In the Land Of Cee!

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Hidey-Ho fellow bloggers and readers! We have come once again to the land of Cee.  I come to the land of Cee (which is also known as Portland Oregon by those who don’t know better) once a week to mine for great questions with which I can build strong blogs. This week I found five.

Cee asks:

What is your most favorite smell/scent?

My favorite smell is pine in the spring. I once took a trip to Texas and was gone from my home state of Massachusetts for nearly a month. When I drove back across the border from New York the first thing I smelled was the fresh pine scent of the Berkshires.

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How do you write: computer, longhand or other?

I used to write exclusively longhand but over the years computer has become my favorite mode of writing.

Your favorite blog post that you have written? (add link)

Oh boy I have to choose just one? I guess this one sticks out in my memory as my most recent favorite.

http://wp.me/p39vIx-Xt

What’s one of your favorite books from childhood?

Again! I have to choose just one? I guess I would say my favorite book was a child’s anthology and my favorite story in it was “The Giant Thunderbones”

I
This is Giant
Thunder Bones.

II
This is the Dwarf with anxious looks
Who guarded the castle and kept the books
For Giant Thunder Bones.

III
This is the Gnome with beard so gray
Who digged for gems all night and day
To please the Dwarf with anxious looks
Who guarded the castle and kept the books
For Giant Thunder Bones.

IV
This is the Princess of Wandeltreg
Who, while playing a game of Mumblepeg,
Was caught by the Gnome with beard so gray
Who digged for gems all night and day
To please the Dwarf with anxious looks
Who guarded the castle and kept the books
For Giant Thunder Bones.

V
This is the Prince so brave and so grand
Who sailed over sea and rode over land
Till he found the Princess of Wandeltreg
Who, while playing a game of Mumblepeg,
Was caught by the Gnome with beard so gray
Who digged for gems all night and day
To please the Dwarf with anxious looks
Who guarded the castle and kept the books
For Giant Thunder Bones.

VI
This is the Goblin with fingers so frail
Who hopped with ease over mountain and dale
As he chased the Prince so brave and so grand
Who sailed over sea and rode over land
Till he found the Princess of Wandeltreg
Who, while playing a game of Mumblepeg,
Was caught by the Gnome with beard so gray
Who digged for gems all night and day
To please the Dwarf with anxious looks
Who guarded the castle and kept the books
For Giant Thunder Bones.

VII
This is the Witch with Broomstick and Cat
Who sputtered and snarled and shook her tall hat
When she missed the Goblin with fingers so frail
Who hopped with ease over mountain and dale
As he chased the Prince so brave and so grand
Who sailed over sea and rode over land
Till he found the Princess of Wandeltreg
Who, while playing a game of Mumblepeg,
Was caught by the Gnome with beard so gray
Who digged for gems all night and day
To please the Dwarf with anxious looks
Who guarded the castle and kept the books
For Giant Thunder Bones.

VIII
And last comes the Kobold who slept while ’twas light
And did all the housework in the dead of the night
To worry the Witch with Broomstick and Cat
Who sputtered and snarled and shook her tall hat
When she missed the Goblin with fingers so frail
Who hopped with ease over mountain and dale
As he chased the Prince so brave and so grand
Who sailed over sea and rode over land
Till he found the Princess of Wandeltreg
Who, while playing a game of Mumblepeg,
Was caught by the Gnome with beard so gray
Who digged for gems all night and day
To please the Dwarf with anxious looks
Who guarded the castle and kept the books
For Giant Thunder Bones.

Stella Doughty.

 

Bonus question:  What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?

I am grateful for a wonderful group of people gathering with me on Thursday nights to pursue the knowledge of Jesus. I am looking forward to getting together with them this Thursday night for another session of “Turbo-Follow.”

Many other people travel to the land of Cee to mine their own questions and answers. You can find their discoveries by going to

http://ceenphotography.com/2014/03/24/share-your-world-2014-week-12/

9 thoughts on “In the Land Of Cee!

  1. I really like the picture of pine trees especially it’s snowing there. 🙂 It’s also good that you gather with a group of people trying to follow the Straight Path, wonderful. 🙂

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