Wednesday, June 20, 2012

The Chamberlains are Growing Up

And they are becoming a wee bit more reliable in the performance of their duties. Because of this, we are able to make contact with more of the common people who dwell in the Land of Hagg.

{To be read in your most arrogant British accent.  It will help you if you tilt your head back and look down your snoot.}
by Nessie the Monster, Duchess of Hagg

The Royalty of Hagg have always wanted to make it a priority to regularly meet with the Commoners.  We like to stay in touch with their needs and we feel compassion on their role in our much loved Land.  Were it not for the Commoners, we Royalty would not be needed, of course.  Therefore, we think it necessary to humble ourselves to meet with them as often as our schedule {pronounced sheh'dule} allows.  You may think of us as 'upper crusty' or dis-engaged, but let me assure you that some of the Commoners we meet are quite intoxicating!  Just look at this one!

Harry with a Mohawk

Meet Harry.  Harry lives in a part of the Land of Hagg called Alabama.  He is known to his friends as 'Dirty Harry'.  It is yet to be determined if it is his mind or his body that is dirty.  Me-thinks perchance, it is a bit of both.  Harry has a servant who cares for him.  She has opened her own business in his name.  Yes.  You can easily see where I'm going with this. ....It is 'Dirty Hairy Dog Wash'.  Harry's servant was recently complaining to our staff that Harry is a"spaz" and is always doing something to get himself dirty.  He has such a lot of energy (quite frankly,  he does sound an awful lot like Lady McKenzie) that we suggested she try the amazing bicycle attachment that we use and love at the Palace.  My Chamberlains just love running on this leash.  The servant loves it too as she does not often have to pedal!

Lady 'Kenzie McFrenzie running her bike.

Here are some pictures of 'Dirty Harry' trying the BTL for the first time!  I'm told that he loves it so much that he wakes his servant very early every morning and before she can have a wee cuppa tea, they are out the door and running the bike down the road.  We are glad to have been able to help out the Commoners in our great Mythical Land of Hagg.  You GO Harry!  Thanks for letting us spend time with you!

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