Saturday, August 19, 2006

Want to hear a fairy tale?

Then go here: TALES FROM JERUSALEM NEW YORK.

It is an enchanting tale of a princess and a dragon. Hope that you enjoy it. I know I did!

20 comments:

Doug said...

Hey! Thanks!

I actually came back to see if I completely misread your last post. That judgement awaits.

G said...

No - thanks to you!

I came back to see the same thing.

brian said...

What a wonderful story about a wonderful family and a very special young lady.

Yes, that is me under the hat.

mireille said...

It was WONDERFUL! xoxo

G said...

Glad you could hear it! Wow there he is folks - hat and all! Good for you - on your new avatar. Enjoy getting around.

Mireille - Wasn't it? I so enjoyed it, least of all because my little dragon slayer was featured. We loved it.

Miz BoheMia said...

YAY for Tali! Now I now who to turn to for help! FO SHO!

Beautiful story for a sweet little girl and her proud and amazing and loving mama!

Pavel said...

Oh my gosh! That was SO GREAT! Yay Tali!!!

brian said...

Thanks GQ,

I hope you had a great time at the park.

*Sniffs* Do I smell stew? Not until Wednesday!

Kyahgirl said...

Hi g-I will have to catch up over the next week or so but wanted to drop by and say hello.
big hugs,
Laura

neva said...

um...er...ah.... i don't know why it didn't occur to me that you'd put something up here, but well... er... uh... LOOK! is that something SHINEY ?!!

you already know how much i adored Doug's latest Tall Tale... i'm so happy to know Tali and Julian did, too! Beautiful Tali, "star" of her own charming Story... and so young, too... xox

G said...

MizB: Who knew? A drager slayer right under my roof! Actually, you're right, I am the proud mama - nothing would surprise me that she does. Thank you dear amiga.

Pavel: Yay! Tali 1 - Dragons 0

Brian: Thanks - we did.

Kyah! So nice to see you - hope that you're having a wonderful summer. May I say welcome back?

Neva: Something shiney?!! Where? Stop. This was just a diverter incase anybody stopped by. I know that you did. It was a lot of fun. Thank G-d she's levelheaded.

xox

FelineFrisky said...

Loved the tale! It provoked vivid images of childhood dreams. Great job, Doug! Thanks. D

actonbell said...

That is a mighty fine story!

Minka said...

I dowloaded Mozilla Firefox and now I can hear Doug´s stories as well.
Did you ever mention in a post how the name Tali came about. If so, I would love to read it!
Doug can make people feel special, doesnæt he?

G said...

Yes it was a great story. Doug is a master.

FF: Congrats on your new blog, I'm sort of running out the door but I'll get over for a visit.

Actonbell - Have a great Sunday.

Minka: Good for you, it's nice to hear the stories. If I were half a linker, I'd put it here, but there is a post: 5/31/06 "Talk About our Relationship" that discusses the meaning of Tali's name.

Have a great remaining weekend, need to get the flock out of here.

weirsdo said...

Good job, Doug.
But I think she should have practiced up there in the tower. Then she could have soothed the savage breast of the dragon with music.

G said...

Weirsdo: So if she plays her scales, no need to slay them? Yet another spin, I like it.

Doug said...

I'm a scale cleaver myself.

Minka said...

Found it and it was so worth it. And now I also remembered about Julian as well.
I am slow, but I get there eventually;)

G said...

Doug - I bet you say that to all the girls.

Minka - So glad and thank you. You're talking to someone who is accustomed to the occassional anvil falling on her head.