This blog is one of the most fun things I do in my day. I take pride in each post and carefully research images and take time to make sure I have material─except when I don't.
I usually have a stock pile in case things get crazy, go hay-wire, go off the rails or some such. But I reached the time limit before I could do more.
Please accept my humble apology as my schedule has been running me thin. Paltry excuses do not create reviews or stories so I don't give them. Excuses are like belly buttons. Every one's got one on hand and... after the first one they are fairly useless.
But I can tell you that I'm going to take the time to build another stock pile and start delivering blogs again in October.
Don't be sad, this is the perfect time to re-read any one of my internet stories I have for you. Or take a look around and see how the blog has emerged from its silly beginnings. It's been going for seven years now and it's seen lots of changes.
Until next time! Happy reading!
A not-so-brave knight is on a quest for Fame and Fortune - legend says rescuing a princess is the way to go. And in those same fairy tales, there's only one way to slay the dragon that hold the fair lady captive: find the invincible sword. To reach his goal, the knight is ready to go far. Maybe even as far as 850 meters...
Hilarious Medieval Adventure CG Animated Short blew me away! Not only is the artwork amazing and award worthy, the story had me in stitches every second.
It goes through many tropes and has noble references to some of our favorite movies, pop culture and historical figures.
The Last Unicorn
and (some what) Aladdin
*if the carpet ride was terrifying instead of romantic
But the references were not in my face until I noticed the Teletubbie. Thank you Thuristar & Lunanime for this would-be famous knight!
This 15 minute short deserves your attention.
I know it will give you a laugh.