The Hidden Almanac

The Hidden Almanac

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The Hidden Almanac for 2014-06-06

Today we remember the hummingbirds and the zeppelin. We also remember the barista Emma McLaughlin, and the deposition of a corgi. It is the Feast Day of St. Chaski, and in the garden, there is a cat.

Be Safe, and Stay Out of Trouble.

3 Responses to The Hidden Almanac for 2014-06-06

  1. I am suddenly consumed with a desire to know how the current (presumably human) ruling family came to power, and how the residents at the time felt about it. Whom did they depose?

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    • Apparently, after the Wooden Penguin’s demise from carpenter ants (which is believed by some to have been a Loyalist plot), a troupe of traveling entertainers claimed to have harbored the True Corgi; unfortunately, His Majesty was said to have succumbed to irreparable moth damage during his exile. However, they produced as evidence some relics of the Royal Stuffing, and proposed to construct a Puppet Government around it.

      The citizenry finally decided that, in the words of their spokesperson,’this was just getting too bloody silly’, and gave the throne to a local bookseller with a particularly impressive beard. [email protected]=Q

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      • To this day, though, some die-hard Corgians maintain that the King still resides in a cedar chest in an unknown location, and will arise one glorious day to sweep away the usurpers and claim his own… [email protected]=Q

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