Sillybillywillyninny

Silliness – my sacred angel muse. You always bring me out of gloom and into smiling with all my cells. Here is one of many many many I have written. If i get more than three likes there will be more 🙂

 

Twinkle, twinkle, little Tsar

Little Nikolaj of the House of Romanov had a very sober mama, and the upbringing was English – so there was not so much twinkle in Nik’s early days. Maybe because of that, Nik felt a deep urge to decorate his horses with medals and jewelry he borrowed from his family members. One day his father Alexander caught him in the act of adorning his horse Freakin Awesome with Grand Cross of Unrelented Victory and with the blue diamond-necklace Tatarataaa from his grand grandmother. Or somebody. Alexander immediately understood the little boy’s need for bling and twinkle, and actually shed a tear or two, since he had had the same urge as a boy. So he simply removed the jewelry from Freakin and hang them on his son. Just this one time twinkle twinkle big time it was, and father and son bonded deeply.

1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Mona Gustafson Affinito
    Apr 17, 2016 @ 16:25:42

    Cute and clever. Smiles

    Reply

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