The Official Writing Challenge
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Hehehe, that was cute. I thought the "I" tossed in there messed the flow up a little, but good story!
03/15/06
I wonder if this writer really does raise llamas! You've sure given them personality plus through your writing - well done!
03/15/06
hmmmm... there may be more than one reason George prefers the llama-next-door.
03/15/06
Whoa (is that what one says to a llama?), but this is way beyond clever. How late did you stay up to write this. VERY good.
03/16/06
This must be written by a former Llama dad! One who understands their whims and ways well. Love the perspective and lessons along the way - smiles and affection to these personality laden beasts!
Very clever! A fun, yet educational read. Good job!
03/16/06
Ah Ruby, the Empress of Pouff! You've captured her personality perfectly, David!
Well done!

Blessings ...

Dori
03/16/06
Absolutely adorable.
03/16/06
'And so Princess Ruby Llama got her whim, and Mr. George Llama got a quiet day grazing in the sun.'
And meanwhile, in the world of men, some poor bloke had to round then up. :-) Very engaging read.
03/17/06
As we say in Britain, this is the 'bees knees' (which is a compliment)!
03/17/06
Cute read! I agree with an earlier comment that the addition of "I" broke the flow. Perhaps a fictional character looking on would fit a bit better. Wonderful ending; kept very well with the 'to be continued' idea.
03/17/06
Tooooo funny! I could just see this done as a cartoon LOL