The Knights Of The Round Table – A Brief Introduction

Happy Monday my friends!  Given that I have a penchant to talk about, to and with them I considered it only fair to introduce you to the Knights Of The Round Table.  Their loyalty to the kingdom is unmatched, their love unparalleled and their wisdom almost beyond that which we mere mortals can embrace.  I am sure you will hear more about them at some point or another over the course of our times together, so may I present Sirs Archibald and Theodore…

The Round Table…

The Knights defend the castle with nobility and courage from falling leaves, advancing squirrels and the occasional bunny (with the caveat that the bunny must be quite small and not advance).   They nobly entertain the King and our Princes;  and their devotion is inestimable (especially for their handmaiden…er…handmatron…look, I can’t be the Queen, there’s way too much testosterone around here, and besides I don’t think the Queen cooks, so you’ll have to excuse the hierarchical departure), and their lessons so universal they need not be taught in English.

I take your leave so I may provide them with their morning meal.  Then I will enjoy some highly caffeinated beverage before I post any further entries.   The joy of the morning to you all!

12 thoughts on “The Knights Of The Round Table – A Brief Introduction

  1. Ohhhh magosh, they are *so* cute and I dare say they look like they’ve got it all in hand! Thx for starting my day with some good ole fashion “puppy love,” Mimi. I look forward to seeing more of you merry band….

    • Thank you!! They are pretty darn cute, and they get away with more than I can tell you (I’m sure that doesn’t surprise you at all)…I promised them I would find a way to make up for that ‘cat’ picture..:-)

    • The Knights are chivalrous if nothing else…They greet all visitors with grace. Of course, should your cat advance…well, then the knights will be under the bed. Your cat will undoubtedly emerge victorious..:-)

  2. Awww….they are so adorable. Reminds me of the days with my doggie ‘Whisky’ whom I got home when she was barely 2 months by literally sneaking her in a train journey. She could get away with anything by simply fluttering her eyes. She will soon be turning 18 and my pulse races up each time my dad tells me that she is sleeping after her meal… 😦

    • Wow, 18 – we have never been fortunate enough to get past 12, but I think Teddy will probably surpass that. It is so wonderful to have them with you as long as possible, but each day brings increased anxiety too. I totally get it..kisses on the nose to your Whiskey girl..

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    • Thank you for mentioning me…but my earlier response is clearly the more relevant…Dogs are our family, our confidants, our buddies and sometimes even our mindreaders…Mine are telepathically telling me it’s time for them to eat. 🙂

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