Thursday, August 27, 2009

the historic record

Being assigned the role as the chronicler of events upon tummy mountain, it is my task to use whatever methods required to document the little ones for the accuracy of the historic record. In much the same way as historians, archaeologists and etymologists use not only the finest research libraries available, they will also record the spoken word, document cave paintings, and even sift through the remains of lost settlements in the noble search for understanding of not only the past, but our present as well. In this same way I discovered that an event had occurred on tummy mountain and had been recorded for posterity by The Smallest of All upon a balloon.

From examining the artifact I gather there had been a stampede of ponies on tummy mountain.


Catwoman said...

That is way too cute. These things definately must be presevered. Love your work and your lovely children :)

TummyMountain said...

Thank you Catwoman for your supportive words and encouragement for me to keep being a stickler for accuracy.

marry said...

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TummyMountain said...

Thank you Marry, we take our topics very seriously here on tummy mountain. I would not want to lead the reader astray.