For my Prince Charming!
Traveling in Kanela's kingdom, one often encounters the good-natured, but not so bright anthropomorphic species known as humans. That statement is not redundant, it's funny!
For example, Bachelorette Ali was devastated by Frank's betrayal at the 11th hour. Didn't Ali do the exact sudden departure thing to bachelor Jake? And didn't Vienna morph into a sub-human species? Or was Jake too stupid to see early signs of not so brightness? Gawrsh! Reality TV shows are goofy. Kanela only watches them so she can write funny stuff.
Sign at our local YMCA: Dulcimer lessons coming soon. I don't mean to knock our Y or the Appalachian people, but when was the last time you said to yourself, "Golly, I wish I knew how to play the dulcimer"? But then again, our little valley doesn't even have a movie theater, so "stay tuned" for a later report on Dulcimer Lesson #1.
Irresponsible owners of decorative flags hold a special place in Kanela's Divine Comedy: an epic poem without much depth! Allegorically speaking, these self-indulgent flagsters should not be forcing St. Patrick's Day on the unsuspecting public on the day after Valentine's Day. February is a red month; green should not appear until March. And all the other holiday flags should, by royal decree, only appear in their holiday month. These Type A homeowners are committing the sin of premature celebration. As a form of poetic justice, I often leave a copy of Dante's Divine Comedy on their doorstep with an inscription that reveals the ending. They often tell me to go to Inferno! In my best Goofy imitation, I reply, "Ah-hyuck!"
In conclusion, some people see dead people and some people see shapes in the clouds. But my Prince Charming created a magical commute for me between our castle and work. He broke the spell of boredom with a kiss and a Goofy living sculpture using only his imagination. No matter the season, Goofy makes me smile every morning and afternoon. Life is good. And we lived happily ever after. The end.
Send a Goofy shout out, " Yaaaaaaa-hoo-hoo-hoo-hooey!" to Kanela, aka Snow White @ sandraseeley.com. Leave a goofy comment. Just so you know, Prince C. and I are practicing some hilarious spells for non-commenters.
Goofy really is anthropomorphic.