The Druid tells the tale

no eyes2Who says A has to be here all the time?

(Um, D, it says so right in the title of the blog.)

(Go back to your writing, woman. You are woefully behind in your word count if you have any intention of completing 50k words by July 31.)

A has been remiss the last few days and has not allowed me the use of this forum to tell the tale, as befitting a Druid of my stature.

What stature is that, you ask?

(Don’t you dare, D. – that is seven years of boring right there. You trained for seven years in lore, genealogy and magic in order to become Arch-Druid of the Grove and you gave it up to be a bard at your lady-love’s hearth).

Well, someone is bitter. Regardless, I feel the need to tell the tale and since she is busy, I get to do it without interference.

I’d tell you to gather round, but what I really wish you to do is visit. Please, visit Pamela of the Year ‘Round Thanksgiving Project and if you have any interest in the fashion world, support a young designer in New York City during New York Fashion Week.

I also want you to pay a call on Briana Vested – she is the Spotlight Blogger at the Legends of Windemere today, and another worthy individual I cannot name.

Furthermore, I beg you – cast your eyes upon this dog’s life. If you haven’t noticed, I have a soft spot for hounds, whether they be baying war dogs or simple pups with a tale to tell.

Finally, stop by the Community Storyboard and enjoy “Self-Portrait” as told by the Electric Purple Prompt winner, Busy Mind Thinking. I found it beautiful and inspiring.

With that, my tale is done. See, it’s not me that makes A long-winded.

Good night!

~ D


Published by Katie Sullivan

Descended of pirates and revolutionaries, Katie Sullivan is a lover and student of all things Irish. Born in the States, she is a dual US/Irish citizen, and studied history and politics at University College, Dublin – although, at the time, she seriously considered switching to law, if only so she could attend lectures at the castle on campus. She lives in Milwaukee with her daughter, two cats and a pesky character in her head named D (but you can call him Dubh). Her first series, The Changelings Saga, a young adult historical fantasy trilogy is available on Amazon. She can be found writing with said character at her blog, The D/A Dialogues.

25 thoughts on “The Druid tells the tale

    1. They really are perfectly acceptable. I do have some pictures of the cat goddesses that rule my house – maybe they should do a guest post while I’m away too! 🙂


      1. Indeed – special is a good word. D was cooped up in my head for so long, I think he’d try to talk to a rock (and claim super-fabulous druid powers or something) if that was the only thing available.


    1. 😀 Well done, Charles!! That took me a second! I think that will have to be a supreme honor, named at our … (thinking) … 100th post. Only 47 more to go!


      1. start making odd posts with one sentence. ‘I had Cheerios for breakfast’, ‘Did I leave the oven on?’, ‘Never dry your socks in the microwave’, etc.

        Patience is not my friend. 😛


      2. Lol!! 🙂 I’m going to quickly devolve into weather reports and cat statuses that way!
        Although, did you know you can get a crumpled dollar bill vending machine ready with a bit of water and a microwave??
        (I can see it now “Helpful Home Tips with D & A”)


      3. I know how you feel – although my bane is snickers. The machine never withholds those, but it does try to deny me rice cakes. I’m suspecting the bloody thing wants me to be plump.


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