This is another story from the past. I added a little bit to it, so it's actually an update of sorts. I've always liked it, even though it's kind of short. My next story is running a little late, so I decided this one could stand in until next time, when I finish the other one.
Fiction writing is proving to be quite time consuming. This one is probably more exaggeration than fiction, but there are elements of both. These events actually happened, but I decided to embellish them a bit. I hope you enjoy it. Gary did. Here we go...
Last time, we saw The Everyday Adventurer in a thrilling encounter with a flock of geese. Here is the king of them all, Gary Gander. How do I know his name? Because I named him. If you have a better one, give it to me.
After the others got tired of me (I know, it's hard to believe.), this lone performer stayed right with me to the end. He followed along as if he were my best friend. He even did a little dance for me, so I would keep the camera on him and him alone. I must say, it worked like a charm. King Gary Gander was the star of the show.
Here he is in the middle of his spectacular Dance of the Golden Goose Egg. No, he didn't do a back flip or anything like that, but he did swing his head from side to side. I would tell more, but you had to be there. He stopped in the middle one time, to admire the big rock behind him. Maybe he thought it was a big goose egg. The size and those edges would have hurt the biggest goose.
Take a bow, Gary.
After a great performance, I think Gary realized he was the star of the show. But was he the only one? ...There was another!
It seems Gary has an evil nemesis! This is Larry the Canada Goose. He has an evil plot to take Gary's territory and his kingdom. Just look at the snobbishly evil look on his face. What an arrogant goose.
After Gary's entertaining antics, I wonder what Larry will come up with. I'm not sure it will be good. So far, all I've seen from Larry are a few drunken brawls in my backyard. I don't know. I just don't know. Bad things are coming, unless Gary can conquer this new interloper.
Long Live King Gary Gander!