Hello, Benjamin from Brother’s Campfire here!
With hobbys like mine, I can forevermore be a child. I have been hard at work building a pond with the ducks.
I recently shoveled out the muck and dug a deeper hole for myself, reflecting some aspects of my personal and professional life.
My Beloved, in all of her grandeur, made me my favorite cup of tea, Bengal Spice, a favorite of my late Grandmother. It was a wonderful respite from my work.
My Beloved is working tremendously hard on her business and does not have time to play in the mud. Her persuits are much more refined than this uneducated rifraf.
In addition to her business, she has been working on decorating the living room. Here is a photo of her handiwork. I am quite proud of her.
Upon conclusion of work and I went inside and was promptly turned away.
My dirty gardening clothes were rejected and I was ejected from my living quarters here on the estate. I was compelled (forced) into manually laundering my clothing outside.
I must say that all attempts at rebuttal were rejected with logic.
I am very thankful for the presence of a wash machine as the prior processing of pantaloons would have been unpleasant.
Perseverance in promoting and preening my platypus looking pluckers will undoubtedly profit with the prominent chance of a panful of the palatable.
That means if I take good care of my ducks, I may get some eggs before you know it.
Well, all my work was necessary for the present. You see, I have a family member who has turned one this year and Willow Manor was more than pleased to host a get together around Brother’s Campfire. Deenie, a local celebrity provided live entertainment and played the guitar for the event.
A large group attended the party and my Beloved was an excellent hostess if I must say so myself.
The function went well. To me that means there was food and no arguments that led to physical altercations. Those kind of functions raise my blood pressure.
For those of you that like to hear about the local celebrity gossip, here are a few who attended.
Overall, the turnout of these upstanding members of the community were a warm welcome to the celebration of one year of life. Soon, we will have S’more.