Surprised to see me back so soon. Well today a group of bloggers are roasting this bird
OOPS! Sorry wrong Bird. We're actually roasting this Bird.
You see today is Cheerfest 2.0. for more details and to check out the Linky List showing all the other bloggers enlisted to give Mr. Bird a good 'basting' you'll have to take a trip to Hawaii and visit Mark Koopmans
Cheerfest has a few rules, and since you all know I would never break the rules (Ha, ha, ha!) let's get started.
FIRST, there are four questions that we are asked to answer with respect to Mr. Arlee Bird:
1. Why did Lee come up with the A-Z Challenge?
I dunno, maybe to make us all (more) crazy!
2. If someone dreams about being a juggler what does it mean?
Maybe that they like to keep all their balls up in the air.
3. Is a post by Mr. Bird worth two in the bush?
Usually I decline answering 'bush' questions but since you asked, a post by Mr. Bird is worth a certain amount of controversy and at least, a partridge in a pear tree.
4. Who would play Lee in a documentary?
Definitely Brad Pitt. I would love to explain my reasoning, but we are only allowed +/- 20 words for each answer, so I'll have to leave it to your imagination.
SECOND, we're supposed to write a piece of FLASH FICTION using the following prompts:.
BIRD JUGGLER CHALLENGE BROWN JACKET TOSSING
Oh, BTW this piece of FLASH FICTION is not supposed to exceed 100 words (HA, ha, ha!)
Well here goes +/- a few 100 words (You know me!).
'It was a cold and stormy night. Absolutely nobody should be on the road on a night like this, let alone this solitary traveler. The wind was whipping and TOSSING his thin BROWN JACKET like some crazed JUGGLER who was somewhat vertically CHALLENGEd. The mournful cry of a night BIRD startled this lone sojourner, so he sought refuge at the first farmhouse where light burst forth from each window.
A firm rap on the door and it flew open to reveal the most beautiful woman our traveler had ever seen. Being a man of humble means he begged shelter in the barn and was granted such. In the middle of the night a soft song was heard...'
Well, I'm over 100 words there, so again you'll have to use your imagination
THIRD, we are supposed to 'caption this picture:
'Another fine, upstanding, young man gone wrong by the evils of circus life.'
Well there you have it. A fine roasting, toasting, roller coasting for that man about town the debonair Mr. Arlee Bird!