Cauli Le Chat

Cauli Le Chat
Cauli Le Chat, MPL Roving Reporter

Friday, March 18, 2011

Chicksoons Find Knight in Shining Armor

The Babies, a.k.a. the soon-to-be chicks in their eggs ("chicksoons"), have found their protector.

Knight in Shining Armor
(Standing Guard in MPL Youth Services)
Reading With Broadway Gal
(From the MPL Video, Librarians Do Taio Cruz [2010])

While dropping off a rough draft of another blog at the Library, I discovered that the Knight in Shining Armor, who stands guard in the Youth Services Department, had wandered next to the YS Information Desk, directly in front of the area in which the incubator (and the eggs/chicksoons) is operating. Click the picture below to read the inserted text (should work, but I make no guarantees):

Knight Takes Up a Defensive Position
by the Youth Services Info Desk
("No Harm Shall Pass!")

You can't see it, but I know that knight has a broadsword in a scabbard, probably behind his back.  Even slobberdogs know that swords are double-edged, sharp, pointed, and potentially nasty if you're on the receiving end. Looks like that knight is ready to protect the chicksoons from any foul (or fowl?) play.  (Sorry--bad pun.)

I may need to send one of my special feline correspondents to continue coverage of this story for my loyal readers.  Hey, Harley ("Jimmy Olsen"), I've got the perfect story for our top "cub" reporter.

I'm No Fool When It Comes To Swordplay,

Cauli Le Chat
MPL Roving Reporter
Medieval News Beat

P.S.  Enjoy this 1973 video of Gladys Knight & the Pips singing "Midnight Train to Georgia."


  1. See Cauli! We are well guarded!

  2. Broadway Gal,

    That K.I.S.A. (Knight in Shining Armor) has to go to the bathroom sometime.


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