Excuse me! This is my Ancestry!

Genre: Humour/Humor

 

© 2015, Barbara W. Beacham

Photo by – © 2015, Barbara W. Beacham

Excuse me! This is my Ancestry!

 

The neighbors were not happy about my choice of yard art, but It’s homage to my Tribal bloodline. Why shouldn’t I display my Great x 1000 Grandfather with his trusty compadre – ‘Strong Buffalo that Nods’ – in my front garden? I really don’t see the harm in it personally.

My ancestor – ‘Clever Eagle that Winks’ – was one of the strongest, bravest and most fearless warriors of his tribe: And I’ll be damned if Ms.Peabody thinks I’m taking him down.

With his sharp eye, he could spear a fish from 100 yards away; unlike nowadays where you can get an already filleted fish from the local supermarket. My heart swells with pride just looking at him.

Knowing one’s roots is important. I think the neighbors are just jealous. After all, can they say one of their ancestors built the biggest Reservation in all of America? I doubt it, and I’m so sure of that, I’ll go as far as to say I’ll bet my last Dime on it!

 

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(apologies!) My 2nd contribution to ‘Monday’s Finish the Story’ excellent photo and story starter prompt. Find, and join in, here! My 1st, and much more sombre, story entry is here 🙂

 

 

 

 

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33 thoughts on “Excuse me! This is my Ancestry!

  1. Nicely done Victoria! I love the names and the history! Thanks for coming back to participate again in the MFtS challenge! I hope to see you back next week! Be well… ^..^

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  2. Your choice of names is priceless. “Clever Eagle that Winks” for a strong, brave, fearless warrior. Haha! Loved this Victoria. I personally think that “Winks” and “Nods” will win the neighborhood battle! 😀

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  3. Love the names!
    It’s important to know your roots, but I wonder what your protagonist is going to stick in their yard next? Whatever it will be, I’m sure Ms Peabody won’t like it 🙂

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