Monday, July 29, 2013

Sir Henry and Sir Zachary

Sir Henry
Henry: "Momma, look at me with the big sword."

It's a Mythic Sword.

Sir Henry
Henry: "Wow"

Sir Henry
Henry: "That makes me Sir Henry!"

Dog Blog Post #1128

The boys, looking rather regal with their Straight sword, hewn from Mythic Metal.

Really, really mythic - like Unobtainium or maybe even Illudium.

Photography Assignment

Our Daily Challenge - July 29, 2013 - "Straight"

Daily Dog Challenge "637. Mythic Metal"

Sir Zachary
Zachary: "But I want to be a Sir."
You've always been Sir Zachary, to me.

Sir Zachary
Zachary: "Aw-shucks"

Sir Zachary
Zachary: "Sir Zachary. Has a nice ring to it, don't you think?"


Yup - raided Son's room again looking for props.

I believe we picked this beauty up when the first Lord of the Rings came out (~2001) and it's just as sturdy and solid as it looks.

(What the heck were we thinking???)

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Bongo said...

I've never been Sir anything. Maybe I should dig up a sword. I wonder if there's one buried around here somewhere.

Unknown said...

Wow you are now Sirs. Have a terrific Tuesday honourable sirs.
Best wishes Molly

Unknown said...

All you need now is Guinevere and a Round Table! :) Have a great Tuesday Sir Z and Sir H.

GOOSE said...

Did you know that my full name is Sir King Goose the III? Yep says so right on the papers MOM has for me. But truth be told I like being just Goose.

houndstooth said...

Okay, I freely admit it, I have major sword envy! Those shots are fantastic!

Flea said...

BOL! My boy has a collection of swords and knives. Only the knives are sharp. Isn't it fun? Sir Henry has a nice ring to it.

Anonymous said...

Yes, now you need to walk around demanding to called Sir!

Sage said...

That is a mighty sword, Gentlemen (seems that's the plural of Sir :) ). My Toby was also a Sir (Sir Pantsalot) and would have welcomed you into his realm. The more the merrier, he would have said.

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