This extremely rare breed of white mongrel can only be seen in the early morning hours in Italian Gardens. It creeps up on the exotic plants, gets down on it’s forelegs and stares for a brief nano-second before it springs into action! It’s massive jaws tear into the wood and hastily transforms the lovely sculptured tree into a tiny stump of wood. Then the chalky white form fades back into the ancient stone steps of the garden until the next time! This creature can be seen in the UK at Hever Castle, the childhood home of Anne Boleyn. Its a once in a life time experience!
This is my post for JustJotItJanuary! It sounded like fun and one can never have enough challenges! This is a blog challenge where we are to write/post something for each day in January. Today’s prompt is Mongrel! It is brought to you by Geoff of TanGentle. Please stop by and say a mongrel hello to him at https://geofflepard.com/