Mimi Writes....... This is a weekly writing experiment for fun.
I have decided to journal my thoughts about my time in the Queen's Dungeon. The Queen thought it best if I were to spend some time in solitary confinement. I must tell you it has been most difficult living in the Dungeon. It is cold, dark and damp. The Queen has been so kind as to finally give me a mattress, some cheese and crackers, and Homer, the palace dog, ordered in pizza.
It is very lonely down here and I am embracing my new little friends, the mice. While though they scare me to death, we have come to an amicable agreement. If they don't bother me, I will share my food with them. We are working on something more sinister though I can not disclose the nature of the talks. At first, all mouse leaders were present, then one by one they left after a very long and boring speaker. In fact there were two really crazy mice trying to vent to the rest of the mouse world. They had a lot of issues.
Of course, I being the smarter of the two groups told them to behave or they would find themselves in a ditty. I hate to resort to violence, but I have two very effective mouse traps to persuade them to see my point of view.
There is a little light shining through the Dungeon walls. I have been in contact with the group, Prisoners Without Representation and the AARB, the American Association of Retired Bloggers. Next I will contact the Deptarment Of Humane Treatment Of Dungeon Prisoners. I hear that the President is trying to negotiate my release. No... no... not Bill! Please send George Clooney or Brad Pitt, just not Clinton!
I need to close for now before I get in more trouble with the Queen. I have been working on my book and Stephen King wants to do a movie about the Dungeon and The Queen.