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Date:11/27/2014 10:10:58 PM
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Queen Sunny just finishes touring the castle grounds when she hears the royal time keeper ring the dinner chimes. She realizes that she didn't have any lunch so she hurries to the royal dining room.
In the royal dining room she is greeted by her royal staff and presented with what seems to be the most elegant feast she has ever seen. She is so hungry that she gobbles down every morsel, including dissert.
After dining, Sunny excuses herself and heads for Maxie's fashion party to meet up with her sisters, Calico and Alex.
Just before midnight, Sunny returns to the castle and makes herself ready for the passing of the scepter ceremony at midnight.
She makes her way to the royal throne room where she awaits her successor.
Soon, the door opens and Waddles, the next Bird Of The Day walks into the room and bows to Queen Sunny. Sunny returns the bow and passes the scepter to the new BOTD. Sunny then makes her way out to the main yard of the castle. She sees Popeye waving to her.
"Hey Sunny, I came to give you a ride home". "Wow, you look tired, hey did you take my castle tour? How'd you like the dungeon? I made it pretty scary didn't I".
With that, Sunny walks up to Popeye and punches her right square in the beak.
"No thanks, I'll walk"!


Thank you kindly for your support and votes.
Zippy, praying for Miss Eva

Let me know if you want more of my speeches, then I will return.
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