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Queen Lucky, Queen for a Day part two.
the grounds. Which would you like to see first?” “Oooo, let’s see the grounds.”
King Duty summoned his royal carriage and horsemen and we were off to see the grounds and the surrounding woods. I was in awe at the beauty of the countryside. As we passed through all the small villages, the birdies stood and cheered and threw flowers. It was amazing.
We stopped and had a lovely lunch of fresh fruit by a little lake and then it was time to head back to the castle. King Duty said that he wanted me to see the royal observatory that Popeye had build when she was BOTW. So, back to the castle, we went.

After taking Popeye’s Holographic tour of the castle (except for dungeon) and spending a few hours at the observatory, I was led to my chambers to get ready for dinner with King Duty.
Words cannot describe the feast that was served to us. Think of the most wonderful meal you have ever had and multiply it by one million. That will only begin to describe the feast. I was so full that I could hardly move but King Duty told me that I had to return to my chambers to get ready to the ceremony at midnight. I asked, “What Ceremony?” Kind Duty told me that at midnight, I would be crowning the next BOTD. Holy Cow! Me? Do that? Duty told me that my staff would help me prepare, so off to my chambers I went.
A few minutes before midnight, my staff came and escorted my to the royal meeting room, the same room I was in the night before. There before me, stood the next BOTD, Audie. I stepped up on to the platform and spoke:
“Bird of the Day Audie-Step forward”. Audie stepped forward and kneeled before me as I held the Royal Scepter and continued; “Audie, this scepter represents the royal honor bestowed upon you by your friends, of Bird of the Day. By royal proclamation, I, Queen Lucky, pass this Royal Scepter to you and declare you King Audie, Bird of the Day. King Audie stood up and accepted the Royal Scepter from me and I kneeled and bowed to King Audie.
There, you have my day as your Queen. But before I end my story, I would like to express my say how happy I am to have found so many wonderful friends here on the BC. This was the most wonderful day of my life and I love you all dearly.
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