It’s The Little Ones

It was a quiet afternoon. Ay wandered about thinking over his options, like where to go and what to do. Little things. The morning had already been filled with the usual mercenary type assignments (dailys), and another drawn out round of Tol Barad. It certainly was time for some peace and quiet. Or so he thought.

Children’s Week.  Seemed like just what he needed. Bonding with some of the war orphans. Cute little things. That unassuming little orc child appeared to be a quiet type. Hmmmm? You want to take a ride on that red rocket? No problem. Until he went button-pushing-crazy! That rocket was all over everywhere except its’ track. And to top things off, the little squirt EJECTED me! Left me stranded on the track in nowheresville.

Taking the child for a ride.

Red Rocket Ride

He just dumped my Tauren rear!


So much for extending kindness. The little guy ran me around a bit more after that. But in the end, he had to return to his matron for safe keeping, at least for a day or two while I rest up. He was appreciative though, I’ll give him that much.

Hmmm? The kid or the pig? Let's go Mr. Wiggles.

Mr. Wiggles

After that, it was off to Outland for visiting day there. The frail blood elf girl seemed much more harmless.  Besides wanting to see real dragons, her main goal was to become a rock star. Otherwise, the visit turned out fairly well and involved a lot of world travel to appease her. Her appreciation came in the form of:

it soooo cute!


Tired from the journey.

It likes to sleep quite often!

Oh, and she did learn not to get into the fire while visiting the Throne of the Elements. And the keepers of time in the caverans….well…..the guards didn’t quite take to her but the big guy saved her skin. Not sure what all’s up with that situation. Got her a model dragon and we took our leave. Quickly.

End of the day now. Time for “Lucky Bird” to impart his wisdom before we call it a night.

imparting his wisdom

"Lucky Bird"

Ay was ready to turn in for the night. It was time for some real rest.

We certainly hope your day went well. And, don’t spoil those children! At least not too much.

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. tomeoftheancient
    May 01, 2012 @ 12:04:20

    Those kids go a little wild once they’re out, I guess it’s a reaction to being cooped up with that Matron all year!

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