I Can Still Roar!
Alfie had just stood up and dusted himself down, when out the corner of his eye he saw a pillow begin to move.
It zig-zagged away for about half a metre before Fox put his foot in its path to stop it..
"Rooaarrr!" squeaked a little voice.
"Pardon", said Fox,
"I said Rooaarr!"
"A talking pillow!", exclaimed Alfie!
"Don't be silly", I said, "Pillows can't talk, never mind roar!"
I turned over the pillow, and there, blinking up at us was the tiniest little T-rex you ever did see!
"T-rex! Oh buddy, what did the 'Image Thieves' do to you? You look so...so"
"Tiny!" squeaked T-rex. "They shrinkified me!"
"Oh no", said Alfie.
T-rex shrilled, "Not only that, but they piximillated me..i'm..blurrificated!" his head lowered, "What shall I ever do? You know me, I love to work out to be big and strong! Isn't it me that always says 'Good News It's Leg Day!'?"
"Don't worry T-rex", I said. "We'll find a way of getting you back to full size, I promise!"
Fox piped up, "You can snuggle down in my bobble hat on our journey home!"
Alfie added, "You know T-rex, it doesn't matter what size you are, it's how big your heart is that counts!"
What T-rex meant by 'shrinkified', 'piximillated', and 'blurrificated' is that, yet again, the 'Image Thieves' had stolen one little 72pixel per inch picture from my Zazzle store, so when they tried to enlarge his image to full size for selling on Amazon, then the image would go all blurry..there would not be enough information in the file! Of course the customer would only see a small image on the Amazon site, so they wouldn't know the image would turn out so poorly when made.
If you'd like to see T-rex in all his majestic glory, then click on the buttons below - and when you get to the page he's on..give him a little roar to show him your support!
Thanks for joining us on our little adventure..hopefully only a couple more friends to rescue before we can return home to put our feet up and drink hot chocolate!
Whit's he up tae noo?
The blog posts of David Brodie, a Scottish artist based near Glasgow.