The Confused Queen

Here she is, folks, the (dreaded) COnfused Queen, with her ™ lovely white dress — the full-length formal one with the four pink roses on the bodice, and the wide, layered collar. Her pretty, smiling face belies her unkind intentions. The throne she rides, so highly and mightily, was constructed by a ragtag band of tiny humans and faeries.

Here, one of her giant-human minions places The COnfused Queen on the newly constructed throne. Another giant-human minion in the foreground whips at the masses to keep them back from the procession. The builders of the throne, that motley crew of little-humans and faeries, hang bound and gagged in the background — this is the thanks they are getting from The COnfused Queen.

These poor little people and faeries hung thusly throughout the whole throne-setting ceremony. Not to worry, though. Immediately afterward, their giant-human friends, Bella and Xideka, came to rescue them all. Whew…

Just wanted to share that tender piece of parenting goodness with all of you. Ain’t it sweet? I should say, the COnfused Queen later came to her senses, and realized that she was only treating these little-humans and faeries unkindly because she had been mistreated when she was young. The tortured workers ended up helping the Queen by empathizing with her.

(If you’re confused by the “confused” part of the Queen’s title, refer here.)

Be well.



P.S. That capitalized O each time in “COnfused…” — it’s not a typo, it’s a special effect!

About Nathan M McTague, CPCC, CPDPE

I am a full-time parent of three, Writer, Life Coach, Lecturer, Parenting Mentor, and Shamanic Practitioner. In all of the above, I am seeking to assist my fellow humans in their processes of claiming and unleashing their highest potentials.
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1 Response to The Confused Queen

  1. Amy McGregor says:

    I witnessed these tiny people and faeries at the bfly the other day all hung up from well-constructed nooses by their necks. When I inquired to Bella what was the crime that warranted these violent death sentences she replied, “Well… we just like to torture our dolls.” These girls slay me with their amazingness!!!


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