Adventures of a lead dog
February 7th 2013 11:18 am
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I'd like to thank my pals, Misty, Scooter, Pepper, and Mr. Cutter for the lovely gift on my page which I think is called a flour (flower) de fancy. I've seen it at historical reenactments so it have been around for a long time. It is translated from the French which means "fancy flower". It was worn by knights, kings, queens, ladies in waiting (I have no idea what they were waiting for) and pages although why the pages in a book would want to wear jewelry is beyond my understanding. However, I think the Three Musketeers used to wear it when they were making and eating their candy bars, and as my pals know, anything that involves candy is loved by this dog!!! Thanks for this very special gift. Since it was a Mardi Gras gift, I am pleased to announce that Mommy brought home from paczis yesterday. The stores now have commercialed this Polish doughnut to the point where you can buy them for weeks now, but the best ones around here are still made at a bakery in Hamtramck, MI, which is part of Detroit. Of course, despite my advice, Mommy will not drive for an hour and a half to get some doughnuts no matter how special they are.
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