★Kingdom Quest! ★

  
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Dark Angel- Kryptonite

Krypto-Wanna be- Super Dog
 
 
Barked: Fri May 23, '08 3:42pm PST 
Create your own Kingdom!!! Battle Others,(no rude language or mean words doing battle), and rule!
Pass Laws, Control Problems and more!

Just name your kingdom and build your castles!

Every now and than problems will cross kingdoms!

So lets Begin!

I am Queen of Corgidom!
In the east side of the area!!!

hamster dance
Sam. :)

Kryptonite.-
 
 
Barked: Fri May 23, '08 6:51pm PST 
Well, hello. ;] If Krypto is Queen of Corgidom, I'll be king of Corgidom!laugh out loud Ily, angel, queen baby!cloud 9
HedwigGir- ★

omnomnom
 
 
Barked: Mon May 26, '08 4:44pm PST 
Disease strikes the kingdom of corgidom

King what do we do?

Sam. :)

Kryptonite.-
 
 
Barked: Fri May 30, '08 4:41am PST 
-Sam safely contains the Queen and the royal family in the castle chamber, then goes out to find an apothecary (medicine guy). He finds the apothecary's house, but no one is home. He spends five days searching for the man, then finds him at Hooters. He tells the apothecary his troubles: "Sir, my kingdom has been struck by a very serious disease. Please come see what you can do," -The apothecary nods, and Sam and the Apothecary ride quickly back to the kingdom on pure white stallions. The apothecary examines one of the subjects, and names the disease Huffalumpagus. He cures the kingdom and vaccinates the Queen, Hedwig, Samson, Freckles, Lilly, Jake, and whoever else in their right mind shows up.- -Sam parties-happy dance
Josey Wales

I'll always love- you Dad....
 
 
Barked: Sat Aug 1, '09 4:09pm PST 
I am King of the Seasons so I can just change the seasons!
NOT- Hurricane- Sandy (aka- Thump

Stunned that- Dogster is going- away
 
 
Barked: Wed Aug 5, '09 5:12am PST 
Oh good can you change it back to Spring....it's been way too hot
Kramer

Happiness is- having the love- of a dog
 
 
Barked: Thu Dec 24, '09 5:48am PST 
Wishing you all a very Canine Christmas


Tee Hee
Sheldon

Fashion and- Lifestyle- Reporter
 
 
Barked: Sun Feb 14, '10 7:38am PST 
Morning Everyone

HAPPY VALENTINES DAY

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Sheldon

Fashion and- Lifestyle- Reporter
 
 
Barked: Sat May 1, '10 6:44am PST 
It is a fact that May Day, , is not an overly prominent holiday in America. Yet, it does have a long and notable history as one of the world's principal festivals. The origin of the May Day as a day for celebration dates back to the days, even before the birth of Christ. And like many ancient festivals it has a Pagan connection.

For the Druids , May 1 was the second most important holiday of the year. Because, it was when the festival of Beltane held. It was thought that the day divides the year into half. The other half was to be ended with the Samhain on November 1. Those days the May Day custom was the setting of new fire. It was one of those ancient New Year rites performed throughout the world. And the fire itself was thought to lend life to the springtime sun. Men, with their sweethearts, passed through the smoke for seeing good luck.

Then the Romans came to occupy the British Isles. The beginning of May was a very popular feast time for the Romans. It was devoted primarily to the worship of Flora, the goddess of flowers. It was in her honor a five day celebration, called the Floralia, was held. The five day festival would start from April 28 and end on May 2. The Romans brought in the rituals of the Floralia festival in the British Isles. And gradually the rituals of the Floralia were added to those of the Beltane. And many of today's customs on the May Day bear a stark similarity with those combined traditions.

May day observance was discouraged during the Puritans. Though, it was relived when the Puritans lost power in England, it didn't have the same robust force. Gradually, it came to be regarded more as a day of joy and merriment for the kids, rather than a day of observing the ancient fertility rights.

The tradition of Maypole and greeneries:
By the Middle Ages every English village had its Maypole. The bringing in of the Maypole from the woods was a great occasion and was accompanied by much rejoicing and merrymaking. The Maypoles were of all sizes. And one village would vie with another to show who could produce the tallest Maypole. Maypoles were usually set up for the day in small towns, but in London and the larger towns they were erected permanently.



Maypoles and trees:
Trees have been linked to a part of celebration, perhaps, to the days ancient New Year rites. The association of trees to this celebration has come riding on the back of the spring festival in ancient Europe. Trees have always been the symbol of the great vitality and fertility of nature and were often used at the spring festivals of antiquity.

Roots of May Day celebration in America:
The Puritans frowned on May Day, so the day has never been celebrated with as much enthusiasm in the United States as in Great Britain. But the tradition of celebrating May Day by dancing and singing around a maypole, tied with colorful streamers or ribbons, survived as a part of the English tradition. The kids celebrating the day by moving back and forth around the pole with the the streamers, choosing of May queen, and hanging of May baskets on the doorknobs of folks -- are all the leftovers of the old European traditions.

slightly edited for length


Well it May not be a Maypole but it will do


Hope you all have a great May Day
Sheldon

Fashion and- Lifestyle- Reporter
 
 
Barked: Mon May 31, '10 11:26am PST 
Hoping Everyone has a safe Holiday
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