Monday, 23 December 2013

Stories of the Order - Nessie

The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo is an unusual group of individuals who have been on Earth probably longer than humans. They know far more about everything on the Earth human or not. The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo tries to get along with everyone and everything if they can help it. During an early exploratory expedition in the Scotland Highlands they came across a big lake, they decided to stop and take a break. They admired the beautiful lake and the beauty surrounding it.

The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo looked around taking it all in. They loved nature and everything it had to offer. But there peaceful moment was interrupted by a big splash in the center of the lake and this huge creäture jumped out. The Order stood and looked at her. They spoke to each other telepathically. She tells them her name was Nessie. She was the last of her kind. She was lonely. They chatted for a bit. Then The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo said their farewells and they left.

Little did the Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo know they had a shadow. When they returned home a guess returned home there was Nessie. Nessie had followed them all this way. They told her she couldn't stay. But as soon as they said it her face crumpled and she started to shed big tears. There aren't too many things that can move the Order. However, watching this big creäture cry in front of them made them cave in. They built Nessie a private lake on their property. And they kept her. Every year they return the Scotland Highland with Nessie on vacation. Any sighting a human has ever seen was on an annual vacation the Order takes with Nessie. There is a reason the sightings are rare.

11 comments:

  1. They hide her away at their bay

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  2. The order's far kinder than humans are. I'm sure we'd just shoot her and mount her on a wall somewhere.

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  3. She probably liked having someone to communicate with her. Nice of them to take her in as their own. :)

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  4. ha. pretty cool explanation for the rare sightings...and pretty cool how her tears moved them....

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  5. I'm here today to wish you a Merry Christmas. :)

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  6. Nice story.... I've taken dogs in, a few cats but never a Nessie.
    Wishing you a very Merry Christmas.
    Sending along love and peace.

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  7. Nice to hear The Order has a soft side :)

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  8. That explains it. Seems the Order likes Nessies better than humans. ;0)

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