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Mrs. Humpty Dumpty... She's the "real" victim of his fall...
"Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall"
We've all heard that Nursery Rhyme.
Yes, Humpty couldn't be put back together again.
But lets stop and think, who is the real victim of Humpty Dumpty's fall?
Why it's Mrs. Dumpty and all the little dumpty's (eggs if you will).
Did anyone ever stop and think about Humpty's better half?
No, I didn't think so!
Poor Mrs. Dumpty sat on that fateful wall looking down on the mess
that used to be her husband, "Tsk Tsk" she thought.
All the Kings horses and All the Kings men noticed a small smile creeping upon Mrs. Dumpty's lips.
Is that a smirk or a smile? Is there a possibility of foul play?
Could he may have been pushed or nudged just a little?
Well, that would lead us into quite a different Nursery Rhyme....
Mr. Dumpty sat on a wall all day long on his tush.
You can't blame Mrs. Dumpty for giving him a little push.
When all the Kings horses and all the Kings men came to put Humpty Dumpty together again.
She said "Oh please don't bother! He wasn't a great father. All he did was sit on his wall. I knew he would fall." (She says with a smile)
"We're better off without him" She said with a grin. "You see he left me a huge insurance policy. My babies and I won't suffer any strife. I'll just go find another egg and become his wife!"
Now if you've read this far I'm impressed!
A grouping of some of my dolls...
And last but not least ... Lucy... poor thing, 13th child... another story, another time~: )