Zelli

I don’t know anyone whose name begins with Z.  Mummy tried to find someone and she noticed Auntie Tanis used to have a Zingy, and someone she didn’t know had a Zak.  Mummy has someone in her books called Dr Zelli, and I asked her if I could talk about him.  She said “Of course, but you know he’s one of my friends, don’t you?”  I didn’t know that.  I didn’t know Mummy put her friends in our books, I thought it was only guinea pigs.

Dr. Zelli is very clever.  He is in one of the short stories Mummy wrote for the 2013 A to Z, also for Z, called Zephyrs.  In that, Fred is preparing to give a talk at his Natural Philosophy Summer School in Castle Marsh, and he misses Dr Zelli’s talk, because he’s too busy getting ready and being nervous.  Dr Zelli talks about governance.  That means different way people sort out who decides things.  Mummy says this gets quite important in the last two books, and although we’ve only met Dr Zelli in Bravo Victor, we might meet him again.  Or he might just be talked about by Fred.  She hasn’t decided yet.  As long as I’m in the last book, I don’t mind.  I was in the X post that same year, and she says that’s important for the last book too.

Anyway, that’s the end of our A to Z Challenge blog thing.  Kevin and I did 26 blog posts about our friends, well, 22 about our friends, one about quizzes, one about uncles and a couple about people that weren’t really our friends.  I’m exhausted.  I need a nice long sleep in my tent out on the grass, then a nice lot of grass to fill my tummy.  Although maybe I’ll do the grass thing first and then take a nap.

Thank you for visiting and I hope you come back again.

 

Hey, Kevin! We did it!

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3 thoughts on “Zelli

  1. Jemima Pett

    Well done, Dylan! You’ve done a great job on this – but it was harder than you thought, wasn’t it? I think it’s going to be too cool and showery for grass time today, but maybe another day soon.

    I’m very proud of you and Kevin. You’re clever boys ❤ ❤

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    1. Val Bale

      Thank you Dylan. I have enjoyed your A – Z; Especially V for Victor, as he always came across as special, even just reading your posts and also Saku as he looked very much like one of my first pair of boys, Bongo

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