Monday, June 4, 2012

Monday's Riddle! Changing lines...

Hello and good day to all of you wonderful readers! My lovely daughter, Fairday, asked me to clue you in on the theme this week. So, for all of you puzzle crackerjacks out there, here's a hint...

Each week I watch Fairday sit at the kitchen table with her headphones on and her fingers poised over the keyboard, at the ready. She stares out the window while I putter around in the kitchen, preparing a meal. Suddenly, I hear the click clack of the keys as she scratches out her ideas. I see her eyes light up and focus on the words. Then the letters start to race across the page, stirring up our simmering, sizzling kitchen.

Good luck! ~ Mr. Morrow

We all know them well, these stories of old. Time and again, they are forever told. To hear it once more can open the door, then the tale is shaped from the tell of the lore. At the stroke of midnight, when Cinderella lost her slipper is as commonly known as the grand, old Big Dipper. But what of the others? It is a scene after all. Who else watched what happened at Prince Charming's ball? What did the huntsman think of Snow White? Who watched as she took that fateful bite? There is one simple key hidden behind this mystery, just try to see it all through our collective history.   


What is the theme this week? 

Check back tomorrow to find out the answer!

9 comments:

  1. +JMJ+

    My guess is . . . faerie tale retellings!

    See you soon for the answer! =)

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  2. I'm going with Lee here and saying authors.

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  3. The author or the creator sounds like a good answer to me! I love and hate these riddles. I never guess right!

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  4. Great guessing everyone! Thanks for stopping by. I just posted the answer : ) ~ F

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  5. I don't know if I would have guessed it- but the riddle was cool. I liked hearing from Mr. Morrow.

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  6. I would have said fables. Off to see the answer...

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