A Lady of the Lake

Girl, 8, pulls a thousand-year-old sword out of the lake she was swimming in.


Assistant Village Idiot said...

Has to be crowned queen, I think. Saga is an amazingly appropriate name for her, too.

Though supreme executive power derives from a
mandate from the masses, not from some farcical aquatic ceremony

Grim said...

I'm questioning that received wisdom somewhat more often these days.

Lars Walker said...

The sword seems to be pre-Viking, an Iron Age artifact. Which would make it roughly contemporary with King Arthur. And that's appropriate.