Tales from the Irish Garden Serialisation – Chapter Fifteen – Summer – The Piglet Races by Sally Cronin

Oh! Exquisitely done!
If you are not reading these tails, you are missing out.
Never fear, Sally has included a link to take you to previous posts.
Now, I direct you, to go and enjoy!

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Chapter Fifteen Summer: The Piglet races

It was now August, and the long summer days in the palace and the surrounding garden were filled with laughter and parties. The Storyteller introduced the court to another interesting activity that delighted them. Whilst the humans in the Emerald Island were devoted to the sport of horse-racing… the little people known internationally as Leprechauns but locally as Lerpersians, had a love of miniature piglet racing.

As you will have gathered by now, the Storyteller was able to move between both worlds, and could assume the appropriate stature at will. He had returned from the town’s final horse race of the summer, and had managed to acquire, at the farm market that flourished next to the racecourse, six of the most fastidiously bred piglets, born of champion dam and sire racers.

They were also very pretty, and over the next week the fairies came…

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6 Responses to Tales from the Irish Garden Serialisation – Chapter Fifteen – Summer – The Piglet Races by Sally Cronin

  1. Thanks for sharing all the chapters Patty… it is much appreciated..hugsx

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