Our new mobile Scissorcrafts library is nearing completion.
New library, filled with fantastic image displays here,
- Easy to navigate!
- Enhanced image quality!
- Large size image format!
- New and Vastly improved images
Early Bird $1 special
Because Covid 19 crisis has negatively impacted us and so many other families, since our dust is not quite yet settled with this re-design, please accept a full year membership (regularly $15.00) for a small token of $1.00.
Note: When the crisis is lifted, prices will return to the regular $15.00 yearly subscription rates. Everyone with a current Scissorcrafts subscription will be added to this new membership site ASAP. If you want access now or faster, send an email pkelley9 @ gmail.com
The Condemned Man
The Condemned Man
The ampitheater was filled with a howling mob screaming to see the hapless prisoner torn to pieces. A great lion in his cage roared loudly with rage and hunger.
Soon the condemned man, weaponless and stripped of clothing, was led into the arena.
The door to the lions cage flung open and the huge, fierce lion sprang out. He gave a big roar to the amusement of the crowd, then headed straight for the victim.
The big cat crouched for a killing leap.
Instead of cowering or trying to flee, the prisoner walked slowly towards the lion.
He stooped over and appeared to whisper something in the lion's ear.
Instantly the lion turned, tucked his tail between his legs, ran back to his cage and pulled the door shut.
The crowd boo'd in disappointment but the King raised his hand to silence the mob.
"I declare this prisoner innocent and free of all charges, on one condition, the prisoner must reveal what he said to the lion."
"It was nothing," said the prisoner. "I merely mentioned to the beast that after the banquet he was expected to say a few words to the crowd."