Oh Gloria, sparkling clustered crystal stones you do bear, Oh Gloria, hold you up to the light to share, glory in thy sight, jewels placed just right, glittering winter whites, silvered pleasant oval of the morning, midday and night.
A Tzarina once they say kissed thee, she held you on her bended knee, praying for a Tzaravich to bear. A Tzarevena came instead to her care, whose golden locks and sparkling eyes, left all that saw her in great awe. They named her Gloria, may her triumph ever reign. Oh Gloria, beauty is they name, Oh Gloria, to behold and to bestow, Oh Gloria, we will never know, how does one see the world from your spot on the throne or tree?
In what has to be the cutest late night job possible, this baby orangutan has been keeping a Houston Zoo up all night as 50 staffers trade shifts being the surrogate mom to the endangered 5-pound infant. The Zoo is inviting the public to help name the baby through its website.
Click HERE to see video of the little tike from ABC’s Houston affiliate KTRK.
…Ribit-O-Rana sits patiently poised with his posey. Forever late, and watching the gate, he awaits his date with fate and the meeting of his mate. One sweet kiss from his true love’s lips and this rana will be turned into the Prince of the Pad.