By Kristina Tracy, Len Lucero, Penny Weber
Author note: ahead by way of Penny Weber
Welcome to the lifetime of Chris P. Bacon!
This lovely child pig, who used to be born with no using this again legs, grew to become a YouTube and talk-show sensation while his followed dad, veterinarian Len Lucero, published a video on-line of tiny Chris studying the right way to use a cart made from toys. This made up our minds piglet quickly mastered the equipment and used to be rolling to interviews around the kingdom.
Here, in his first publication, this inspiring little man tells the tale of his existence to date.
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This was what emperors did, apparently: they brought changes, choices, risks. Chung’s life had been quiet and easy and monumentally dull until the emperor came. Then even in the palace there was danger, even to a kitchen hand; and now— NOW THE soldiers and their wagons, their conscripts, their horses and mules and all else turned aside, to follow the new road that last mile or so to where the new palace was rising slowly on its hill. Chung had been there, he had seen the great workings, the mud and the labor and the endless spread of the encampment around.
He called it discipline, of course. Soldiers too lived under discipline, which was not easy—but a soldier can always run away. For the most part, his had not. Even as a young man he had valued that respect, and lost it. HE HAD BEEN a man of rank, high rank, known and trusted at the court. He had lost that. Any general’s reputation shines only as brightly as his last battle, of course; any general can lose a battle for any number of reasons that are not his fault. Li Ton had lost an impossible battle and depended, perhaps gambled, on the emperor’s justice when he returned to the Hidden City.
And then, in the face of Ma Lin’s stupefied silence, “Did you think we don’t talk to each other, hereabouts? Or listen to our husbands either? A woman alone, always seen on this road, asking for alms … This is our country, we know who comes and goes. And why. —and we are glad. ” This was a basket of woven bamboo, heavy with fresh noodles, in a sacking bag that held a pair of cabbages and garlic too. Ma Lin said nothing. But she took the bag. The woman said, “Come here in the mornings and there will always be one of us who comes to you with something.
Chris P. Bacon: My Life So Far… by Kristina Tracy, Len Lucero, Penny Weber