Henry the Eighth Goes to Counseling- Now With Sound!

Well, we're gonna give this a shot and see if it works. Yesterday, I'd meant to have the Henry the Eighth Goes to Counseling post here done for you with a little sound file of "Mrs. Harker," Ye Olde Royal Therapist. But hadn't gotten it to work in time.

So let's see if this does the trick! Just click the Play arrow on the bottom left of the graphic below...

And I know. I need therapy myself. But at least I don't put heads on pikes or eat a whole boar at one sitting.

Not anymore.



Anonymous said...

Is someone on vacation? ;) Nicely done, Jenn Thorson. Did I ever tell you that you are my hero? Well, consider yourself told.

Oh, the post itself. Hilarious.

Jenn Thorson said...

UnfinishedRambler- The hero lyric sounds a whole lot better coming from you than it does Bette Midler-- thank you! :)

Yupper, I am on vacay. Well, I have one extra day off. Which for me IS vacay.

DeadRooster said...

Note to self: Pig knuckles ARE addictive. ARE addictive.

I'm glad I listened, I was just about to feast out on the knuckles. Who knows what kind of monster I would have become. LOL

As always, great stuff, Jenn!

p.s. was that your voice?

CatLadyLarew said...

Should I be in need of a new therapist, I'll certainly give you a call.

Guess I got off a bit easier in my divorce than Henry's wives did. BTW... I do find the heads on pikes tend to deter people you don't like from visiting.

Nanny Goats In Panties said...

Methinks you're channeling Shelly Berman! HAHA!!!

Jenn Thorson said...

Rooster- Yepper, that was me. I couldn't afford to hire someone to read it who was actually... y'know... good.

CatLadyLarew- I'll remember that about the pikes the next time there's threat of unwanted guests!

NannyGoats-- You're mightily close!-- it was Bob Newhart's early standup that got me thinkin'!

JD at I Do Things said...

HA! Boy, if ever someone needed therapy, it was ol' Henry 8. I love reading historical fiction about him and his wives, as well as watching The Tudors, which is way more heavy on the fiction than the history.

Jenn Thorson said...

JD-Yup, it's always interesting to see what's consistent in the different treatments, and then what's WAY out there.