Knight Errant

Hollie Christensen
Because Hollie Christensen’s parents were unicorn breeders, she was bound to become one herself. Instead, she took the more dangerous path in life. On the second lunar eclipse, Lucinda, the daughter of their founding unicorns, and Hollie ventured off to The Jungle of Dragon Fruit. It was then that Hollie discovered the periwinkle fungus and adopted Tigger (the iconic and jumpy tiger of Winnie the Pooh). Periwinkle fungus does not appeal to everyone’s taste buds, but this fungus consists of Hollie’s personal favorite flavors; mushrooms mixed with strawberry jam jelly beans. Meanwhile, Tigger with his springy tail took Lucinda and Hollie on 25,000 feet high adventures through the clouds where they perfected 22 ½ different species of bird calls. Hollie currently resides in the Jungle of Dragon Fruit with Tigger and Lucinda, joyfully bouncing and towering over the trees.

Hollie Christensen, TC Scene Editor

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