Saturday, April 18, 2009

The Reformation of Wolfshausen

Teil Sechszehn
To hear this week's part, click on Vater Johann's supper, at right.






To read this week's part, click on Dietrich's supper at left.

This week in The Prattler, O Gas, Where Is Thy Sting?
A note on reading I think all volunteers have read once and it's time to start bugging people to read again. If you would like to read and I don't know about it or you volunteered and I don't remember, please let me know. I used to keep a list. That was nifty.

10 comments:

Ariel the Thief said...

Hi, Willie and Lela!

LOL at "He worried whether he’d ruined his chance to serve here by walking on
his better."

And for some reason I love this: "Dietrich awkwardly handed the fortunate servant a cup."

You are one of my fave readers on Waking Ambrose but you completely failed trying to whisper "“Please get off of me” gravelly and threatening. Shame! You did the cat very well, though. :-P

What is the food we see in the picture? Something with milk.

Ariel the Thief said...

I tried to go to Actonbell's blog with your link here but it goes to a blog is all about China, basic information. Wonder if it is a sign, and if so, of what.

weirsdo said...

This episode would have had a peaceful feel to it, had it not been for the canine contribution.

Doug said...

You know, Ariel, I learned something about writing for the stage doing that reading. I read the line, then got to the part about the gravelly threatening voice. From now on, the description of the voice will come before the quote, at least if I expect to do the reading. (I tried re-recording to do that right and no sooner did I start to record than my two companions decided to stop barking in the backyard and start barking in the front, right past me and the microphone.) And I haven't updated the blogroll here in a very long time.

Weirsdo, the dogs see to the conviction that wherever people ease, they also should tremble.

weirsdo said...

Of course I'm always up for reading, Doug. Any more juicy Frau Braun bits?

Doug said...

I think you just won Teil 19, Weirsdo. Thank you.

Ariel the Thief said...

So what is that food?

Doug said...

Oil paint, mostly. Old Hungarian recipe.

C.J.Duffy said...

The more I visit these wonderfully weird and wacky sites you people have, the more I am convinced that we Brits are not alone in the madness stakes!

Gawd bless you, guv!

Doug said...

Two nations separated by a common moon, C.J.? Thanks for visiting.