Saturday, April 25, 2009

The Reformation of Wolfshausen

Teil Siebszehn
To hear this week's part, click on the drunk Monk. I did the reading this week again because my nephews have a lame ma.


To read this week's part, click on the young and old monks.


This week in The Prattler, Xenophobia's Gone Global
en Boldog sz├╝let├ęsnapot, Ariel!

5 comments:

Hobbes said...

If that's "Happy Birthday," I second it, Ariel.

I like the insight we're getting into how Herr Braun survives his marriage.

Ariel the Thief said...

Thank you, Weirsdo! And I too enjoy seeing how the farmer handles his marriage, he sure realized by now that he'd chosen wrong but now that it is done he tries to live with it without feeling sorry for himself or hating his wife. Rare kind of a noble soul.

I was glad to hear Dietrich's first words in weeks in Waking Ambrose time. :) It sounds like you say, "he bowed formally and crossed MYself" but that can be my speaker.

And I am truly happy for this night and morning of his, true happiness when we also know we are happy is so rare, I know he won't forget this night and morning if he lives for a 100 years.

Doug said...

Yeah, Hobbes, yesterday was Ariel's birthday. Herr Braun is a resourceful farmer.

Funny, Ariel. I hope that's your speaker. I hope your birthday was as good as Dietrich's sojourn.

Ariel the Thief said...

I love the upper picture, too. Great one!

Doug said...

Isn't it? I'll use illuminations whenever I can.