Saturday, March 08, 2008

Shahrazade's Wedding, Part XIX

"The Beowulf of Wedding Planning" -Actonbell

Hear the Senator's story.



Oh, yeah. There's a new post at The Prattler.









Or, read the story Al Fresco.

13 comments:

TLP said...

That Hadrian Flavian Trajan. But he did make a good try at escape.

Also love the bathing suits on the fresco.

You're moving fast now. I kinda hate to see the end coming. I'm enjoying it all.

quilly said...

"Please don't tell mommy." Are you certain this wasn't a U.S. Senator?

tsduff said...

I love mosaics - that one looks like it could be from Pompei.

Handy guy to have around... that barber.

actonbell said...

Mommy thinks he's writing a memoir--that's funny! This is very clever, Doug, I was wondering if you were going to take us dress shopping. Of course, this dress might be bad luck!

I like the bathing suits, too--the bandeau look is very nice:)

Jamie Dawn said...

The Senator is sure hard to please. What a monstrosity of a man! Mommy's boy needs to be weaned.

I'm wondering what's up with the others. I hope they aren't dying of thirst in the desert.

Minka said...

Kasim and Leila, it's been a month since last they send a message. What would be the old-time equivalent for Las Vegas, do you think? That's where I'd start looking ;)

You are hurrying up, I agree with TLP! (uh...that rhymes)
I hate to see this story end...I think you have done extremely well with this one and it is easily accessible, which I mean in the best way possible. I love the character of Ramak.

Doug said...

TLP, I didn't even realize, although I struggled with adding one more episode for each embassy and decided not to put off the next story so I'm sure you're right.

Quilly, Senators are beyond nationality.

Terry, you might be right. I googled for "ancient roman village" and that popped up.

Thank you, Actonbell. I've learned this about writing: Don't bring your story where you've never gone. I've met dragons and trolls but know nothing about fashion. I'm thankful there was no time for a haircut episode either.

Thanks,Minka. I think they are too late for Sodom, but that would be equivalent.

TLP said...

It's not thismommy who thinks a memoir is being written. Hadrian Flavian Trajan's mommy thinks that. That Mama.

quilly said...

Ending? Isn't this story supposed to have 1001 episodes?

mireille said...

Has Hitchcock started directing? Psycho. xoxo

Doug said...

Of course, TLP. The blogmama is the wisest of all.

Quilly, let's say that two episodes from now is to be continued much later.

Doug said...

Ooops, we cross-posted, Mireille. Did you see the shadow of a naked woman while I read that? Me either.

G said...

"As was then the custom with Gauls, I poisoned her" cracked me up. I read this over the weekend then one thing lead to the next...

Is one thing leading to the next here or are we on to the next one already?