Saturday, June 07, 2008

The Unionville Chronicles

Eleventh Canto

This week's performance is by our old friend, G.  Thanks, G! To listen, click on the wolf disdaining sour grapes.

















Or read the evangelist's sign.

13 comments:

TLP said...

Excellent! Both the writing and the reading.

If it's chocolate stuck in the fur, well, ya know I'd have to eat it. And chocolate comes in many forms. So....

Tom & Icy said...

Great job G! And we LOVE the picture of Walela! Woof!

mireille said...

Writer and reader: *applause!* And Coyote's pitch went heeded and unheeded? xoxo

Jamie Dawn said...

Sound is not working on this laptop, but I'm sure the reading is grand.

I'm thinking that Wolf is the cool one and Coyote is scatterbrained.
Will Wolf take the challenge and seek revenge??
Only next weekend's reading will tell...

Well done, Doug.

Ariel the Thief said...

Walela on asphalt? Someone SHOULD listen to Coyote! :-P

G, I loved how you did the last line. My favourite line!

Doug said...

Nope, TLP. Piñon pitch and burnt sage.

Walela, you can tell she's been reading Aesop, can't you. Woof!

Seems to have been heard and unherded, M.

Thanks, JD. We'll see.

Ariel, you're right!

javajazz said...

i always feel bad
for the undercoyote.

ps pretty Walela,
so soft and well cared for...

actonbell said...

What,indeed? Ha! Great job, Doug and G! And I love both of your pictures today, Doug. Walela is such a beauty.

cooper said...

awww... I love the Walela, I want one.

Standing ovation, and the last line, in both forms, was awesome.

G said...

Wow, finally I can come listen to the reading. Well actually just to enjoy the last line again myself. Thanks everyone and thanks, Doug for having me join in on these wonderful readings.

quilly said...

Doug and G you make a great duo. The last line was choice both written and read, even so, Walela outshines you both.

Doug said...

JJ, Coyote deserves to win one, doesn't he? Yeah, Lela's a pretty girl and is her own caretaker.

Thanks, A-bell. I told her she was being called beautiful so she stayed on the couch.

Thanks, Cooper. Walelas are obtained by living in the southern woods and having air conditioning and a beagle for bait.

G, it was surely my pleasure. Thank you.

Quilly, I've accepted that. At least she isn't a peafowl.

G said...

Thanks Quilly. Yes, Walela is tough to compete with, that's for sure.