Saturday, August 15, 2009

The Reformation of Wolfshausen

Teil Zwo-und-Dreizig
To hear this week's episode, click on the photo at right of readers TLP and Actonbell with me and sister Dddragon, from front to back.




To read this week's episode, click on the Elizabethkirche dorm building, which I just realized I have a photo of and which is neither flat nor perpendicular as I remembered it.


The story so far is here.

11 comments:

TLP said...

First of all, the picture is a lovely memory of your visit. Disclaimer: I am actually young, thin and pretty. The picture was taken with an old, fat, ugly lens.

Acton and I had great fun doing this recording. The story ended very well for all, especailly for Heinrich Braun who seems to have gained the upper hand while the Frau is weak and in the back of the wagon.

Good job Doug.

actonbell said...

Yes, I like the ending, too.

Ariel the Thief said...

Thank you you two! Actonbell, I love your reading from the first time, TLP, you made me laugh so hard that sometimes it was hard to follow the reading. I am now wiping the tears off my face. I have no illusions, though, I am sure Frau Braun got her old self back at the moment she saw Dietrich at the Church, and so did Heinrich...

Thank you again, it was so much fun!

Ariel the Thief said...

Um, TLP, I personally think you look wonderful but who am I to argue?

Doug said...

TLP, in a video you could not have played Frau Braun. I think you look good. Thank you for a great reading.

And you, Actonbell. That's too nice a voice for a humble blog.

You tell'em, Ariel!

cooper said...

That was a nice ending to a wonderful tale.

Nice reading too.

Were you doing a line dance in that picture? ;)

Doug said...

Thanks, Coop. Riding an escalator in a chocolate factory, actually. Not even a great glass escalator.

Minka said...

Yeah, it is always fun when one finally makes their way over here and has a chance to catch up!!!!

I love both pictures, very much... and although geometry can be argued to lengths, every thing seems just very well rounded, which includes teh end to this part of Dietrich's dilemma.

excellent reading, had to giggle once just because Acton was giggling.

I have to agree with Frau Bruan on one point, strange these things happened in germany and not in France....oh and I certainly lack a Gutenberg!

Doug said...

Minka, you took the top photo. For that you deserve a Gutenberg or a Bolla or something.

karma said...

LOL TLP!

tsduff said...

Don't you love family photos?

Lovely effort by all involved - TLP you look stunning.

Doug - thank you for the sweeping classic story.