Saturday, April 10, 2010

The Reformation of Wolfshausen

Teil Sechsundsechzig
To hear this week's episode, click on the view of Marburg's Lutheran Church.


Or, you can read this week's episode by clicking on the night view.


The story so far is here.

14 comments:

TLP said...

Afternoon post: Not yet written.

Doug said...

Exactly.

TLP said...

"They all made babies with a nun." That hussy.

“I have news from my
father and a proposition for you!” Yep. I bet he does.

This is a fun episode! You're in good voice as well.

actonbell said...

A proposition for empty hands?
Tune in next week!
Great reading, Doug.

Doug said...

Thanks, TLP.

Actonbell, someone has to make work for them.

actonbell said...

I also meant to say, great pictures:)

Cooper said...

the keep me coming back ending...good job.

tsduff said...

I listened this a.m. (I think) to your story-telling - enjoyed it immensely. You put a lot of spirit into that reading!

ps: As an aside, are you aware that "Walela" is the Cherokee word for Hummingbird? Actually, how DID you name that beautiful pup of yours?

Doug said...

Thanks, A-bell. I took'em myself an nobody helped me!

Thanks, Cooper. I'm trying to nurse the last people reading through to the end. Octoberish, I'm thinking.

Terry, I was aware. You might have noticed her indigenousness. Willie and I were living in Cherokee County, Georgia and I called a Cherokee friend of mine, explained her personality and origin and asked for a name. My friend said, in her husky voice, "Oh, I've always liked the name Savannah!" I re-explained and we agreed on Walela.

Karen said...

Well, TLP, the little girls are singing about making Christian virtue fun, aren't they?

And Doug, Walela is a Cherokee hummingbird who is NOT a murderous baying social conservative.

weirsdo said...

I was a little puzzled when Ulrich slid down the barrister, but best not to enquire into the ways of the wealthy and dissolute. . .

Karen said...

Frankly, Mrs Weirsdo, we all may be a little puzzled as to why Mr Pascover has yet to let you know the "Wiggling Reliquary" of this blog is located elsewhere.

We all think it's very rude as Hobbes is a team member of that blog.

weirsdo said...

Thanks for the tip, K. I'm catching up as best I can.

Karen said...

Well hurry up, weirsdo. I have just about had it ...