Redefining misanthropy for a fresh generation. Standard posts begin with a definition from Ambrose Bierce's The Devil's Dictionary followed by a modern adjustment. Miscellany on Wednesday and storytelling on Saturday.
Saturday, December 12, 2009
The Reformation of Wolfshausen
To hear this week's reading, get anywhere near the young German woman knitting.
To read this week's episode, check inside the lovely bad knitted for Vater Karl.
Do as Luther did, write a few more words about pardons any time you are stuck. :-P
Poor Doug. Your audience is outside your window, but so far the yelves are pointed down.
Trying to wait patiently.
Six Random Words
Yeah, Doug,you remember Louis XVI., don't you?
Ariel, I should have remembered that.
Nessa, you are too kind.
Ariel, a patient man indeed.
All those women together, I was sure there was going to be a cat fight.
This was worth waiting for. I've learned a lot Doug. I will be vexing my husband much more diligently in the future.
I'm with Nessa: we should vex more and maybe cook less. I can't knit any less than I do now.
Tom, I meant to add jello wrestling, but ran out of time.
Nessa, never let up.
I understand, TLP. My sources report that coats are sewn, not knit. Who knew?
"the widow Greulich could be heard nodding" - haha, that's a great line - Loud nodding always irks me.
I'm sensing some major tension between Julia and Frau Braun.
Tom is right. CATFIGHT!!!
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