Saturday, February 06, 2010

The Reformation of Wolfshausen

Teil Sieben-und-Fünfzig
To hear this week's episode come out into the storm.

Or, to read it, clear your eyes with Saul on the road to Damascus.

The story so far is here.


TLP said...

That Frau Braun! I had no idea she was capable of that sort of deception!

Great writing. Very nice reading as well. You do a pretty good Frau Braun. tee hee

Nessa said...

I'm afraid to read the story. The pictures are scary - full of hell and damnation.

I suppose I should get used to it.

Be back.

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Nessa said...

Quite a feisty reading today. Women are so caring and helpful.

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k. riggs gardner said...

The story is really very boring.

TLP said...

LOL Karen! whatzmattau?

Jamie Dawn said...

I'm finally all caught up, and I want to thank you for providing a link to the story as a whole. It enabled me to read all that I'd missed seamlessly and very enjoyably, I might add.
I'm loving the French speaking Swiss dwarf!!
I'm fearful of what awaits Vater Karl when he goes to meet with Vater Johann. I'm nervous and worried!
Frau Braun and her cohorts have to add lying to their LONG list of sins. Of course, I think they are oblivious to their own sins while being quite perceptive of the sins, or perceived sins, of others. Poor Vater Karl. He dutifully trudged through the mud and rain to get to Hilda, only to find he'd been duped!!
PLEASE oh PLEASE give us some kind of satisfactory revenge on Frau Braun! She is deserving of a deliciously evil punishment. I shall relish it with great fervor should you choose to write her a great misfortune... a disease, loss of a limb or two, being trampled by their bull... any awful thing will do.

It's a lazy weekend, and I'm enjoying it.
Happy Weekend to you!

Ariel the Thief said...

I don't agree with Karen! I loved the part when the bear came out of the woods and ran away from Frau Braun

Doug The Una said...

Thanks, TLP. I just ask myself before I read, how would TLP sound? Maybe someday soon I'll write one of these doggone episodes before Saturday morning and find out.

Nessa, perdition isn't just for lefties anymore. Yeah, women can be very helpful.

Karen, I like getting comments like that but just as a reminder, nobody gets paid to read or whipped for not reading. You can even comment without reading!

TLP, there's nothing wrong with finding the story boring, although you still ask a good question.

JD, is there a crueller fate than redemption?

Ariel, I thought you'd like that part. It wasn't easy to describe the bloody cloth in the bear's mouth so it sounded realistic.

TLP said...

It's a good story, read well. Mama said.

cooper said...

I liked this reading very much. I know that when I am tied to my chair and made to rad it I get a little testy but it passes quickly.

k. riggs gardner said...

Yay !! The "Who Dat" Saints won the Super Bowl ... New Orleans is in a tizzy ... Also, Miami ... I want to geaux!!

Doug The Una said...

And TLP, you're always right. I know that even if the fact escapes some others.

Cooper, you're a good sport. It's kind of like A Clockwork Orange reading you, isn't it?

Great game, Karen and not at all boring.