One wants to wander away from the world’s some-wheres..
....................into our own nowhere.”

Saturday, November 7, 2009



Yes, it was a lovely evening of music and much merriment! A small band of rabbits joined us that evening, after hearing Tea's sweet violin music waft in the chilly night air. But wait! Tea did have something else in his nap sack other than tea; to the surprise of his friends, he pulled out a beautiful mahogany and gold harp and he played until his little fingernails were worn back to the quick. One of the rabbits was an accomplished harpist, so Tea yielded his little chair and harp to the blue coated gentleman to dance with Mozes



who was worn down to a nub. "I say old chap, you may be small in stature, but you can do the Rat Reel like no one else!"

tired mozes
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It was late, but no one cared. Where there is music, there is life. Where there are friends, there is hope and the little band of travelers knew it. They made a gentle fire that danced to the tune of another promising sunrise in the land of Nowhere.

7 comments:

Bonnie said...

Oh, I am out of breath dancing to the Rat Wheel with our dear friend Rattus Scribbus! What fun!

Much love from your friend, Paisley Bunny

Jacqueline said...

Oh my goodness gracious, the harp music was especially enchanting. I saw Gretta in a corner, captivated by a skunk with the most beautiful coat you have ever seen. Gretta thought he was the most handsome man skunk she has ever seen in her whole life! She was a bit embarrassed at her dress, but Skunk thought she was delightful and pure magic to his eyes. He placed a sweet kiss on her nose and bid her a goodnight. She blushed so much her right paw turned pink. It was a very romantic night for Gretta. Love is in the air.

The Dutchess said...

They are having a ball...what a surprise..a harp in T's napsack...:)Its so good they are having fun because soon they will have to solve a great mysterie..That, of the invisible ink...and what TEA has to do with it..

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

WHOAH! Then this little soirée is one of the last times they will be able to let down their hair; they will all, including the giddy Miss Gretta, have to study the invisible language and discuss its meaning! Let us carry on the quest!

Grace said...

what a cute post! Grace

Lenae May said...

Sooo glad I stumbled upon your lovely blog! I've been listening to a French series. I would love to learn. Maybe I will put it together..:)
Lenae

Patricia Cabrera said...

where there is music there is happiness...