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Sunday, December 5, 2010


Tea Rat: "AHHHH! PERFECTOMENTO! Now, if I could just reach up into the corners....VOILÀ! Please click on my playbill to see the details!

FINI! Now to rummage through my old box of costumes from when I played RATLET at the Thespian Society Theatre at Oxford.."

Rattus: "What in the bloody he..."

Tea Rat: "MIND YOUR MOUTH OLD MAN...it's Christmas and I have much to do for the BALLET! Well don't just stand there, son. Help me find my tutu!"

Rattus: "Well then old thing, I must make sure all of our friends have their tickets; ON WITH THE PREPARATIONS!"


Angelsdoor * Penny said...

How very dapper you look RATTUS!
Not to worry, I am sure your tutu is in there.. TEA RAT, keep looking, you will find it.
See you both Saturday the 18th 7pm sharp! I can't wait.. Bebe is soooooooo excited...
Fantastic illustrations Anita!!!!
Love and blessings,

Patricia Cabrera said...

I love the drama!!! I can't wait for the show Nita!!!!

Ann Nichols said...

I'll be there!! On the 18th!
Happy St. Nicholas Day to all you players!

Christel Hutson said...

wwhheeeww so glad I stopped in over at Bebes, I almost forgot to get tickets!!! The show will be so much fun! XOXO

The Dutchess said...

I'm sooooooooo looking forward to it..with or without tutu..!

We are traveling on the 18th (with the orchestra)but I wil try to go online when possible..

Love the drawing..very funny:))

The Dutchess said...

Dear Tea..any pictures in that box from you Ratlet performance...Miss Moussie is very curious..:)

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh yes dearest; Tea Rat has a fine photo of when he was Ratlet. He will post it when he finds it!!!

Jacqueline said...

Yipppee....let the merry fun begin!
Do we all have to wear a tutu? Now that would be a sight for sore eyes I'm afraid...ballet slippers might be easier on the eyeballs.

Jeri Landers said...

So tell me please, who, pray tell, is the rather portly mouse...er rat? Is that the Infamous RATTUS?

Jeri Landers said...

Yes I should indeed like a first class seat, way up front, to your most magnificent extravaganza!
PS-Anita, Sheep and goats will eat anything green! They even like poison ivy, but they especially like Christmas Trees.