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

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Back on the road..



Follow this track..Mozes is back...



Psst..Rattus...the books...remember...time for a new chapter in Nowhere..please tell us...what's going to happen next...?

15 comments:

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

TEA RAT: Ohhhh...we are back on earth and THANKS to URSUS MAJOR, we had a soft landing; it could have been much harder of a fall, but thank you MOZES MI MAN for your soft and cushy SELF and for catching little Bebe and me!

NOW...RATTUS IS UP TO SOMETHING, as we can see my mate in his regalia and book...HOLD ON TIGHT, for that RRRRRAT IS DYNAMITE!!!!

Ruben Rivera said...

Rattus: I have examined those tracks using the very latest forensic methods. Then I conferred with the most authoritative texts in the field. But still I was stumped.

Finally, I went to a Buddhist monk, a Catholic priest, a Protestant pastor, and a Rabbi, and asked them: "What do these tracks mean?"

The Buddhist said: It means that all roads lead to God, my son.

The Catholic said: It means that the church is the only road to God, my son.

The Protestant said: It means that Christ is the road to God my son.

The Rabbi said: Well, if you believe the other three, it means that God is bear.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

TEA RAT: I thought that enormous "bear" in the sky that helped break our fall from Saturn had a divine aura to Him....hmmmmmmmmmm....thank you REB RATTUS!

Ruben Rivera said...

Rattus: Well, I thought I would just break the ice with a little humor. Actually I have a theory about those tracks. Want to hear it?

Tea Rat: Sure. I'm dying to know.

Rattus: Those are bear tracks.

Tea Rat: For this you made me wait on pins and needles?

Rattus: Oh, you wanted to know more than that?

Tea Rat: Duh?

Rattus: Well, as I said those tracks are bear tracks. But they could only have been made by Mozes the Bear, as I have seen his foot prints many times.

Tea Rat: Mozes?

Rattus: Yes, but not only that. He was not alone. He was carrying Miss Mousie on his back, because Mozes left delicate (instead of rough) footprints, which means that Miss Mousie was riding on his back, and Mozes wanted to be sure that she was comfortable on the journey.

Tea Rat: Amazing.

Rattus: Thank you. But there's one or two more things I've deduced from the tracks. First, the journey of Big Bear and Little Mouse was beset by bad weather. This is clear from the wind-blown trees and the rain-soaked ground. And finally, they arrived safe and sound, and very much glad to be at home.

Tea Rat: Now wait a minute. I can see how you deduced the other explanations. But how can you possibly know that they were very glad to be home?

Rattus: Because Miss Mousie emailed Anita and told her.

Tea Rat: There you go breaching the fourth wall and talking to the audience again.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

First of all dearest friends,

THE MUSIC IS AWESOME! BRING IT ON!!!!!

And breaching the fourth wall is by far and BIG SURPRISE!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

O yeah, CANNED HEAT, ON THE ROAD AGAIN....dude, Mozes mi man, "Don't you cry no more..."

We IS BACK!

Ruben Rivera said...

Tea Rat: Hey, who is that playing that song?

Rattus: Canned Heat, my dear rat. Canned Heat. Jolly good those American rock bands. The song is titled "On the Road Again." It was released in April of 1968 and made it all the way to number 8 on the UK pop charts. Among the song's most notable features is the hypnotic droning sound and the fact that song writer Alan Wilson had to re-tune his harmonica up a half step.

Tea Rat: How can you possibly know all that?

Rattus: There's this fascinating little procedure called reading...

Tea Rat: Never mind.

Christel Hutson said...

Rattus, and Tea Rat, we are showing our age..canned heat, oh the memories this brings back..although I was only 7 in 1968, I had a big brother who introduced me and my sister to rock and roll..I am still a 70's chick..love Bad Co, Kiss, Black Sabbath, anyone remember Mott the Hoople?..lol oh my what a journey back in time... I remember Jeff Healys cover of this song from RoadHouse (movie with Patrick Swayze) I think Burton Cummings has one of, if not the best voices ever!..rock on my friends..rock on!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh, yes, we are of a CERTAIN AGE....I remember WELL all the bands you are mentioning here, Christel! MOTT THE HOPPLE...How about Earth Wind and Fire? They were my favorite in high school. Oh the memories! And wouldn't you say the Dutchess really knows how to pick the music?

AND RATTUS...you just wait, YOU JUST WAIT! TEA RRRRRRRRRAT!

The Dutchess said...

You are to much..can't comment now..have to stop laughing first...:)God is bear...:)))Cool..

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

RATTUS keeps me laughing dearest; sometimes he comes out with this jokes he is reading in his book on Jewish Humor. It is to funny to BEAR....we love ya...

The Dutchess said...

love YA too..We all need our bear necessities to go through life..and I'm so lucky to have met you..write on Nowhere travelers..

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

YES! The BEAR necessities of FRIENDSHIP; how could we travel down this road alone?

BACK ON THE ROAD....together.

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Wait for me!! I am traveling down the road with you... I have missed all my friends in Nowhere.. Rattus, you just crack me up!!!
Bebe and Penny

Jacqueline said...

Amen and all that and onward we go...