[lat.: commoneo- to put in mind, sich an etwas erinnern, zu Gemüte führen.]

19. November 2015

The wolf ?


"If someone come and say: 'Your dear mother has come home, and brought you each something from the wood.' We have to say: NO ..." - "I said HUSH. There are more tales with wolfs in it." - "Haensel and Gretel!"
  -"No, there's a witch, not a wolf ..." - There's an old woman, not a witch." - "Is it not the same thing? Old women and witches?" - "Yes, they're beginning with a W." - "Wolf too."  - "NO."  *sigh* - "SURE, it's a W."
"Stop claptrapping. Let's think instead." - "There's a wolf IN A BED. Could be Red Hiding Hood." - "Sshhhhh, I hear footsteps..."
"Lion! Great, you're abed!"
"Sharon told us to be carefully, because perhaps you don't want to stay outside later. But I hope you'll manage that!"
"No red cap. No Red Riding Hood." -  "Keep quiet und move in!!"

Kommentare:

  1. Love this tale and love the photo in the dark of the cupboard and their claptrapping! :) and that's a lovely head of red hair on that lass! :)

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  2. Absolutely FANTASTIC! Just adore the darkened inside the wardrobe pictures and the final one of one dear little bear putting his head around the door to check the bedroom's terrain.

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  3. Did you know you've got mice? I think you'll need to get a cat - don't think wolves or bears are any good at catching them!

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  4. Thanks so much, lovely ladies!

    And yes, we need witches and cats here. Let me think about to get them into the story *g
    But Rattie belongs to that room since the beginning, I hope she'll stay alive ...

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  5. Oooooh nearly missed this post!
    Love the photos of the bears inside the wardrobe in the dark!
    How do you think up all these ideas!!!!
    xxx

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