Thursday, 24 September 2009

A Book at Bedtime (CsH) - The Saga of Meena and MacTavish

The Artist aka Whistler's Brother

As we are still celebrating Eid, I thought a restful bedtime story would be in order - to soothe shattered nerves and congealed guts.
It is all about the adventures of Meena and MacTavish at the turn of the 21st century. Of course the names have been changed to protect the innocent and deranged.
This is only the first instalment. Other exciting episodes shall follow depending on the whim of AsH and the fancy of the artist-cum-resident spouse.

This posting is specially for Bride and Graham at Paekakariki, NZ - the long suffering sister and brother-in-law.


ph said...

i like, keep them coming..

BB said...

It doesn't look too restful to me. All that coming and going and all those stress/worry lines on Meena's forehead. I note the so called Scot has none and that he is relaxing alone while presumably Meena cooks his tea!

imsunnysideup said...

The last photo !...., THAT is life !

Awang Goneng said...

Wonderful! Whistler's Mum will be so happy. But I'm surprised there's not ae single haggis yet in sight.

Can I have serialisation rights?

Awang Goneng said...

I must come back:

In that last frame, MacTavish is watching Crossroads? Oh gosh, that's from a long time ago. Used to be my best worst programme, used to watch it endlessly during my student days. Loved the motel, loved the characters. Gave that reassuring feeling about the exciting banality of life. They brought it back once, but then again, it faded away. They must bring it back now for these troubled times. That and vegetarian haggis, certified safe by the Beth Din and the Halal committee.

PS My crush on Crossroads began a long time ago. Sue Lloyd (Barbara Brady) used to be in the Baron, in days when steam and grime made all TV black and white.

Kama At-Tarawis said...

Wowee, that Meena the Malay playgirl must be a real hottie!

Helas木村 said...

ouwww.. i have to read it again... then i can understand,, huhu~~