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12/24/09

Very Merry...

Welcome to a very merry Christmas party at the Hill top

The silver was polished...by Sir Horatio Hog

The table was set...by Mr C Mole

A last look in the mirror before the party...by Gretta..


Elvira waited and waited for the quests to arrive..


There was a tree


and anothere one...

and another one..Horatio and C just couldnt agree...


A plate full of Gustave's imaginary cookies....


There was music..played on the piano..by Rattus


And last but not least...after a wonderful dinner...THE CHRISTMAS PUDDING...made by Horatio...Mr Mole was to nervous...and his glasses fell in the brandy..infact, the glasses fell in taking Mr C with them...


All the little creatures from The Hilltop Hall would like to wish you a wonderful Christmas...may your days be merry and bright...and remember...stay warm and stay happy...

Hugs from all of us....and now...lets party..

6 comments:

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

That was the best meal I have ever had.....that pudding was extra delicious! Must have been the unexpected ingredient! And the polished silver, the imaginary cookies, EVERYTHING including the jazz music from Rattus, was unforgettable. Thank you my dearest Dutchess for hosting the best Christmas dinner ever. I must say, Hilltop is a beautiful, comfortable and sweet place. Mille mercies my friend, Anita

Rattus Scribus said...

Dearest Dutchess,
Thank you for your positively charming post. I would have given you a larger picture of me dancing on the piano, but it would be ostentatious and undignified, you know.

I do pray that you and your hubby, family, and creaturely friends enjoy the merriest Christmas, as Anita and I are doing here in very snowy Minnesota.

By the way, do you think Miss Mousie would like to go out on a date with me?

Love,
Rattus

Jacqueline said...

A merry event indeed. There is no place like Hilltop for Christmas. Good friends and good cheer make merryment a sweet pleasure for all. Wishing you merryment in your home with glee, joy and good cheer tossed in.

Rita said...

Dear Miss Moussie,
what a pleasant visit today.
Hilltop Hall is definitely the best place to visit for a special Christmas party. The table was set so beautifully, the silverware all so well polished and the pudding, om my, so yummy I'm so glad I came.
Rita

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh my dearest...what a wonderful story about your little lady! Have you documented this in your special way, in book form, with all the wonderful sketches? YOU MUST! What a fun and true Christmas story! Maybe Miss M. can tell the story from her point of view....from the view of a mouse hole!!! Oh, thank you for your visit...you my dear,dear friend, have been the biggest blessing of the year. Stay warm...I am freezing here, with a huge cup of tea! Bisous, Anita

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

AHHH!! You came to see the Great Gesunheit. He is adorable, isn't he? These little chaps make our garden, Clair de Lune, a fairy tale place indeed, any time of the year. I got up early this morning to blog, then feel asleep again on the couch and then later on, Ruben woke me up to report that he had seen the GG trying to find food. GG accepts with full joy Miss Moussie's invitation to tea...he is freezing! I am anxious to see what new story you are developing! As for me, I have some homework that I need to get to and my thesis...I played enough. HOWEVER, once I am done with that...it is off to the REAL WORLD for me, with you and Miss M. and the rest of the gang. Happy writing to you and your marvelous husband! Anita

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