A Hauntingly Mad Tea Party

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25 thoughts on “A Hauntingly Mad Tea Party”

  1. I shall have to try some Yerba Matte. Does it give you nausea, diarrhea and stomach cramps as its cousin Holly does? Does it, too,have poison berries? I can’t wait. I am brewing it now. Come on over and join me. 🙂

    • I haven’t had yerba mate, but according to a source (link in the notes) mate has many health benefits. Let me know how the brewing goes… And if you don’t survive, make sure you give my info to Miss Wee. 😀

  2. Every word, I loved the dark humour, I loved the images that danced, the much much darker ‘late’ rabbit… The insights into parenting, freaking awesome… mate xox

  3. “Cordelia chomped him down with a sharp grin, and spat out the gilded pocket watch he used to accentuate his misjudged tardiness.”
    Brilliant!!! 🙂
    “The severed head you used to maintain the shape of the hat did a marvelous job, Mama.”
    Excellent! Loved everything!!! 🙂

  4. The rabbit got me howling with laughter. Since I am not a fan of fairy tales, I cannot remember his name, however he was the perfect attendee/main dish for the camp’s “Mad Hatter Tea Party”, perfect! Love the severed head to maintain the shape of the hat! I am sure Drusilla’s Mama is less distressed over the “gifter guilt” she was suffering from.

    • The rabbit in Alice in Wonderland is actually a hare (The March Hare). He gets really upset when someone calls him a rabbit, so I will just whisper it, lol!

      And I’m always wondering about Drusilla’s mother. She’s a weird character, that lady.

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