Sunday, February 8, 2009

in disguise

Sure you can dress up like fairies, frogs, or firemen, but sometimes on tummy mountain you need to go unnoticed, blend in with the crowd, flitter by like a shadow on a wall. On those occasions it helps to be an expert in disguises.



These little ones went totally unnoticed as they hatched their diabolical plan and executed it in complete obscurity.

5 comments:

ButtonsByLouLou said...

I have seen your work on Etsy but I have just discovered your stories - I love them - so cute.

se7en said...

I love TummyMountain, totally wouldn't miss it for the world! It is so refreshing to read a blog about the little world - as opposed to another blog about life on the home front. But it was the well chosen use of the word diabolical that brought a smile to my day. Thanks for such a cute blog.

TummyMountain said...

Thank you LouLou and se7en. Just trying to represent the life on tummy mountain as accurately as I can. Sometimes words like diabolical are an essential part of the historian's lexicon.

Geisslein said...

I really LOVE your pictures - such a GREAT WORK! respect...
Snowy greetings from germany, geisslein

TummyMountain said...

Thank you Geisslein. The little ones have not seen snow ever. Oh well.