Our blog tour continues, lingering for a short while in the delightful bucolic surroundings of Annette Rochelle Aben Charlon Drane is the eldest son of Garrat and Taffetia Drane. This often comes as a surprise to those writers and poets who consider that his arrival in this world was due to him being summoned, like a particularly … More Only Themselves to Blame –
Meirdre, the oldest daughter of Garrat and Taffetia Drane was, by common agreement, a precocious child. After all, at the age of six, she was a full partner in ‘Peepers and Narks’, investigators of choice to the leading Port Naain legal partnership of Thallawell, Thallawell, and Thallawell. Now, this might have been regarded by most … More Amazing what you learn as you grow older.
The tour, and the exploration of a fascinating family continues on the blog of Chris, the Story Reading Ape. Taffetia Drane was a lady who believed that in a marriage, a wife should also bring in money to the family. Now it wasn’t as if the family faced penury. Garrat Drane’s salary as a lawyer’s … More Money doesn’t earn itself!
Garrat Drane was, in my opinion at least, a man who took dullness to the point of eccentricity. He was so dull that those who got to know him were fascinated by him. For his entire working life he was a clerk for Thallawell Thallawell, and Thallawell. In the course of the nearly fifty years … More Garrat Drane and the case of the petty cash.
For a truly fine painter, it strikes me that Garl Furtling has been blamed for a number of improbable occurrences which in all candour were not his fault. If you find this hard to believe I give you the example of ‘The bashful maiden.’ Garl painted the picture but left the face off so the … More An entirely reasonable gentleman.