23 Mar 2012

FRIDAY's FAVE FIVE



more participants at Susanne at Living to tell the Story.

1. Happy that my flu was over, I started acqua gym again on Monday, I also did some shopping and continued my stag night story with David locked in a coffin. The mentally disturbed guy was found killed and the grave and coffin empty.

2. Looking through my spring/summer clothes, I stated that I would need nothing, but unfortunately maybe I need nothing, but something new. Even the trees get new leaves, so I think I will imagine that I am a tree. My story continued, when the police discovered that David's bride Ashley was actually an Australian girl with 4 different names and 4 different husbands who all died under misterious circumstances and she inherited a lot of money.

3. As I had missed one acqua gym lesson I also went on wednesday to catch up the missed day. David is now prisoner of a guy named Vic who blackmails David's friend, takes the money and pushes him over the terrace banister in the 3rd floor. Of course he is found dead. Suicide is quickly excluded.

4. We had our last painting lesson before the Easter holidays and celebrated this event with fruit cakes, coffee and champagne ! While watching TV in the evening I saw a mouse hurrying from under the TV set across the tiles and under a cupboard. Followed by cat Rosie and Arthur who tried to squeeze themselves under the cupboard too, but even little Rosie was too big. We had a new resident. Continuing my book, police now found out that Vic the killer was also the one and only real husband of bride Ashley. They tried to catch a plane to Australia, but were finally arrested one chapter later.

5.



I had lunch with a friend and we had the traditional "Moules Frites" (mussels with chips) and could sit outside, it was warm and sunny. Coming back, Mr. G. had found the mouse corpse under the dining table. In my book, they found David's finger in the fridge and David in a narrow space under the living floor in Ashley's flat. The book ended so abruptly that I read the end twice to find the end, because it ended with David's word's "how is Ashley ?". Nobody had told him that she nearly made him to her 5th departed husband. Now I have to start a new book.

14 comments:

Rinkly Rimes said...

I like the idea of Frdays Fave Five! You have a full life. Thank you for visiting me.

Faith said...

Great list of faves...so glad the mouse was found...and wow...sounds like quite a book!! have a great weekend

icedgurl said...

trekking your blog!!!

cheers!
..TREK..

Sallie (FullTime-Life.com said...

Lovely week! Busy one. I want to be in your painting class (or at least at that last lesson celebration -- you do know how to party ;>)!....I could do without the mouse -- at our house, we are more likely to see a cockroach (or as they are called in Florida because it sounds nicer "palmetto bugs").... I love water exercise classes! We have good ones here at our RV Park.

Maribeth said...

Even though I could not eat them right now, those muscles look so good! Both Hubby and I love them!!!

A Lady's Life said...

lol Now that's how I like to read a book.
Reminds me of how I do 10 things in one shot.
A little of this a little of that and before you know it its all done.
Poor little mouse.:)

Cezar and Léia said...

Love happy endings! lol
God bless you!
Cezar

Cezar and Léia said...
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Cezar and Léia said...

Hi Gattina,
I have the same feeling "to be continued"... because after all this action and the poor David is now hopeless.Well...at least the bad guy and girl were under arrest.
;)
Glad that you are fine, enjoying the first days of Spring with lovely Sun!
Hmmm I love mussels, please...May I join you girls next time?
hugs
Léia

Cezar and Léia said...

ahh almost forgot, who was arrested for the murder of the poor mouse?
Léia

Willow said...

The best mouse in the house is a dead mouse!
Oh my--I was totally diverted by your book episode updates that I nearly missed reading about aquagym and cat/mouse antics. I love murder mysteries!

beaniebabe said...

What is the title of the book? It sounds good.

Linens and Royals said...

Now I have the book and even though you have told me the ending I want to read all the details. Love the Australian connection. We Australians can be a bit tricky.
Poor David!!
I agree with Sallie, I'ts cockroach time here (What a thing to talk about) I think I would prefer some mousies.

Susanne said...

Yikes, that mouse was a brave little guy scooting out when your cats were around. So glad to hear you are feeling better and were able to go back to aqua gym. And that was quite the ending to the book.