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The Back Stories With Darnell and Cornelia - #5 George

GEORGE


Everyone was gathering in the conference room to celebrate the boss’s birthday so George and Winnie walked down the hall together from the lab where they were assigned. George was busy looking over his shoulder at 3-year-old Winnie who had just let go of the party balloon, so he didn’t notice the pileup in front of him until after he turned the corner.


Before he could stop himself, George stepped on Imogene’s tail which made Imogene howl and fall into the wall. This allowed George a clear look ahead where he saw that Everett was lying flat out, his terrified eyes pinned on the tiniest mouse George had ever seen. Not even in the secret high-security lab.
George knew that Everett was frozen in fear and the only way to clear the hall would require him to step into Everett’s line of sight.
Slinking around Imogene’s wide hips and Everett’s flattened ears, George locked eyes with the tiny mouse. And froze.





Comments

Flo said…
Hahaha!!! Eine "um-die-Ecke-Karte" und wieder mit diesen tollen Tieren von Katzelkraft!!!
Ich finde die so lustig!!!
Liebe Wochenendgr├╝├če, Flo
So funny Cornelia, now I need those mice. I love the way they travel round the card :)
That is hilarious...and you left us in suspense as to what happens next. You certainly made a great story to go with that fun scene.
conil said…
I'm telling you, if you don't publish these in a book or magazine, you're missing a bet. Hilarious and your meticulous illustrations just make them come to life. kWhat a great way to start my weekend.
G Peplow said…
Fabulous excellent artwork and Darnell’s humour a match made in heaven! X
Anita in France said…
Hahahaha ... love how you wove your brilliant illustration round the card, Cornelia ... Darnell then wove her fabulous story around it! Hugs, Anita :)
HilaryJane said…
Love this card, that corner is very clever as is Darnell's story. xx

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