5 – The Problem with Ribbons

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Dear Lucy,

Beatrix’s friends Peter and Benjamin are super fun.

They’ve been plagued by a cat they know as Ribbons who chases their tails every time they go into the garden to collect vegetables.  I devised a toy to keep Ribbons busy and have been instructing Peter on how to use it.

Once Benjamin’s finished we are gong back to Peter’s for bread and blackberries.

Can’t wait!

M.M.

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Morris would love to know what you think of his letters and postcards. He loves chatting writing and tapping away on a keyboard, so please feel free to hit the comments box.

Morris will get back to you mouse style.

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4 – Beatrix

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Dear Lucy,

Spending a few days in the Lake District.

Have met a lovely lady named Beatrix who is also a painter.  Tomorrow I am going to meet some of her friends who have a problem she thinks I may be able to help with.

M.M.

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This postcard was something of a worry to me as it took over a week to reach my dear friend Lucy. Shortly afterwards I decided to fill out an application form to have my post sent by Mouse Mail rather than through the Post Office (don’t worry, you’ll get a chance to find out about Mouse Mail later on in my blog).

Can you guess who Beatrix is? Hit the comments box and have a guess!

M.M.

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3 – The Promise of Summer

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Dear Lucy,

Visiting my mate Roger in Higham to watch the annual Swallow migration.  Summer is on it’s way!

Sending a card of Folkestone, as I reckon the birds stop off there for a well deserved ice-cream after their long journey.  Roger said birds don’t carry money to buy ice-cream but I said it was in their backpacks with the rest of their provisions.

Roger threatened that if I didn’t stop talking rubbish he wouldn’t share anymore of his digestives!  For the sake of more biscuits I agreed to differ.

I love Roger, but he’s a proper div sometimes.

M.M.

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Morris would love to know what you think of his letters and postcards. He loves chatting writing and tapping away on a keyboard, so please feel free to hit the comments box.

Morris will get back to you mouse style.

© All images and story content copyright of lynncf

2 – Crumpets

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Dear Lucy,

Last Wednesday I approached the Vicar regarding the possibility of a modest raise in wages for my cheese grating duties.  He muttered something about money being tight and repairs to the church roof.

Unimpressed by his response I’ve decided to pack up and go travelling.

The Vicar, as far as I’m concerned, can stick his ‘cheese-less’ crumpets up his bum!

M.M

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N.B. Characters from The Postal Adventures of Morris Mouse are not based on real people.

 

Morris would love to know what you think of his letters and postcards.  He loves chatting writing and tapping away on a keyboard, so please feel free to hit the comments box.

Morris will get back to you mouse style. 

© All images and story content copyright of lynncf

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There’s no place like home!  

Well this is often true, but if you’re stuck there because some daft individual whacked you up your rear end, resulting in whiplash and a lengthy time away from the job you love, home isn’t such a great place!

This is precisely what happened to my good friend Lucy early in 2015.

To cheer her up and hopefully speed her recovery I enlisted the help of my other good friend Morris Mouse, who’d recently set out on a travelling adventure.  Being a keen artist and writer Morris was only too happy to oblige when I suggested to him the idea of sending the odd postcard or letter to Lucy whilst on his travels.

This blog is an account of the postal adventures of Morris Mouse, we hope you enjoy it as much we do!

Lynn, Lucy and Morris

 

Morris would love to know what you think of his letters and postcards.  He loves chatting writing and tapping away on a keyboard, so please feel free to hit the comments box.

Morris will get back to you mouse style. 

© All images and story content copyright of lynncf