Cauli Le Chat

Cauli Le Chat
Cauli Le Chat, MPL Roving Reporter

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Boss Lady Kids Around

This morning, Crafty Gal and Casey at the Bat were having OOLEs (out-of-library-experiences), leaving only Cataloger Queen to staff the Library's Youth Services Department.  There were early literacy programs scheduled, and since Cataloger Queen can't bilocate, Boss Lady entered the breach and led Baby Time, Twos & Threes Time, and (possibly) Story Time, although I can't swear to that last one.  I was doing the feline roving reporter thing.  Guess I, too, was having an OOLE moiself.

Fortunately, minions snapped a couple of pix during Baby Time, which show Boss Lady directing songs and activities.  Click the images to bigify.

Boss Lady Leading Baby Time
(or Vice Versa)

Boss Lady was doing the puppeteer thing with a rattermeese.  She had it on one of her forepaws.  Frankly, it (the puppet, not Boss Lady's forepaw) was just a little too lifelike for my taste.

Now I've reviewed past blog postings, and I have spelled meeces and meeses differently while intending the same meaning.  A rattermeece (or rattermeese) is just a really big, scary meece/meese.

A Meece is a Meese, of course, of course
(Apologies to the Mister Ed television theme song composer)

A Rattermeece (or Rattermeese) climbing through
the hole in my Library's floor

I declare both spellings to be correct.  Hey, I can do that!  It's my blog.  So there.

Anyway, I think Boss Lady should start doing puppet shows with Crafty Gal, Casey at the Bat, Queenie the Cow, and Aggie McPooch.  Sammy the Toucan, too, if she should happen to drop by from the Indiana State Library.

Your Roving Reporter On The Go,

Cauli Le Chat

P.S.  Ringo Starr recorded an album of children's narratives and songs called Scouse the Mouse (1977), from which the title track is excerpted above.  The LP was released in Great Britain.  I don't recollect seeing it on this side of the pond.

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