mardi 17 octobre 2006

Hattifnattarna har hittat hit



Den som last Muminbocker lika flitigt som jag, vet att hattifnattarna alltid ar pa resa.

De aker bat, och jag trodde i min enfald, att man kunde se dem endast i nordliga vatten.

Men nu har de tydligen beslutit sig for att gora en resa i vikingarnas spar, for de har hittat anda ner till Fécamp.

Kanske det ar for att jag fortfarande laser Muminbocker, om och om igen.

De har klattrat upp for kalkbergsvaggen, och ar nu pa vag ner for sluttningen mot huset dar jag bor. Det ar blott nagra tio meter kvar.

Jag undrar om det gar for mig som for Muminpappan? Varfor skulle de annars vara har? Och jag medger, jag hoppas verkligen att de tar mig med pa sitt nasta elektriska aventyr!

15 commentaires:

SusuPetal a dit…

Oj, så fina! Hoppas att du upplever en underbar äventyr med hattifnattarna!

lha64 a dit…

Kanske dom är på väg till Spanien eller till och med till Portugal? Där ska dom vänta på fartyget till Amerika som dom ska ta över...

Ash a dit…

Interesting!

Anonyme a dit…

De kommer att ta dig med till Skeppsholmen för de talade de om för mig när de var här.
Passar ju bra med middag där då.

Reflex a dit…

Il me semble qu'ils ne sont pas comestibles...je me trompe peut-être...

Rolka a dit…

C'est koi ça ? Les alignements de Carnac ? Faut quand même de la terre très spéciale pour faire pousser des trucs pareils, non ? C'est comme le maïs transgénique que vous aviez montré l'autre jour...Vous êtes sûre que vous n'êtes pas sur une ancienne déchetterie ou un machin comme ça ? J'ai vu des lotissements se construire sur d'anciens trous remblayés où l'on jetait tout durant des années auparavant. Lorsque les gens bêchaient leur petit jardin, il remontaient de drôles de trucs parfois, comme des ressorts de vieux sommiers, des cartouchières ou autres détritus bizarres. Mais ce n'est peut-être pas le cas ici, je l'espère pour vous !

Isopeikko a dit…

Fint. Jag väntade hela tiden på ordet "elektrisk". Jag kommer ihåg hur vackert och skrämmande de hattifnattarna var i en film. Det var ett riktigt blixuppträdande.

hpy a dit…

Pour ceux qui ne connaissent pas les Hattifnatts, je conseille vivement les livres de Tove Jansson. On trouve des traductions en français.

taittems a dit…

I am sorry I can't read this, but we call these shaggy manes and I lvoe to eat them. They are bad to eat with alchol though--that will make you sick.

You may know that already, maybe that's what you said.

Mary (Imagik)

hpy a dit…

I wouldn't eat them with or without alcohol.
No, I was speaking about them looking like Hattifnatts. And you can read about Hattifnatts (even though they may be called by an other name in English) in the Moomin Books written by Tove Jansson.

taittems a dit…

OH! Why wouldn't you eat them, they are very tasty and delicately flavored, as long as a dog hasn't releived hiself on them. They are very good! But they contain a chemical used to break people of drinking that causes nausea.

I am interested in reading and in books. Is it a (are the) children's book(s)? Mary :-D

taittems a dit…

I looked for the on Amazoin and found some and saw the pictures, nice! :-D

hpy a dit…

They are children's books but I read them over and over again. For me they are also books for adults. Maybe even more so. You can google up Tove Jansson in order to find more information about her and her books. I really recommend them. They have been translated to several languages. The first ones were written in the fifties if I'm not wrong. Tove Jansson was a Finnish artist (writing in Swedish, but that's a compliacted story about a country where you have two official languages) who died in 2001.

taittems a dit…

Do you eat any wild mushrooms? DO your friends?

If you don't mind saying, where are you located?

I will definitely check out those books! Thanks! :-D

I love chiclren's books, especially those that are good for adults, and if theya re suitable, we will read them to our 12-year-old son. We still read to him every night.

taittems a dit…

Oh, and of course, shaggy manes are no only edible but delicious--as long as you don't have them with alcohol--do look them up.