Milo and I attended a very fun party yesterday hosted by Hanna Howard on her blog.
It was all I could do to keep Milo from over indulging in the dandilion tea, and he's feeling a bit barfy this morning.
But we met some fascinating people.
Two really stunning girls who almost came to blows over Milo's cute cuddliness, but were both a bit put off by the maggots. (Milo is the MC in my MG Adventure, Zombie Rabbit). We had to really try to keep this information from reaching Bonnie, (his owl pellet girl friend). I suspect she knows something becasue she's been babbling about it all morning.
There was also an industrious young lady who kept her hoodie over her face the whole time, but Milo suspects she's lovely. (And I agree)
Milo thinks that there was a spark between this young lady and the male kindergarten teacher that attended. I'm with Milo, I think they'd make a great couple.
And I was particularly facsinated with the albino young man who devotes his life to book restoration. Milo doesn't appreciate how difficult a physical difference, such as albinism, can make life for humans. Albinism is a highly sought after quality in rabbit society. But I really felt for the challenges this young man has to face on a daily basis. At least he lives in Alaska, unlike the two albino orphans I know who live in Africa. These unfortunate children are under threat of being hunted by witch doctors for their body parts. Anyway, I digress.
Milo and I had so much fun. You can check out the guest interactions on hanna's blog: http://lunathetypewriter.blogspot.com. We had never attended a character party, but it was really cool.
Have you ever been to a party where your characters attended and interacted with the characters of other people's books? I thought it really streched Milo to see how he acted around people, not to mention under the effects of dandilion tea.
Thank you Hanna for the party