ONE RINGING BELL HEADQUARTERS—Here at HQ, we’re bidding a fond farewell to Eloise, one of our triplets. Eloise’s new loving staff is Betty and Griff (Betty shown holding Wilbur. A very blurry Eloise in foreground). As with Sara’s staff, Betty and Griff have many associates to help them with the care and feeding of Eloise.
For now, Carl will be taking over Eloise’s job as printing supervisor (shown here with Carl in training).
Though we’ll miss Eloise, we’ve already heard she’s adjusting well at her new headquarters, and we'll continue to bring you periodic updates.
Meanwhile, Wilbur has accepted a permanent position with the animal brigade at HQ.
He’ll be focusing on four areas of responsibility.
Computer screen cleanliness: Screen is shown just one swipe away from being dust free.
Tassel maintenance: We all know how unruly those pesky tassels can be
Laundry inspection: Just to double check for stray bits of Purina Kitten Chow
Lucy Grooming: Why, with all her digging in the back yard, someone had to take over the job of keeping Aunt Lucy’s face clean.
As you can see, Wilbur will be challenged in many ways, and we hope we’ve not overloaded him. But his mother, Belle, has promised to assist in the event Wilbur falls behind.
Upstairs cats, Isabelle and Misty, have expressed their alarm at the news that Wilbur has accepted a permanent position at HQ.
“That’s right,” Misty added. “You can’t look at those two sideways or they’re all over you. It won’t be safe to walk the halls at night with Wilbur here. Exactly, who approved this? Nobody asked us what we thought.”
“And what is wrong with his nose?” Isabelle asked. “Is it …dirty?” She shuddered.
Aunt Lucy, of course, is thrilled with the news. “Why, I knew the day I found him lost in the ivy bed when he was only a week old, that we were going to be special buddies.”
All the staff at One Ringing Bell is working hard to bring you the latest in developments. Stay tuned for more on the triplets and tuxedo you’ve come to know and love as well as news from all the animal associates here at HQ.
From the Message: "The world's a huge stockpile of God-wonders and God-thoughts" (Psalm 40:5).