Shrine number 90. Christ on a bike, I must be mad!!!
Well, actually, I fully blame *you*! You are inciting the madness. I am merely too weak to resist. And no signs of the madness abating. Number 91 already made. Numbers 92 and 93 will probably be the final two episodes of Hannibal. And five RAPS on the order list. There is hope, dear people whom I owe a shrine! With my self-imposed “One RAPS per episode” project I have gotten into the swing of producing at least one shrine per week. And so it looks as if I am heading for the magic 100 in the near future.
Today’s RAPS has already been presented by the recipient on her blog. She has done so beautifully, and much in the same way as I usually do it, plus she has weaved a sweet little story around it. Have a look at Hariclea’s post here. Her post says it all, so I’ll be quick on this one.
Hariclea was due a Thank You-RAPSoid for her participation in the RAPS for Charity initiative which she supported with a generous donation, as well as her general backing of my creative endeavours, and after our little pilgrimage to the Old Vic stage door, when I was in London last month, I made her a PCM.
Mr A as we like to remember him – hopefully elated after a draining performance of the demanding Proctor in The Crucible. He’s just about visible in the back there, still on stage of the Old Vic. The door can be closed on him, if he’s getting too intense 😉
And if you look closely at Mr A, I’ve showered his best bits with bits of glitter… purely for the tactile sensation when stroking the… ok, let’s not go there!
The uncrowned king of the London stage? I decided to bring out the Royal crest of arms again because it adorns not only the logo of the Old Vic, but also the logo of the Royal Opera House. And Hari is best known for her expert knowledge of opera and her frequent outings to that venerable cultural institution… Hence also the little silver heart underneath Convent Garden…
Oh, summer of love… I hope this will remind Hari of good times. It sure did me when I was making it… Thanks for all your support, Hari, and for the entertainment you have provided in London and here. To be repeated, soon! ❤