Cold Comfort

Very happy to hear Clive Fagenbush being raked over the coals by the First Assistant Curator, Nigel Bollingsworth. He’d caught wind of the statue incident and seemed to think Fagenbush was more responsible than I. He accused Fagenbush of sloppy work and told him if he didn’t shape up, he’d have to recommend he be dismissed.

This is just one of the many reasons I am quite fond of Nigel Bollingsworth. He doesn’t seem to life Fagenbush any more than I do. That and he doesn’t seem to think I’m a pest.

17 Responses to “Cold Comfort”

  1. dee Says:

    Theo,
    I really like your book. My favorite part so far is when Fagenbush tried to steal the statuette. Right now, I’m worried about Isis. I won’t find out what happens until tomorrow, because Mom says her throat is getting sore from reading so many pages today. Hopefully, I can check back here again soon and see what else you’ve been up to. I think it’s pretty cool that you have your own website.

    Your friend,
    Maggie
    (dee’s 7yo daughter, and your biggest fan!)

  2. Paige Says:

    Then I’m your second biggest fan! I’m doing my book report on your book!!! Oh, and great job on finding the Was sceptor! I’d ask my mom to put this website on my white list, but my internet conection isn’t working right now. I like how Henry says Bragging Snot! It’s funny!
    Paige :)

  3. Paige Says:

    Hey, Maggie, don’t worry! I just finished the book today at lunch, and Isis turns out okay! you’ll see!
    Paige:)

  4. theodosia Says:

    Hi Maggie!

    I’m so glad you found the website! Although I’m very sorry about your mum’s sore throat. Oops.

    You’re very kind to worry about poor Isis, but remember, research and knowledge (with a dash of good luck) usually win out in the end…

    And Paige, good luck with your book report!

  5. dee Says:

    Theo,
    My mum just read me another section in your book. I found out that you are homeschooled, just like ME.
    I LOVE your book. It’s really, really good.

    ~Maggie

  6. Paige Says:

    Hey, Theodosia,  I’m wondering, do you have any exibits with mandalas?
    Paige :)

  7. theodosia Says:

    Hi Paige,

    You’ll notice I edited your comment a bit. It’s important not to spoil the book for others who might not have finished it yet, and I thought your comment might give too much away. ;-)

    And I don’t believe we do have any mandalas…but not 100% certain. Will check with Father when he’s not so busy.

  8. Paige Says:

    Thanks.
    Paige ;)

  9. Theodosia Says:

    Maggie, I’m SO GLAD you like the book!

  10. Paige Says:

    Theo, how could I send you pictures?
    Paige :)

  11. Paige Says:

    Hello? Is Theo out there? Hello? Heeeellooooo?
    Paige :)

  12. Theodosia Says:

    I’m here, Paige, but I have lots of duties needing my attention (the Egyptian Calendar, for example, and writing the next book) so I don’t get to read (and answer) comments as often as I’d like.

    I’m not sure there is a way to send pictures. I’ll have to research that and get back to you…

  13. Paige Says:

    Oh, sorry. But the Egyptian calendar sounds interesting. When you can, could you tell whether it is an Egyotian calendar or not?
    Paige :)

  14. Shayda Says:

    Paige, you wrote Egyotian instead of Egyptian. Just wanted to point out the mistake.

  15. Paige Says:

    I probably pressed the ‘o’ key instead of the ‘p’ key. Are you close to the end of the book? Tommorow is Monday.
    Paige :)

  16. Kaitlyn Says:

    Are we really in 2007? still? Nope. Actually, it’s 2008 NOW!!
    Sorr, sorry. Just impatient.

    :) :):):)

  17. Claire Says:

    Beware, Theo! Bollingsworth is not as he seems….