Lucinda, Phoebe and Bippy were college roommates at Wellesley. Lucinda, now married to the CEO of a large company that makes dog biscuits, was known at Wellesley for her cupcakes. Perhaps not the kind sold at a bakery, but fine cupcakes nontheless. Phoebe was president of her sorority, Etta, Betta, Goetta. She is on her fifth marriage and seems to be as happy as she ever gets. Bippy, who, shall we say, had a questionable reputation while at Wellelsey, now patron for several charities, including Rid Rabies, an organization that inoculates raccoons.
Lilliput and her Cupcakes
Countess Lilliput Peacock descends from a long line of fine pastry bakers. Her mother was Bavarian and her father was a Count from Vienna. Rumor has it the title was purchased from an unscrupulous minion from Prague. Lilliput has never married, causing dismay to her family. She said “Pastries and cupcakes fill a void no man could ever fill.” She was recently name president of the Society for the Preservation of the Cupcake. A role she has brought custard-like devotion to.
Mad Hatter Gone Wild
Matilda Grace Carroll was originally named Susie Slayhook, but changed her name to Matilda Grace Carroll after reading Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland 43 times. She goes around to different towns with the the Mad Hatter Burlesque Review she put together in 2001. Prior to 911 Matilda was a manicurist at the Bon-Bon Salon. After the tragedy of 911, she decided life was all about living, not just existing, hence, she quit her job and put together the Mad Hatter Review. The review in the New York Times was a bit brusque, but undeterred, Matilda’s show has sold out in 90% of the towns it visits.
Francoise the French Girl
Poor Francoise has no last name. She lost it in a poker game just outside the Moulin Rouge, where she tried to fake a job as a mime. Since that time, she has been living with an artist who cut off his ear in honor of Van Ghoh. She needs to leave this unhealthy relationship, but the artist has cast a spell on her and her confidence has been taken from her and put in a drawer. Please help her.