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Category Archives: tongue in cheek
OK, it’s July, but the tree is up, and Santa is waiting in the wings…….. aka hanging from the doorknocker. You thought we were joking, didn’t you. Now depending on behaviour will determine which side is facing out:
This was the debut single from Herman’s Hermits in 1964 which reached the top of the charts for a couple of weeks. It came to mind this morning when I woke up, so I’ve come up with these lines which … Continue reading
This post is sort of an aside from this week’s Twittering Tales. Hubby sometimes talks about replacing the car with a horse and cart . It makes me wonder about his sanity (well, he did marry me) but there are … Continue reading
I haven’t done a Walk Thoughts post for a while, but at the moment I’m not walking as much as I did because of Maggie’s injury. So I’m cheating a bit and having a ‘Sitting Down’ thought instead, though actually … Continue reading
Have a giggle at this one again.
Reblog: Seeing as we don’t have either, this could be a challenge in our new house!
Tonight is Eurovision Night. For years, Hubby and I would watch and give our own score for the songs, then when we moved to the cottage in 2007 and had no TV, 2008 saw us listening to it on the … Continue reading
I am not nice when I’m not well, and it’s best to leave me alone to wallow in self pity. It was bad enough in the house, but at least I could shut myself away and suffer in sniffy silence, … Continue reading
This is our third winter on the boat and we have made our way into each Spring without incident, other than a bout of second-hand germs from those living in property. Poor Hubby is suffering today with the sniffles, an … Continue reading