Some light at the end of the tunnel. We should soon be allowed to have family around for food and conversation. Hopefully by the end of March I’ll be able to go to the shooting range again. With luck we can go to a restaurant for my son’s birthday at the end of April. AndContinue reading “Roadmap out of lockdown.”
What time is it when an elephant sits on your fence? Time to get a new fence! How do you know there’s an elephant in your fridge? Footprints in the butter! Why did the elephant paint the soles of her feet yellow? So she could hide, upside down, in custard! What’s grey, has four legsContinue reading “Elephant jokes.”
I saw this tree on my walk today. It appears to be dead but I expect it is teaming with insects, bugs and creepy-crawlies. Judging by the damage to the bark I think the birds have been enjoying the bounty. I’m tempted to buy some grass and flower seeds to spread on the verge ofContinue reading “Lighter nights.”
Had a chilled out Sunday. Did very little and finished with a trip to the Macdonald’s drive thru and a bottle of wine. Now to watch News of the World with Tom Hanks.
Had a bad few nights. I’ve not been sleeping properly and I’m convinced I have sleep apnea. Not to mention that yesterday I went for a walk with my kids and whilst I was waiting for them to explore and rush about I got cold and my arthritis started to ache. I fell asleep onContinue reading “So tired …”
Inspired by the night time ritual with my children. “A glass of milk, alone, is a splendid treat. A biscuit, solo, tastes oh so sweet. There must have been a time when milk and biscuit were sister and brother because when taken together they complement one another. Just before bed they can help you sleep.”Continue reading “Milk and a biscuit. A poem.”
It’s time for your bath baby Joshua. Put you in the tub for a washua. Scrub scrub scrub your little botua. Until you are nice and clean Joshua.
In and out and up and down and twice around and through. This is how far I’d go to show my love for you.
The last of my Christmas Day yeti musings. YouTube video
The Christmas decorations are boxed up and back upstairs in the junk room, as my wife refers to the room we store all the necessary bits and bobs to run a family household. Just a few sweets, mince pies and a drop of Rum to finish off before Christmas is really over. I expect everyoneContinue reading “That’s it for 11 months.”