A hangover is the Wrath of Grapes.
Just don't let him stare into the time void!
Can I live on your deck?...I'll bring Bagel.
Oi, Steve...I have GIRLS remember? Crikey, that lack of sleep is starting to do some damage darling. "Tant pis" as the sulky teenager in me says (actually, have a sulky teenager OUT of me as well and its hard yakka but that may be just cos she's a GIRL).Matty, why not? It's a large deck and when it starts to get wintery over here (soon) we can form a huddle which will be nice and warm. We get some great fat cheesy moons here too, so big you almost feel like you could reach up and grab it. The deck is a great place to be. Bagel more than welcome, does she like cats??
My God, that is beautiful. We had a sunset like that a few weeks ago. Not quite that beautiful, but almost.
Thanks Mike, we are rather pleased with our bit of paradise! It's getting colder in the mornings now so I won't be getting up too early to this scene for much longer.
Profuse apologies for the gender reassignment... guess that chocolate fish has been blown clean out of the water now, eh?
Ah Gallifrey, I remember it well. How nostalgic your beautiful photograph has made me...
Wow, what a lovely, lovely picture.Okay, I'll be joining Matty and Steve and popping over to yours very soon Amanda darling. Better get that barbie started! Chuck us another tinnie! Put another shrimp on the barbie! OC xx
S'alright Steve, if you ever do make it this far I am sure I can dredge up a chocolate fish for you! Poet, I have to admit that I am amzaed at how similar my photo is to the one in the link!OC, I can see I may have to spank you! It's them Aussie's who have tinnies and put shrimps on their barbies...
Oh sorry darling. NZers are much more sophisticated, huh?Please pass me another glass of wine, Amanda darling! And bring out another plate of canapes!That better?
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