KEEP OFF THE GRASS
My friend Annabella has been dog and house sitting, with strict instructions to make sure the dog, Monty doesn’t go on the grass. As you see from the picture, she followed the rules to the letter. Also, he was to have no chocolate cake… That’s a plastic one, so it’s alright. She had a bit of a panic when she was putting the bins out and Monty followed her to the front garden. Luckily he didn’t want to run away, seemed he’s happy where he is.
Annabella had another bit of a panic when she was back at work, and colleagues asked to see her holiday snaps. She was about to pass her phone over with pics. on it when she realised, Monty’s owner was one of the eager people waiting to see the pictures, and Monty was top of the list with his choccie cake on the grass. So a bit of quick deleting was in order. Good job she’d already emailed him to me….
DID I GIVE A FLYING FORK, OR NOT?
Now here’s me, relaxing in the garden doing my thing. I was reading my new kindle at the time, when a voice from above shouts, “Can you chuck us a fork up please?” He leans out to show me that he remembered the sharp knife for cutting up his sausage and bacon, but forgot the fork.
“Of course,” I reply. Off to the kitchen cupboard I go, get the fork, and aim for the window.
“Nice and gently, underarm.”
I hurl it up, then… clang, it drops. Trying again, I aim, like, one, two, three.
“Nice and gently, underarm,” he repeats.
So hurling the fork, aiming for his hand, it twists and twirls, then sails jauntily over the six foot hedge and onto next door’s (my old maths teacher) back yard. Good job they were inside. I blame the postman. Fancy eating pot noodle on the job, then dropping the fork outside someone’s back door; things aren’t what they used to be are they?
Here’s a chap that will make you smile; if he doesn’t then Simon Cowell’s face will.
One extra adult giggle.
Out on my cleaning job, the hoover was halfway up some stairs and cables everywhere. As a chap went bleary eyed into the canteen, I shouted. “Watch you don’t trip.”
“I could do with a trip.” Was his reply. I don’t think he had Blackpool or Skeggie in mind.
In case you missed it, you can catch up with my latest Redington Serial here.
People’s Friend interview with Samantha Tonge coming soon.