Simply celebrating life
while I partake of my rare t-bone steakI'll make sure it's not filet of snakeI'm pretty sure rattles might tip the scalesand send my tiny mind right off the rails!
David, You're never a bore,I want to hear more!
Oh, what a cute little rhymeWish I had a little more timeFor then I would try one, too,To match what you can do.
I thought you said a Brahma door And took my dinner to the barn.When bull saw I was eatin' his wifeHe didn't like it worth a darn.He started tearing the barn apart.I didn't know what to do!Then he broke my plate and stepped on my steak And now he's really in a stew.
Thanks for post below...love those mime artists! So clever!Saw one in Dublin once, so convincing, but when you dropped a coin in their basket they came alive with bells and whistles! Very clever!Saw a good post on the My World segment just nowhttp://thestitchingroom.blogspot.com/2009/05/my-world-tuesday-14-north-arm-market.html?showComment=1241494020000#c1909587292007651900now I am not sure whether this will work...it was from Leanne in Adelaide (41)..she had some lovely photos!
Actually the previous post of Leanne's of Semaphore beach is even more remarkable, I think!
But if in France you sip wineand hope to keep your waistlineJust know crustaceans served thereCome served avec les plus beurre
You encourage me to try a rhymeI really wish I had more time...more to follow when brain gears engagethat's when I'll turn to another clean pageDon't laugh...
You became my visitor no 75000:)
mmmmm, now that would be great for dinner...
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