1. i can't even begin to guess what that means.2. sweeeeeeeet! just what you both needed, sugar!3. xoxoxox ;~D
Jaysus & Joanie, is it anymore of the good stuff that can come out of a fine fella like yourself?
Sav; xoxox!Jimmy; You're up late lad.At the Sol again?I finished off the German Pils, on the Miller now!
I'm no up late pal, I'm up early for a trip down to Coventry to size up a wee job.I have nae doubts that the Sol will surface again the neet.Enjoy the Miller, and crack one open for me.
i like your dream.i think that had i been allowed to shop & smoke at Tesco, the whole experience might have been far more enjoyable. a fire hazzard, surebut more enjoyable, and that's the main thing.
Nuns and their filthy habits, eh?Sx
miller? the american beer? xoxox
Jimmy; yer a tough man.(hurryup, yer Miller's gettin' warm).the projectivist; sadly, I'm of an age where I remember when people DID smoke in shops!Scarlet; I know more than a couple of 'em!(Nuns AND their filthy habits!)Sav; the same. A popular choice this side of the pond. xoxox
Map - is that you and the youngest off on your adventures again? Tsk, you're spoiling her. Glad your heart is lighter.
I read this earlier today and didn't have time to comment. As a result, I've had the image of a chain smoking Nun following me all day. :)I do not have the girl gene for shopping. I got my Dad's gene for that...you know what you want, you walk in, grab it, pay for it and leave. I'm glad your daughter has the best of both worlds: shopping WITH her Dad.
Madame DF; spoiling? nah, it makes me happy.We plan to climb a mountain before the end of summer.hope; I am a lucky man to be in a position to spend time with my kids.
Every dream is strange. Did you ever hear anyone ever say "you know, I had a really ordinary dream last night..."?
Kim; I have ordinary dreams all the time. It is their very 'ordinariness' which makes them uninteresting, and I suppose thats why the strange ones stick out.But true, you never hear anyone say they had an ordinary dream.
Succinct and lovely. Sounds like a nice dad/daughter afternoon.As someone who remembers perhaps a handful of dreams a year, I have limited experience in the translation area, but I'm wondering if you've been harboring a secret desire to tell a figure of authority that they are not following the rules.That or you have just quit smoking.Pearl
Pearl; you may be closer than you think. I gave up smoking five years ago, same time as my big Sis.As for harbouring (note european spelling) secret desires about figures (of a religious bent) well you may be even closer!