Lock the doors! Flush the keys!
and da is smiling! and do what UB said! xoxoxoxoxo
Sweet!!! Enjoy their company, Map. xoxoxo
So is that you off down the pub then? ;)
Lucky man---guess you don't have to wash the dishes then
Isn't it nice to be loved? :)
UB; If only we could keep 'em locked up! :¬)sav; Da is happy. :¬)xoxoxoxo
Pon; I did. Sometimes it's grand being the only man in a household of five! :¬)xxxPat; Hallelujah! :¬)xxx
Scarlet; Every day is a party in our house! :¬)xxxKim; Care to join me for a pint? (Bringing the two youngest to the local to watch the final later this evening!) :¬)
Clyde; I'm the only man in the house and still it's me who does the cooking and the dishes! And, I like it that way! :¬)hope; Nice doesn't even come near! :¬)xxx
Other than the fact it would take too long to get there, and I don't drink, there's also the problem that I loathe football.Apart from that I'd be up for it :)
Kim; well if you're going to be like that about it! :¬((The ONLY reason I'm going is 'cos the girls want to see it on the 'big screen'! And the beer. (me, not the girls!) If I never saw a game my life would still be grand.) :¬)
Ah, 'tis good to be back and see that all is well with the Stew family. Thanks, Map, for being here for me when I wasn't. Care to adopt me and add a son to all those daughters?
Hurrah! So, is it safe for you to go out now then?
I put it down to traumatic childhood experiences - see the blog post PE Teachers are Demons From Hell :)
Charlie; Now, there's a man that gladdens me heart! Thanks for droppin' by my good pal, you have a way of lightening a man's heart! I will gladly have you as my one and only son! Welcome back. :¬)Madame DF; I had a blast with the daughters in the pub this evening watching the final. Their Mom came to take them home at a timely hour though, as it should be! (Da wasn't out too long after either, got to show example etc.) :¬)xxxKim; I will be back after reading your link. :¬)
Kim; Just read your post, funnily enough, our childhood sporting experiences were quite similar, except for the shower episodes. Ours, though catholic was a poor school, and much as the 'Brothers' would have liked us all to have showers while they watched, showers were a 'luxury' we didn't have. Though some teachers still insisted we change out of sports gear in front of them at the side of the pitch! :¬/
Ah! All the Stews under one roof!Pearl
Pearl; They are getting older and unfortunately the days when we will all be under the same roof are getting lesser and lesser. A sign of Ma & Da getting older? :¬)xxx