originally posted by: WalkInSilence
originally posted by: Gordi The Drummer
Chrissie is great. I don't know how she does it. I'm very lucky!
Gordi do you a have genetic disposition to invite smart A.. comments?
I will refrain since I don't know you that well but only add. Does the marriage certificate in Scotland come with mind altering drugs for the poor
The boys are for sale.
Do they shovel snow, carry wood, clean chimneys, mow lawns wash cars and say "Thank you mam" no matter what I serve them. Do they come with a manual
and a certificate of sorts?
I promise not to take them to any major league sports game.
LOL - What have I done now??
I KNOW that I'm very lucky! (You've seen my pic right?? LOL)
Drugs?? LOL Ahhh - I don't actually have a Scottish marriage certificate!!!
I have one from the Dominican Republic!! (and that DEMANDS copious quantities of local Rum be consumed before they will perform the ceremony!) My
secret is OUT! LOL
The boys? Well, they are house trained.
They do ALL of the housework and chores without being asked.
They bring us breakfast in bed every morning after walking 3 miles in the snow to do the shopping.
They are angels and behave well at all times.
They eat all their fruit and veg and never complain about anything.
They never fight or shout or moan or make noise when I'm busy!!
They don't leave Bl**dy Toys EVERYWHERE!!! Despite being asked nicely a MILLION TIMES to put them away!!!!!
They always remember that there is a time limit on how much TV/Computer time they get, and they come off on time WITHOUT BEING TOLD TEN TIMES!!!! -
They're only for sale because.... because.... erm... my house is... shrinking with all this bad weather that's been going on! That's it... It's
shrinking! and the poor wee lambs need more room!
Ach, truth be told, ah'm jist a grumpy auld git!
The boys are pretty good really. (We get compliments all the time about how polite and well behaved they are - they obviously get that frae me!!
Re: The band - Yes I do play a version of "Loch Lomond", but we usually only do a mash-up of that and "Auld Lang Syne" for New Years shows, so I
haven't really got a recording of it anywhere. (Our version is just acoustic guitars and singing, so it doesn't really compare with the BIG production
on the Runrig version!)
@Night - Loved the latest story entries! Well done you!
Big G (G for grumpy!)