Saturday, 19 October 2013

Aliens, clouds, spies, curry and vineyards

 You can always tell that you might be standing next to spies when one man in a raincoat and designer sunglasses reading the Times newspaper says . . . . . The gazelles are not happy pushing the supermarket trolleys in the mud. And then another man in a raincoat with designer sunglasses reading the Times newspaper says  . . . . .  The bicycle has climbed the tree in the wood again, I will light the fire. . . .  I did add . . . The Seagulls are less active when the Queen sings. But I was told seagulls are very old school and no modern spy fresh from the headphones of GCHQ would even know what a seagull was these days, now we have the internet and stuff.




Anyway other than encounters with spies and a small grumpy alien who refused to abducted Mr Jones on the grounds that he was naked yet again and  that they had already adducted him three times this year; and really knew as much as they needed to know about him, not a lot has happened today. Oooooo yes I might have seen a pirate or it may have been a duck, sometimes if things move fast the mind will change the things to a more suitable object to fit in with the situation, like for example seeing a tap dancing crow holding a ice cream on the Eifel tower . . . in a cloud above the house while digging a hole with a pickaxe.

Mr F is with us for the weekend and we went off to a vineyard to drink hot chocolate and discuss cheese. It was a very nice vineyard just the other side of Churchstoke and they we right in the middle of their main harvest, I don’t drink wine which explains the hot chocolate.  I also continued to dig my new hole with the pickaxe although it started to rain from an interesting looking cloud which stopped that in its tracks as they say . . . Yes a hole does not make tracks, so not an ideal saying really.  And we have been for a curry in Monty with Mr F which was good.

And really that is about it I think.


Ooooooo some folk are doing a jigsaw as I am typing this by the way and I am also drinking tea.

8 comments:

  1. You can't beat a good cup of tea. I have tried and it can't be done.

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    1. I agree Mr H, not even with an egg whisk..... Say hello to the new Mrs H for me and if she starts a blog I will be there to do my bit and cheer loads.

      :)

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  2. I just had a dream where an alarm clock woke me up. But then I never reaLLy woke up. More later .... ... .. .

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    1. I would never want to go to a tower caLLed the "I Fell Tower". I am imagining suicide attempts at first but then thought of hang gliders. In the case of hang gliders I think it best to find "I Flew Towers".

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    2. It was the site of several attempts to fly by man before he learnt to fly. I think you would have to be slightly mad to use such a spot for your test flight.

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    3. Perhaps there were slightly fewer houses and people yet more horses to land on back then.

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    4. Horses would also indicate hay for food so you are probably right.

      Logic will always find a way

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    5. Its like my mother alwayssaid about The French, "They may never figure out how to build a horse powered aeroplane, but they know how to build a fine long landing lane with a horse at just the right position." And I would question her, "Mother, do you mean 'runway' with a 'windsock' to tell the wind direction?" and she would look at me for a few seconds, then respond, "Oui".

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