Sunday, 28 April 2013

Cushion of moss

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  1. It looks so comfortable! Could be dampish though...

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  2. Beautiful. And I envy you the moisture as well. We are dry, dry, dry. Drat it.

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  3. I did not sit on it, and will try not to even when dry, though it looks very tempting.

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  4. I recognise that as one of my 'Sit and Rest a While' places.

    Are you sure you wouldn't feel comfortable sitting there for a while?

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  5. I'd be comfy but my meaty ass (not fat, meaty...) might do damage

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  6. Much less in the last few days though, having devised a plan to kick worry where it hurts.

    I threaten it with the Sean Connery Bond voice: The name ish QuiShhcottie. Don QuiShhcottie...

    I am now kicking worry's balls and ass, believe me.

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  7. Oh, that's so lovely! How beautiful!

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  8. It is nice eh? I may have to go all soft and twee and borrow a teddy from Princess QuiScottie's collection and sit it down there for a photo.

    It IS Princess QuiScottie's collection, I insist... I do still have my own Teddy, but he is in retirement up in the loft. I suppose he may be needing some more milk and biscuits by now, poor Ted.

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  9. Poor Ted, exiled to the loft. Go and get him and put him in a suitable place of honour.
    And take some photos of him while you're at it.

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  10. That photo may well happen Ashley, although I'll need to take the daughter along in case anyone spots me alone in the woods sitting a teddy on a cushion of moss. And I will get daughter to take one of me beside Ted, but then I've got the one of me in the furry hooded pyjamas to take too - you are building up a list of requests. Oh, just asked my lady to accompany me to the woods with Ted for photographs and got the "are you going even more mad?" look. I suppose I should have explained the story behind the request first.

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