Also, a pinch and a punch for the first of the munch … er, a pinch and a punth for the first of the month … er … hey, that one simply won’t work! It is rather like Half a Pound of Tuppenny Rice with its treazel or weakle, isn’t it?
I left a prominent note for the family (who wake before me) suggesting that they beware of the mamba in the dishwasher. Younger Daughter left one back saying not to worry: she had relocated it to inside my computer.
Anyway, how about some mushroom for breakfast? Like one occupying “900 hectares (2,200 acres or 3.4 square miles or as large as 1,665 football fields) and estimated to be more than 2,400 years old?” That is one HUMONGOUS fungus!
You don’t believe me? Because of the date? Oh.
Well, good. Because if you don’t believe me, you are an April Fool!
Just take a look at the Armillaria gallica!
I am still writing like mad. The book is nearly at 100 000 words, now, and is giving me great fun. What the characters don’t get up to! And down to, too. Even sideways to …
Today is collection of birdies from school day – little R has been taking Peter and Paul home every weekend lately. Strange that she is the only kid to avail of this opportunity the school offers.
© April 2011 Colonialist (Letterdash/WordPress)
That’s a sharp younger daughter you’ve got there. Quite a riposte 😀
No wonder HER daughter is so sharp!
Little R loves her budgies. I think it’s wonderful for children to grow up with pets!
Love the pics 😉
Col, I strongly suspect you’ve imbibed another kind of mushroom.
Love the pretty girl and the birdies, I’ve got a soft spot for budgies.