Friday, 17 May 2013

Doris, Rudolph and Edna

It was a wet and windy day in May
and MrsM sat down to write her list

"10 things to do this summer!"


1.
Drink a Sea Breeze cocktail
2.
Have a picnic on a boat
3.
Swim in the sea


4.
Enter a cake competition in a village fete
5.
Grill halloumi cheese
6.
Go to an outdoor theatre event


7.
Go to the zoo with Miss Maisie
8.
Use nasturtium flowers in a salad
9.
Watch cricket with MrM


10.
Work out what on earth
I am going to wear
to the GeogSoc Boat Party.


A little tiny wave
to our lovely friend Cathy of Menopausal Musing.
She is not blogging at the moment
because she is Very Busy
but I hope she will enjoy this post.

9 comments:

  1. I think she will. I hope you can tick all those things off. I'm inspired to make my own list and it may well include some of yours. The wv is very apt - 'May' and 'ahoont' which sounds nautical.

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  2. Waving right back at you!

    Numbers four and five are on my list too.

    I went to an outside event last weekend, and as she sang it, it poured:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M5BTcYImuB4

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  3. A life jacket perhaps ?

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  4. I am filled by shame by the last picture. We did actually have to measure hemlines in the very prestigious girls' school in which I worked!

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  5. Oh I enjoyed it, especially the vintage cozzies, and you've reminded me to go and visit Cathy.

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  6. I do miss Cathy!

    I hope you definitely get to have Nasturtiums in your salad, they are heavenly, especially the little pointed bit at the back, where the nectar is.

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  7. My list is much simpler:
    try to get through what seems to be yet another hectic, crazy, break-your-back-for-a-few-dimes summer probably wihtout enjoyinf the sea and my sweet little boat. Again.

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  8. Brilliant photos! And I'm waving to Cathy... miss you loads!

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  9. Such lovely photos. I <3 this blog so much....

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