And just remember to wear a long enough dress....otherwise Sheridan will be applaud!
And no one wants to see unsighty foundation garments.
I'd rather be outside sniffing flowers then inside. The nice weather is already tempting me.........
If with you sister, if actually left early today to go home and sit outside
Ah.... Violet Bucket ;-)
I sure hope your talking to me on a slim line telephone.
"I do believe something has pooped in my Polyanthus."
So its instant fertilizer your saying.
I'll teach her to call my roses lower middle class.
I'm a great fan of the olfactory organ too. While we're on the subject:There was an old man from AustraliaWho painted his bum like a dahliaTuppence a smellWas all very wellBut tuppence a lick was a failure.
I wonder. Is she distantly related to the lady from Wheeling who had a peculiar feeling.......
achoo! achoo! (wheeze) achoo! achoo!
That's alright.........i had to change my shirt anyway.
Here is a hand chief dear.......and you can keep it.
thank you (wheeze).
Hello, Hilary BooKAY!
'The "Bouquet" residence! Lady of the house speaking!'And what a bouquet/bucket Hyacinth, Daisy, Rose and Violet make!
All that and room for a jacuzzi. Or ginuzzi as the case may be....
And I bet you she's checking those leaves for dust. Its beautiful here today too........finally!
I bet she's good at the old whiff test too!
I've been smelling something but I don't think it's a rose...
I shutter to think............
If I'm home on Saturday nights, I always have to watch Keeping Up Appearances, in addition to the whole comedy line up.
One of my clients I landscape for could be this woman to a T. When she starts talking there is no getting away, and she is always watching me work.
With your arse and gams, id be looking too!!!!
What a lovely day it was!!!!! I was having a toyle in the garden myself today.
Enjoy your sunshine Mistress! I've had nothing but gloomy storm clouds all day. On a side note the creepy crawlers are out. My son texted me at work to say, "There was a huge snake in the driveway. " Eek! (runs away for sure)
That's the only thing I dislike about spring. When it rains, I always say it smells wormy.
She even has on her pearls! I can never get enough of those reruns. Meanwhile, I'll take your advice and smell the flowers tomorrow, its suppose to be another gorgeous day.
Yes,Hyacinth loves her potters in the garden, as long as their dressed appropriate. I absolutely love this time of year.
one hopes someone stopped and smelled your sweet little flower.
Some say more like a Venus fly trap.
Happy Spring finally! I love that show, but just once I'd like to see her neighbor Liz smack the hell out of her!!!
Why? You know she would only say she didn't do it properly with the right gloves on.
Spring? It was 97 degrees where I live today.
Be sure to carry your lace-edged kerchief - just in case!
I only hope to strive to her level of hosting one day.
Go ahead darling, tell me something fabulous!