COTTON GUSSETS!

COTTON GUSSETS? I hear you ask dear ladies and occasional gentleman.

The definition of a COTTON GUSSET is a piece of material used to REINFORCE or ENLARGE A garment.

GUSSETS are very important and I employ all of you dear ladies now that SPRING has finally SPRUNG and the weather is warmer.

Only wear KNICKERS with a COTTON GUSSET, you will never regret it.


It may be that as the years roll by you may as the definition hints at, need to enlarge your gussets but do not despair. This means you have more to offer.

Yours Cottonly

Celia

HIDE AND SEEK AND HIDE THE SAUSAGE

My dear ladies and occasional gentleman, as you can see Hirsute Roley had great fun today playing HIDE AND SEEK with the neighbours.

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Ronald had been busy digging over a piece of garden for me. When I pointed out I needed the soil finer there was a bit of GRUMPING.

He cheered up watching Hirsute Roley and called out, ” when I’ve finished PAINT-ROLLING this earth, why don’t we play HIDE THE SAUSAGE?”

I expect like me this is a new game to you. I’m not sure if we need a DICE.

Yours Gamily

Celia

 

CUPCAKES, SCONES AND PRETEND BAKING HANDS

CUPCAKES, SCONES AND PRETEND BAKING HANDS


My dear ladies and occasional gentleman as you can see I have been baking for a Parish Cream Tea. The scones are hiding in the tin foil.

No Ronald! Just because you strategically placed your hands in the photograph the lovely ladies and occasional gentleman won’t be fooled into thinking you baked them!

Yours Cakily

Celia

A PLETHORA OF CHOPPERS!

A PLETHORA OF CHOPPERS? Whatever  can she mean, I hear you ask my dear ladies and occasional gentleman.

Well my dear friend Theresa and I went to a nearby market town for a little jaunt. Being market day there was plenty to see and imagine our surprise when we came across a PLETHORA of CHOPPERS.

This was very pertinent, for as you may remember we have a new WOODBURNER. Little did I know about the accessories Ronald seems to need for something that was meant to save us money.

He’s hankering for a new CHOPPER but not just any old chopper but one that has a SPECIAL head, one that splits logs.

Theresa who can spot a CHOPPER at 3 miles, found the perfect one amongst the many but unfortunately when she went to lift it, found that it wasn’t quite right.

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“It’s a bit heavy and too short for Ronald” she said “He’s used to a longer one.”

I bow to her superior knowledge.

Yours Choppily

Celia