Happy Sunday my dear ladies and occasional gentleman, I believe it is ‘HAPPINESS WEEK’ somewhere in the world this week.

Ronald went into town for his SUNDAY PAPERS this morning and the young lady with the RUBENESQUE figure was overcome by a gigantic yawn.

“Heavy night?” enquired Ronald

“No” replied RUBENESQUE young woman, “I’m pregnant, and I am constantly tired”

“Oh” replied a bemused Ronald.

As he explained to me on returning home ” How could she tell she was PREGNANT, she was big enough to fit six babies in and not notice!”.

That’s EVOLUTION I told him, the younger generation are all getting bigger, just as we are bigger than our grandparents.

“They should have more self-control over their eating” said Ronald pouring his second glass of GUINNESS.

This afternoon I shall be MAKING-OVER a ‘DAMES’ dress it needs a little TARTING up, here is the before picture, hopefully the after picture will show an improvement. I also have some princess dresses to do.

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Yours Sewingly



PRINCESSES, POTATOES, PORT & VERBIAGE. Sunday, another wet and windy day, I knew I shouldn’t have given Ronald extra BRUSSELL SPROUTS.

Last night was our first rehearsal for this years village PANTOMIME, ‘THE PRINCESS AND THE PEA’ which I write with certain people in mind and which I had cast, following a read-through. Problems, last night more girls turned up who want to be PRINCESSES in the panto and someone else informed me that they would not be able to be a PRINCESS after all. So I was able to fill one role with one of the extras and today I have to write some extra lines for the other two DIVAS. It’s a good job my mind is full of MISCELLANY, I should be able to come up with some NONSENSICLE VERBIAGE!

My friend Veronica telephoned me as she is full of EXCITING IDEAS for the NEW YEAR; one of which is starting her own ‘BLISS’. I will let you know more as she gets to grip with the TECHNOLOGY.

Well I am off to pour a little PORT whilst I boil the POTATOES up ready for ROASTINGROAST POTATOES. Once they are in the oven I shall leave them to Ronald he likes a good toss before dinner. He says I don’t turn over enough so he likes to do it for himself.

Yours Portingly


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