borrowing a good idea. . . the letter B


"ten green bottles hanging on a wall. . ."

ok, now, brace yourself. . .
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you've been warned!
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"ten bare bottoms hanging. . ."

no no NO!!
that's enough cheekiness. . .

*slaps hand*

(cheeky, geddit. . .) (ENOUGH!)

bottles of balsamic


cute bottoms
(*blushes*)
(these look perfectly acceptable now, don't they)

bubbles in mineral water
(from a lake called Voss in Norway)

now, I decided we needed more* bubbles
(*on the basis that if some is good
more is better)
but first, we'll need a bath:

I'd love a bath like that!
now for the bubbles:

*lies back and relaxes*


blue moon
as sung by ELLA

Burton's Big Fish. . .

Brucie. . .
especially for The Brit!
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now, back to the serious stuff


believe

(thinking about what Ms Mel said about this)


but. . .
if I do - fail - I can always try again
the next time, another time, right?
.
and there's nothing wrong with a good laugh,
or a smile at least, is there?
..
(-:

and for Ms Mel:

bears
(the best kind of cuddly toys!)

19 comments:

Mel said...

Well done!!

Gosh.
Maybe you can do the alphabet of things that make you happy! Would that be cool or what?!

:-)

I'm smiling cuz you mentioning Big Fish made me think about Love Actually which was an absolutely wonderful film
Himself liked it muchly, believe it or not! :-)

Mel said...

AND you had photos---

Aren't you just a clever one!

Rimshot said...

As long as you continue trying, there is no such thing as 'fail'...you simply haven't succeeded yet!

Rimshot said...

...just saying.

Rimshot said...

;-P

katherine. said...

balsamic vinegar makes me happy...smile.

am so glad our friend enjoyed the movie...

Dave said...

Hi ho.

I, Like The View said...

morning Dave - there are silver linings out there somewhere, aren't there

ho hum

Katherine that's a very good b to smile about

and yes, how gladening that our friend thought that (and The Brit!)

Shot "yet". . . thanks

Mel one of the things I did to pass the time when I was living in The Tower was draw large b/w outline pictures of trees with an A-Z of words and little pictures for leaves and branches - I also did some with branches that were emotions and then the leaves on each branch were lots of associated words. . .

will have to look them out and colour them in

(-:

I used to make alphabet books (from scrapbooks) when the children were little - with pictures from wrapping paper and magazines to illustrate the words they needed to learn

so glad you watched the film and that you liked it

X

Mel said...

Geeze you are a wealth of talent and creativity.

<-- struggles to draw a stick person :-D

zIggI said...

did I miss 'A'?

I, Like The View said...

ZigZ I don't think I'm doing it in alphabetical order. . . (but, thanks to you, I now have some even cuter bottoms - must add them in!)

Mel if only it made me wealthy, I'd have one less worry. . . but it makes me rich in other ways

more important ones

(-:

and, hey, I've seen the pavement chalkings and the holiday pins - you might not be able to do stick people, but you are very creative in many many other ways!

XX

Mel said...

OKAY then......

*choking on coffee*

Which Ace's idea to put ten .... rearenduses.... up there for coffee choking purposes, was it?


*laughing!!!!*

k....Let's blame the stripper by night....
*laughing!*

Mel said...

And I learned about Brucie (not real kindly memories about that fella, apparently.....LOL)

He's wanting to know what show Stuart Hall made famous, what song was made about that show--and who sang it.

Good grief....This is suddenly like a game show in and of itself now. LOL
I'd like a cuddly toy, please? ;-)

I, Like The View said...

I think Stuart Hall was the presenter of an English version of a French international game show called Jeux Sans Frontiers (Games Without Frontiers). . .

the English version of which was

*scratches head*

<---- goes off to google it

It's A Knockout

can't imagine why I'd forgotten that. . .

the song of course was sung by that bald guy from Genesis. . .

I never really liked Brucie altho he's redeemed himself now he's a pensioner presenting ball room dancing audience participation game shows (there's a bit of choking and spluttering going on this end now)

and as for cuddly toys, I had a panda - but we;ll add Brucie and bears to the fun, shall we. . .

(-:

(and it was the witchy one who sent me the bare bottoms!)

Mel said...

*laughing*

Is SHE a stripper by night, by chance?

KIDDING!!!!

Absolutely LOVED the added bubbles, bath and bubble bath! (yup.....gonna get me one of them later.....)

I can see how himself found Brucie....interesting (not his word, trust me)....but MOST of all (cuz I have a soft spot for ones who talk to me) the bears.
Awwwwwwww....

:-)

You made my evening. Honest!


Himself made my afternoon--he made me a shoe rack for the closet. How cool was that? :-)

And you, m'dear were absolutely correct on the Stuart thing.
And I--have been very educated lots!

Mel said...

Omgosh.....and now dinner is going to be an educational experience.....

*laughing*

I'm on 'learning' overload!!!!!

moreidlethoughts said...

Bruce #!&**?ing Forsyth "didn't he do well!"
Now, I wouldn't want your readers to think I'm obsessed with nudity, but I must point out a small error. There are 12, not 10 bare bums. I counted. Just to make sure. Not because I'm obsessed. Of course.(Rather surprised Vicus has not, in his kindly fashion, apprised you of this smal [but perfectly formed!] error.
Boronia makes me happy.

katherine. said...

it was the DAY...remember?
student by day!

besides...she said it was the witchy one...not the bitchy one...so I am completely off the hook!

the pictures keep getting better and better....

Mel said...

ROFL at katherine!

And youse guys--Quit making me scroll past the butts.....

:-P Pffffffffffttttt!