It’s our anniversary – whoop, whoop! We always make our own cards; never buy, no matter how cheap 🙂
This year we’re a having a bit of a… misunderstanding. Spot the difference:
Husband’s card to me:
Now, my card to Husband:
Hmmm…. the devil is in the detail. Maybe, my marriage feels longer because of the extra luggage I bring?
Challenge No.2: What’s our favourite word this year?
Life Without Me is a prequel to Paula Goes to Heaven. It introduces Paula in all her earthly prima donna glory.
Life Without Me is currently on special at £0.99/ $1.25 kindle and £7.99 paperback on Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/Life-Without-Me-Anna-Legat-ebook/dp/B00TF70FWC/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1501150413&sr=8-1&keywords=anna+legat
Does this woman belong in Heaven? Don’t answer it – it’s a rhetorical question.
Do you remember Paula from Life Without Me? The washed-up actress with a chequered past and a ferocious sexual appetite? You may remember that she is dead. Your memory does not deceive you – she is. And she is on her way to Heaven. It’s a long and bumpy road, considering that her starting point is in Hell. Plus she has a lot of baggage: two men and a child.
So, this is my summer writing project: a story of Paula’s journey to Heaven. Will she ever get there or will her past catch up with her? Do you have the nerve to find out? Huh?
BTW: Life Without Me is now on special at £0.99 Kindle and down to £7.99/£6.60 for a paperback. A chance to discover Paula’s humble beginnings! https://www.amazon.co.uk/Life-Without-Me-Anna-Legat-ebook/dp/B00TF70FWC/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1500985915&sr=8-1&keywords=anna+legat
Daughter and I were having a bad hairday. Something had to be done. I went to a hairdresser. Daughter went to a witch doctor. We are both happy.
I am delighted to inform the world that our resident lone-ranger Pigeon has a girl-friend!
He used to live on the ground, waddle about aimlessly, picking up leftovers from under the tree feeder, dropped by other airborne birdies. You could say he suffered from depression and low self-esteem, as any overweight, lonely pigeon would.
But no longer!
Pigeon has been seen whispering a sweet-nothing into a lady-pigeon’s ear on top of a wall, observed jealously by a blackbird. There was also some canoodling and a couple of mounting attempts. Oh dear, I hope they are taking suitable precautions!
Jealous blackbird applying to join hatch.com
And look! There are plenty of fish in the sea, or hot birds in the sky, as the case may be:
I am delighted to inform the world that our resident lone-ranger Pigeon has a girl-friend! He used to live on the ground, waddle about aimlessly, picking up leftovers from under the tree feeder, dropped by other airborne birdies. You could say he suffered from depression and low self-esteem, as any overweight, lonely pigeon would. But […]
via I feel it in my fingers, I feel it in my pigeon toes… — Anna Evans-Wylie