I heard they were going to use rubber bands as posties throw them around like confetti in some places.
Altogether now!There'll be gliders over,The white cliffs of DoverAnd a corgi called RoverTo guard her Majesty!
Pretty good for a tired Grandad!
There was a time when the London Met' was substantially of Scots origin. Dixon of Dock Green and Andy, his son, could well have been thus. How about a follow up? Salmond of Soho Square?
Thanks people. As you may have gathered, I'm working part time now to help with the bairns.And it IS exhausting. The long lazy evenings on the laptop are now over, the house smells of dogs *and* nappies, cbeebies is now the only channel allowed on the idiot box and I've grown another pair of eyes in the back of my head...Demetrius, an interesting idea; maybe Broon of New North Britain Yard? Or is that Labouring the point:¬)
Must say you paint a lovely picture of domestic bliss!
The Ups far outweigh the Downs brownlie:¬)
I love the grandkids but the best part is, having filled them sugar and let them do things their parents NEVER permit, you send them home to let your children deal with the aftermath. Grandparents who have to, themselves, deal with the aftermath have my honest admiration for doing so.
Has the "Night Garden" hit North America yet Jeanne?
Not yet, but I hear it will start here soon. I'm not sure if that's good or bad though. lol
I should qualify that. I think they have it in Canada but all we "Americans" know Canada doesn't count. ;-)