Homemade Easter Greetings

Don’t worry, I haven’t been at the Origami again, folding up a a fluffy flock of misshapen chicks for the fox I made earlier to eat. Although it’s an idea.

The kids made these:

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Happy Easter!

My own Easter treat has nothing to do with chocolate and is mainly to do with acid jazz: I will be out to see the James Taylor Quartet who I have loved for years but never seen. It says smart dress only which rather rules out the maternity jeans I bought accidentally the other day. Oh well, I thought at the time, at least I won’t have that awful moment of “will they fit?” when I put them on.

I never try things on in shops any more. I am my own personal shopper. I bring stuff home for my own approval or nul point in my own bedroom with my own mirror that, funnily enough, is not fitted out with a harsh white light…

Rudi does his best to make the experience shoplike though. He has a habit of flinging the curtains wide across the window when I am at my most deshabille for the whole street to see.

Lucky street.

Posted on April 4, 2010, in Children, Easter, Music and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. jazzy easter:
    jtq won’t disappoint:
    I’ve seen them loads and they always make me shimmy:
    ^_^

  2. Stephen Foster

    I see both your girls are still at home then : )

    Dylan has the same Rudi-curtain habit. He did it his morning when Someone* was drying their hair in only their knickers.

    * not me, grey barnets self-dry to a lovely crinkle

  3. Lucky Norwich street too then 🙂

    Maybe it’s part of a sighthound’s mission statement.

    That and putting mud all over the bed 😕

  4. Stephen Foster

    The streets of Norwich and Essex must be abounding with a specialised sect of pervs 🙂 Prob some sub-branch of the Catholics.

    Congratulations of finding how to do a slide show btw, that is very exciting.

  5. my ex’s father often said to his wife “Trudi, don’t get dressed in front of the window, people will think I married you for your money”:
    nice

  6. I think I might use that one.

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