Dear Self,
Why Me? sounds a lot better than whiney, don’t you think? But even so, don’t you let the rest of these letters turn into a major whine fest.

Dear Health,
I know the changes in the weather and the temperatures can sometimes have a strange affect on your mood and generally how you’re feeling, but could you please clear up this feeling of swarfega I have all over me. I can’t stand up without feeling as though I’m whooshing around.

Dear Mind,
Please pull yourself together. Obviously in the last letter you meant to say vertigo and not swarfega, which as we all know is a strong hand cleaner. Although I probably would still feel as though I’m whooshing around if I did have that all over me.

Dear June,
Hello. Are you here already?

Dear The Police,
Thank you ever so much for returning the bicycle that was stolen from the garden. I hope justice will be served to those who committed the crime.

Dear Bike Thieves,
I hope you learn from this experience after justice has been served, and that you will change your ways, and therefore your lives. It’s actually quite amusing that the bike you attempted to steal, the one that you were filmed trying to damage in the neighbour’s garden, had actually been left out to be collected by the scrap-man.

Dear Poetic Justice,
I love you at times!

Dear Blogland,
I am preparing for my return. I shall be taking a few more days out from blogging, and then I shall recommence. Even if I can’t think of anything to write, it hasn’t stopped me before so I WILL NOT let it stop me again. The break has been wonderful, by the way!

Dear Britain’s Got Talent’s Audley Buckle,
Chicken and Chips! That took a while to get out of my head, I don’t mind telling you. Although I’d best stop now, as I can feel it coming back.

Ulp! And there it is!

Dear Weekend,
I’ve heard that you are planning a rather un-settled time, weather-wise. Please be advised that I shall be a chillin’ out come rain or shine, so you’ll be a gettin’ a no complainin’ from me. n.

And to finish… Dear All,
The temperatures are rising, so keep your cool. (Well, they are here in the UK!)

Thank you for reading!

P.S. Here’s a photograph of an electric butterfly, just because:

Well, they don’t really exist, but anything that fires the imagination is always useful, don’t you think?


  1. Dear Completely Sphereless,
    I do enjoy what you write when you are in the ‘nothing to write’ mode. The poetic justice going full cycle was particularly sweet, even if I can’t think of a rhyme for ‘justice’ off-the-cuff.

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    1. Trust me Beverly… you don’t want to hear it. It’s one of those things which enters your ear and then won’t leave for at the very least 24 hours. The mere mention that Tom gave it has started the song going inside my brain, and I’m not thanking Mr. Tom for it either.
      tsk.. what a rascal he is.
      love ~ Cobs.x

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            1. Well I might be able to help with that problem….

              When I have an ear worm (which can happen more often now I’ve reached the age of .. erm… over 27… I have found a way to rid myself of the offending song which plays on and on and on and ….

              Now when you first read this you’ll scoff and say ‘that won’t work’ … but I assure you that if you do as I instruct, your ear worm will buzz off.

              All you have to do is:
              simply sing, either out loud (if you’re alone) or inside your head, the Happy Birthday Song.
              ‘Happy Birthday to you
              Happy Birthday to you
              Happy Birthday dear _________,
              Happy Birthday to you’

              Singing it once won’t do the magic.
              You have to sing it at the very least four times, one straight after another. No gaps or breaks in the song. It HAS to be strictly on repeat.

              If after four times, you stop, DON’T remind yourself of the offending song … just leave your brain alone – for it will (quietly) continue to sing Happy Birthday.

              But .. if your mind wanders and you catch yourself singing the pesky song again …. Just repeat over, and over and over …. etc, the Happy Birthday song until you’ve forced the ‘ugly’ out of your brain. (I’m of the belief that it comes out through the left ear). 😉

              It does work. I promise. Just sometimes you have to try harder than others. But it really does work. (Especially so if you can ‘shout’ the song inside your brain – make it sound BIG AND LOUD AND PROUD inside your head.)

              You’re welcome. 😀
              love ~ Cobs. x

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              1. Thank you, thank you and thrice thank you, Cobs! This little trick worked. And I even brought the song back into my head to try again… and it worked again! (I was a little worried about the Birthday Song becoming my ear worm, but that wasn’t the case!)

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    2. I thought that may happen, Beverly, but hoped it wouldn’t. I have the same problem on my mobile phone – and that’s in the same country as I am!!! Technology, eh? But as Cobs says, it is more of a blessing! 😀

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  2. The Chicken And Chips was so funny! As were your mini letters. You are in summer. Here our start to winter has been the coldest for over 130 years. What happened to climate change and the planet heating up ?!

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    1. I think everywhere is swapping over, Raili. Where it wasn’t warm, it’s warming up, and where it was warm it’s cooling down.That’s why the ice caps are melting.
      Hope you aren’t too cold for long… and keep warm! 🙂

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    1. Thanks, Jodi. I’ve taken a little break from blogging, but I’m gradually getting back into things now.
      You want to know more about me? Well, I have a little surprise for you! For the rest of this week, I’ve scheduled my posts, so between Tuesday and Friday I shall post a quick snapshot of my life so far. I say quick, it’s in four parts… and I say snapshot, it’s more a pluck this, that and the other out of history. It’s been very quickly written, and only touches a few aspects. It may not be what you want to read, but it may give you a little insight as to how this brain of mine works… It’s also rounded off with a little rhyme each day, and a different Selfie each day. Just because!

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  3. it just me or each I’m back to blogging, you’ve taken or are going to take a break as well? Though yours is never as long as mine..hehe. I do hope you are feeling much better 🙂 and I am extremely grateful that there are no electric least in this plane..or else that would be another terrifying thing to handle for me..hehe

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    1. Shree!!! Hello again!
      I thought the very same thing when I saw your name in the reader – but you know me and coincidences! 😀
      Don’t worry about the electric butterflies, however… if they’re from around here, they are the friendliest creatures in existence! And they bring wishes!!! 😀
      Good to see you again, Shree.

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      1. Ahaha..great minds and all that, eh? Well..the think about friendliness of butterflies, I’d rather they NOT be too friendly and mind their own business and give me a wide wide berth. They are free to grant me wishes from that far away place though! hehe.

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