‘A New Tomorrow’ by A Friend In London.
Just imagine, eh?
Always nice to feel you rise as Summer approaches, but would you mind rising a little more gradual this year rather than hitting us full pelt one morning and remaining at sweltering for several weeks… I only ask so that we can have time to adjust and enjoy you more!
Dear Traffic Lights,
Such a pleasure when you change to green as I approach. You cut my journey time by half when you do this, and it is quite exhilarating when each of you change in turn as I approach! I really would like to experience this phenomenon more often.
Dear The Word Phenomenon,
You always make me smile when I see you, which is a little strange I know, but you do. And when I say you, I think of…
Always a joy!
Dear The Word Flibbertigibbet,
You too are another word that makes me smile, and I couldn’t let this opportunity pass without saying so!
Dear All The Small Things,
You simply amuse me! Fabulous!
Dear Articulated Lorry Driver,
Should you really be hurtling down a road at such a speed in a vehicle your size? I was going to say that you could easily not see a vehicle as small as mine when doing so, but as you overtook me you obviously saw me. All I can say is take care next time – I’m sure your stopping distance will be greatly increased should you need to brake sharply.
Just to say it was a pleasure as always to see you floating in the Lake with your beak tucked under your wing whilst you slept. When that gust of wind got up and spun you around like it did, I was laughing with you and not at you! Hope you didn’t get too dizzy!
I do intend to use you again, I do!, and I will do so soon. Just making a few readjustments time-wise, and then you will be back in action!
Dear Balmy Evening,
Such a pleasure to walk out in you the other evening, even though I was only walking to the supermarket. You made waiting to cross the pedestrian crossing all the more pleasant.
It was so comforting seeing your brilliant glow shining through my window last night. You are very relaxing and helped me drift off into a replenishing and rejuvenating sleep. I didn’t look rejuvenated when I awoke once again, but I felt it… so thank you!
And to finish… Dear All,
Greet a stranger with a smile. A smile from a stranger may be all that they need to make their day.
Thank you for reading!
Here’s a photo of Lucie Jones to finish. Lucie who??
LUCIE JONES! She is representing the United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest in Ukraine this weekend. Brexit or no Brexit, good luck Lucie! Just to be sure.
Although, there is actually. Something to explain, that is.
You see, ‘There is nothing to explain’ is one of the lines from Rae Sremmurd’s Black Beatles, which is a track usually featured in the background of anyone participating in the Mannequin Challenge. I’ve seen it cropping up here and there, and most recently Honey G had the entire UK X Factor audience, plus the judges and the stage crew, frozen in time (and quite impressive to see it was too!) Being one with the crowd as I am, I had to bring the Mannequin Challenge to Blogland.
The question was ‘How?’
I decided the only way was through the digital snowman approach, and get some of the snowmen attending this year’s Snowman Convention to freeze… hehehe!, and not normally as snowmen do. Strangely enough, they were eager to please!
So, as you read this, frozen in time as you are, you too are participating in my Mannequin Challenge!
But really, there is nothing (else) to explain!
Have a good weekend!
And… Action! You may move again now. Start by giving yourself a pat on the back for taking part!!! Hehehe!