dad was walking around the house in briefs and my brother said “dad I can see more of you than I want to see” to which my 54 year old mother found it necessary to respond “he’s hung like a horse” and whilst we were voicing our disgust by screaming my dad crept up behind my brother, leaned in close to his ear and whispered “neigh”
oh my fucking god
“Thank God for tea! What would the world do without tea! How did it exist? I am glad I was not born before tea.”
― Sydney Smith, A memoir of the Rev. Sydney Smith
The same goes with the people we love. What could we do without them? How would we exist?
Although we fight, argue about irrelevant things, it is important to remember how it is vital to appreciate our significant and beloved ones, how is it important to let them know, how much we love them.
As we promised, dear Lioness, a photo of us, with a big hug of love - for you, stay positive and best of all in the upcoming Christmas.
Acquiescence for debauchery’s
A and Ł
A&L, what a pleasure to see you both together for the last Coffee Club of the year. Your sentiments about people we love is so true. Merry Christmas, hold each other tight. Lots of love and hugs from the Lioness. Looking forward to seeing you soon in the CC of the future :).