Monday, 18 February 2008

Egrets on the brain


19 comments:

Sweet Irene said...

Very good, Bev. You are so funny!

Edith Piaf was called the sparrow, but never the egret. It will be a whole new trend you've started.

Rima said...

Eggscellent!

Bev said...

Hiya its me Eleanor! For you who dont no who i am im bev's daugher! My mum didn't actually draw this i did! My mum was struggling so i hepled her and draw it on paint!Hope you like it! LOL!!!

Eleanor
xxx

Rima said...

Hiya, Eleanor! Wowee! that's one funky bird you made there! I can see why your mum turned to you for pointers, you did a great job!

Bev said...

Hi, Thanks, my mum says that you live in canada!!!! WOW!!!!!!!!! Wats it like there? I wanna go someday now! C yer

Love Eleanor xxx

Frances said...

tee hee. Love that, this could run and ruun
Eleanor, you don't surprise me at all.
Your mum is eeh - grate - reely grate, but - between you and me - she is yoosless in some technocclogical ways - like me with droring, that's why I do mandalas myself - because I can't draw to save my life.

John said...

Very nice job, Eleanor. That is the sound of two wings clapping.

Lisa Sarsfield said...

Egrets, egrets everywhere...shags and herons, maybe a Kotuku...

Bev said...

We don't want any shags Lisa, the mind boggles.lol

Rima said...

Hey, Eleanor! Canada is very kewl :-D there's plenty to do and see. It's also very cold, brrrr... it's minus 11 degrees, but with the wind, it feels even colder... tell you what, when you're old enough to travel by yourself, you'll come and stay with us - come to think of it, bring your mum too :-)
c yer l8r

Frances said...

psychedelic shags. Do you remember there was a song and a dance routine called 'The Shag' - I think it was by an american group called the Shags - not sure, but I don't think it has the same connotation as here. Nice word!
I love double entendres - have you seen the Rotten Correspondent's one? not so much an entendre as a pretty obvious

Bev said...

Thanks you guys and thanks Rima! When im old inuff to travel by myself ill come and see you lol! Dont worry im used to cold weather coz here its frezzing- as im writng this im s-so c-c-cold that im shivering!

C yer
Eleanor xxx

Bev said...

This is Beverly

Frances, I thought this week's Two Things would be a great way to test how far British slang has travelled as a certain word is left implicit and left hanging in the air (I thought on the lines of a fig leaf) but I am not going to do it as it is trite and childish.

Rima said...

bev, do it! do it! we loooove trite and childish in this little village of ours - i have no idea whatsoever what you're talking about, but i perked up at the mention of trite and childish (sounds fabulous, like toast and eggs or simon and garfunkel or Ben & Jerry's - that's an ice cream brand from vermont ;-)
do it! do it!

dianeclancy said...

Hi Bev,

How wonderful!!

~ Diane Clancy
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Bobbie said...

lol, giggle..giggle...lol..humpf...giggle.

Bev said...
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Bev said...

However, I admit I like this in a commentator, and Eleanor very much enyoyed her communications with the nice lady in Canada.

Sweet Irene said...

Hi Bev, there is an award for you over at my place, sweetie pie.