I feel lucky,
Oh, so lucky,
I feel lucky and plucky, hooray!
And I pity
Any girl who isn't me today.
See the lucky girl in that mirror there:
Who can that hyperactive girl be?
Such a lucky face,
Such a lucky dress,
Such a lucky smile,
Such a lucky me!
I feel sunny,
Feel like making and cracking a joke,
For I'm loved
By a pretty wonderful Bloke!
I'm more than one
I'm more than two
I'm much more than three
Things I'm still learning ...
1. that even complete strangers will tackle one to the ground for a swift suede fix.
2. that iPads have the ability to transform one from lovable show off into annoying exhibitionist, whipping it out all over the place.
3. that one ought not to wait for a birthday to take a 90 minute massage at a Balinese spa.
LOST AND FOUNDYou might have noticed in a bookshop window near you (Down Under) - tea cosies galore.
Most of them have been my own but some have been knitted by other people.
My displays came home to me this week for a check up before heading off again until the end of August.
This little beauty - NOT made by my hands - came home in one of the boxes by mistake.
It it YOURS?If it IS yours.... The Queen of the Tea Cosies is in love with it. It is soft and pretty and cuddly and without ackchooally being a bear, it is bear like.
Tea Cosies are like people, no two are the same, even though they may be of the same mould.
to the creator of "UnBEARable"
From the creator of "Short Black with Two" (REALLY Wild Tea Cosies)
Please contact me and I will post haste him back to you.