There was a young gambler called Glen
Who owed cash to some serious men
They came for their loot
Gave him concrete boots
And poor Glen was not seen again.
Rearranged my spice rack
To get it looking neat
Even labelled all the lids
An organising feat!
It made me strangely happy
A spice rack void of strife
But, it got me thinking
That I really need a life!
What would you change at your place?
I enjoyed a trip to Disneyland
A place of good times and mirth
But it has some competition
For the “happiest place on Earth”.
For the happiest place I’ve ever seen
Brimming with laughter and cheer
Is a staffroom full of teachers
At the end of the school year! 🎉
There’s a cake stall coming up I’m deciding what to bake My scones never turn out well, but… I could say they are ‘rock cakes’!
We had a “Pet Photo With Santa” ‘Twas not the disaster we feared Santa managed to hold on tight (But he almost lost his beard!)
Spider veins, please go away Don’t come back another day! I had injections, you should be gone But, instead, you press on… Onwards you spread, purple and blue What on earth am I to do? I’m tired of long pants in the heat Perhaps I should admit defeat… Let my legs have some fresh air And worry not if people stare Wear what I want, and be bold It’s quite liberating (so I’m told).
We met the Royal Family
About four years ago
Not from a great distance
But right up close, you know.
It was an unplanned meeting
I must say, I was impressed
They looked so poised and regal
(While I felt under-dressed!)
We were on our best behaviour
And promised not to touch
It was sure was nice to meet ‘em
But they didn’t say too much…