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Quote:A quiet windy Wednesday with Boy In A Dress once again attempting to 'Elon Musk' his
home-made kite in the field near our house. The dog that grabbed the kite's tail and
then let go when it flew over the river is -I've been assured by it's owner, concious again.

The wound to the jogger's head has stopped bleeding and personally, the episode where
the kite flew into a bathroom window and lodged itself in a sensitive part of the anatomy
of the man climbing out of the bath, well I'm glad it's over.

giantlaughingatyou Nice banners too.




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With the sun shining and everyone smiling as they passed each other in the neighbourhood,
the little shed in my garden was forgotten about for a couple of hours.

Inside, Boy In A Dress sang 'Happy Birthday' softly to a small muffin that he'd asked my wife
for and stuck in it's top, was a single candle. I never knew, sometimes this site can get busy
with sorting intruders, scouring the net for interesting stories and keeping BIAD out of mischief
is enough to make sure I never check who's birthday it is today.
But BIAD knew.

So with a shamed look, I post some artwork favourable to the Man-Girl's best sorceress!
Happy Birthday Mystic... from me and Boy In Dress.
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Ahh... thank you.  mediumshy

Tell BIAD not to eat my muffin until I get there.

Ummm...  that didn't sound right for some reason.   tinylaughing




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(05-03-2018, 07:57 PM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote: Tell BIAD not to eat my muffin until I get there.

Ummm...  that didn't sound right for some reason.   tinylaughing

Gosh! If BIAD had ears, I'd tell him to cover 'em!
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(05-03-2018, 07:57 PM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote: Ahh... thank you.  mediumshy

Tell BIAD not to eat my muffin until I get there.

Ummm...  that didn't sound right for some reason.   tinylaughing

I'm NOY Saying A Word,,,,, NOPE! I'll leave that one alone,,,,,,,,,,,, tinywhat
Once A Rogue, Always A Rogue!
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The excitement Boy In A Dress is dealing with at this moment is due to a new
set of lights I've placed above and around his wooden home. It took all day
and I must admit, he gave me some assistance.

My neck is now red from the sun and BIAD's shoulders are almost the colour
of his nails. I know it sounds crazy, but the sun did shine all day!

So here's his banners.

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When Arizona discovers that the sun is on a sabbatical in the UK, I'm sure they'll
demand it back before we can state we're having an official summer.

But in the meantime, Boy In A Dress has frolicked under it's rays and spent the
day up in the wood where his hairy friend is living. Arriving back in time for his
Saturday evening Disco-Meet, BIAD looked dishevelled and windswept.

He's away with his friends now and I can only wonder what happened in that
fern-littered forest and who actually is living in there. Knowing the ferocity that
the Man-Girl can show, I'll refrain from guessing who was the dominant one.

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@BIAD  "When Arizona discovers that the sun is on a sabbatical in the UK, I'm sure they'll demand it back before we can state we're having an official summer."

Wellllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll, OK,,,, you can have a Little,,,, we do have our fare share. it's 101 Degrees right now.
Once A Rogue, Always A Rogue!
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Sunday never reached the heights that Guohua endures, but Boy In A Dress did
admit to me in the afternoon that he was happy he'd never bothered with wearing
underwear.

With BIAD assisting me in replanting some small shrubs into larger pots, I had to disagree
largely due to the almost-regular glimpses of undercarriage whilst the potting.
Still... the sight can put you off your meals, so at least I'm losing weight.

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Another sunny one and this time, it's a Bank Holiday in the UK... a holiday for some.

For Boy In A Dress and myself, it was a perfect day for replenishing his shed in
Forest Green stain and tidying up the surrounding garden in general. Cool drinks
and easy chat were the rules of the day and I quite enjoyed it.

Well, most of it. BIAD's story about how the scientists at Los Alamos used to
electrocute him whilst he stood in a vat of brine -and in the name of science,
was something that made we frown about his time before he came to my notice.

I never know what to think when BIAD tells me the torturous past he was put through?

Anyway, here's the smiling Man-Girl's Facebook art.

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The Weather Boys told us a shower would arrive around late-afternoon and
halfway through pruning a bush, Boy In A Dress and me got caught in it.
Accepting the relief from the heat, we sat under my cherry tree and waited
for a time to get back to cutting.

"Do you know what's really funny?" BIAD asked as he toyed with a white pebble
from the garden. I had beach-cobble laid down a few years ago. Mesmerised by
his dexterity and the stone flipping from knuckle to knuckle, I replied that I had
no idea what the Man-Girl considered humorous.

"Almost a century ago, I sat with you under a tree just like this one during a war
against some..." he began and then suddenly jumped up.
It had stopped raining.

I pushed my aching muscles to get me standing and awaited the end of his comment.
"You make us a coffee and I'll finish here" BIAD stated and disappeared into the foliage.

I'll wait.

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Wednesday, Boy In A Dress and myself did some housework and gardening at the
mother-in-law's house and I am posting the Facebook art without further comment.

BIAD and a vacuum cleaner... a bad combination.
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Under shower-heavy clouds and a sprinkling of sunshine, Boy In A Dress spent his
Thursday doing me a favour and tidying up my garage. Tools all set on hooks
(I noticed alphabetically!) and electrical equipment set away near a power-outlet.

I stopped him when he produced a can of scarlet paint and wide smile, I know he
likes things a certain way. Tempting BIAD with a muffin, I managed to corral him in
his shed where he got on with his artwork.

This stuff.

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Wallfire mentioned that Summer had arrived on his land and oddly enough, the grey Friday
that Boy In A Dress experienced hints that the warm season has just left here and prefers
WF's place!

So under these heavy clouds, I'll post BIAD's Facebook art.

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Carefully avoiding a newly-found robin's nest, Boy In A Dress trimmed a set of
ivy that hides a nasty boiler-waste-pipe at the front of my house.

The young Heating-Engineer in the baseball cap and groin-ripped jeans assured me
during the installation that the boiler ejected the equivalent of a can of coca-cola
every day and so was needed.

It still looks like that fire-pole from Ghostbusters.
tinysure

BIAD's off to the Disco and here's his banners.

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Is it me or is it that nature likes to mock humanity by keeping the sky grey until 8.30pm.
in the evening, when it reveals a beautiful blue? You don't have to answer that.

Boy In A Dress sat on the stoop of his shed and sang songs from the seventies to
some pots of plants that hadn't ventured out from the soil. I have no idea if harmony
mixed with made-up words -due to BIAD's inability to recall the correct lyrics, actually
works in natural growth, but it caused the bouffant-haired next-door divorcee to sing
along to the choruses.

I've had the image of Peters & Lee in my head for over an hour now.
tinysurprised
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I stand corrected from Sunday's comment about the weather, Monday and
Tuesday were scorchers.

Boy In A Dress and myself continued our patrol of pruning the prolific growth
in the garden and with my son visiting Rome next week with his girlfriend and
her parents, they asked BIAD if he do them a favour.

Six large coy carp will be at his mercy for seven days and after being given the
instructions of feeding and checking the equipment, the Man-Girl assured the
family that the big fish will be safe in his red-nailed hands.

If I was a betting man, I'd lay a considerable sum that at some point of next
week, he'll be swimming with them.
I'm certain of it.

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(05-15-2018, 06:18 PM)BIAD Wrote: [Image: attachment.php?aid=3754]

Beautiful!   minusculeclap




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A grey windy Wednesday and with the usual tactic of the sun arriving by evening time
repeating itself, Boy In A Dress did his shift at the mother-in-law's house and came home.

"She has loads of peanut-butter sandwiches..." BIAD told me when he returned
and rubbed his stomach for one of two unsaid reasons.

The Man-Girl spent the rest of the day in his shed, so I'll guess the sticky substance
was causing him problems.

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(05-16-2018, 07:44 PM)BIAD Wrote: [Image: attachment.php?aid=3761]

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