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We missed Thursday's input of artwork after Boy In A Dress and myself spent the
day and early evening high up on a ladder giving a hedge of ivy, paternoster and
some other strange types of foliage, a much-needed pruning.

Up there, where the birds dare to approach nearer than on the ground, BIAD spoke
some more of his past and how time isn't what he assumed I believed it was.

He agreed to two things whilst balanced on the flat surface of the hedge that was
supported by a brick wall underneath, a wall I haven't seen the top of for over thirty
years.

He ceded that I could write what he told me about travelling to other ages and he also
agreed to tuck his dress between his thighs when descending the ladder.
I'm unsure which will disturb my sleep the most tonight.

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Another gorgeous day for a royal wedding and for Boy In A Dress to take it
easy after an hectic week. Of course, if BIAD had received an invite to Harry
and Meghan's tying-off-the-knot, I'm sure he'd have been there... front row
at the church singing whole-heartedly.

Instead, he sat in the garden and watched the ceremony on the TV set we
wheeled into the conservatory. He sat on a recliner outside and viewed it
through the window.

With his jaunty Union-Jack hat and little flag, he looked like a real-life peasant
of the monarchy.
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I caught Boy In A Dress dancing in a corn circle in the early hours of this morning.
I'm sure BIAD hadn't made it and I'm almost certain it wasn't there when I looked
out of the window last night.

I confronted the cavorting fool and asked him what on earth he was up to and
his reply caught me off-guard.

As the sun crept over the horizon, the Man-Girl said between pants "It's her...
she asked me to dance" and with hands on hips, caught his breath.
A long-nailed finger pointed towards the edge of the thigh-high corn and following
the scarlet digit, I looked for who dared to ask Boy In A Dress to waltz in the cereal.

Maybe if I wasn't so practical, I may have seen something, but apart from a wisp
of early-morning mist, the field only held the pair of us. I scanned the whole area
and ignoring the noisy crow looking for an early breakfast, there was nothing except
the strange design.

Strangely enough, later that day my brother-in-law farmer cut the corn and BIAD's
dance-floor was no more.

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minusculeclap  Very pretty!




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(05-20-2018, 09:00 PM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote:
minusculeclap  Very pretty!

We do try, Mystic!
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A sunny weekday morning and a suggestion that the Missus, myself and Boy In A Dress
should visit the coast, it was a grand mixture.

BIAD waded in the sea and after failing to catch a mocking Oyster Catcher, he turned and
showed passing beach walkers the effects cold water has on male genitalia.
If there was ever a reason to through stones at him, it was then.

We had a good day and ignoring the Man-Girl's snoring in the car on the way way home,
my better-half and I quietly discussed what we would've done if BIAD had drifted out to sea.
My wife whispered that we would finally have somewhere to store the bicycle.
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It was 'double-bubble' time for Boy In A Dress and myself when we visited one of the
best castles in Great Britain. Alnwick Castle is lavishly decorated and was used in the
Harry Potter movies.

There was even a couple of young folk willing to train anyone who wished to fly on
a broom! I managed to talk BIAD out of jamming the Witch's vehicle between his legs
as I've seen him levitate and the view can unsettle the elderly.

Anyway, my wife, the Man-Girl and me had a fine time and his embarrassing antics
were kept to a minimum.

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It was an easy Wednesday today, Boy In A Dress did his thing around the mother-in-law's
house whilst I stocked-up the fish-pond we're looking after with the substance that BIAD
assured me was important. Namely water.

Hot days and evaporation... not -as the Man-Girl told me as he left for his gardening work,
a thirsty underground dragon. Mind you, BIAD's explanation sounds better.

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