Monday, July 19

How to Survive a Rainy Sunday



Dress up in fairy dresses, set up a tripod and take a series of self portraits
Eat lots of coffee and walnut cake
Drink lots of chai
Make a cup of beans with a toastcuit for dunking
Write a silly poem about tidying up
Get your husband to write a tune for it
Make monsters out of PVA, googly eyes and glitter

See, you really don't need a telly.



The Tidy Song
Pick up the tea set
Pick up the blocks
Don't forget the cars
And that smelly old sock
Grab that pile of teddies
Move that manky apple core
Scoop that half-chewed custard cream
Off the blinking floor

Chorus

Let's tidy up
It's tidy time
Get stuff cleared away
It's time to move the mess
That we made all bloomin' day
Let's tidy up
It's tidy time
It's time to go to bed
And then we'll make the same old mess again

Verse 2

Let's de-glitter the table
Put your drawers back in the drawer
Let the cat out of the wardrobe
He's not hiding anymore
Squashed strawberries on the sofa
Splattered paint all up the wall
Sometimes it seems as if
We'll never tidy up at all

Chorus
Let's tidy up
It's tidy time
Get stuff cleared away
It's time to move the mess
That we made all bloomin' day
Let's tidy up
It's tidy time
It's time to go to bed
And then we'll make the same old mess again

1 comment:

  1. Laura9:22 pm

    great pic of you three lovely girls, but where was your fairy dress Emma?

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