Well, I really do think Flossie could have carried that bit home for Malcolm's log pile! Don't worry, you are not alone in the non'removal of protective film!
How I laughed ~ going to check my camera now. Would you collect the wood for my wood burning stove please dear...
My God, the elephant's been beheaded by poachers!
hee, hee, hee, thank goodness for lovely son's, teeny dog's, big goofy black dogs, cups of tea and cat kissesmuch love, les Gang
Florence really wants to bring that 'stick' home doesn't she! I still can't get over how much she looks like my big dog.Poor old tree though. As for protective film over telephone lens... scuttles off to check....
Lovely children do come in handy sometimes... wish I had some to help with new-fangled gadgets.
p.s. Glad to see Florence out and about again!
Men and things technical - they can be so useful, sometimes!
I really laughed when you said about the protective film. I have argued for years about keeping in my old mobile phone to prevent screen from scratching and most blokes are desperate to peel it off.
LOL!! These men have their uses.Glad to see that Flossie is back to rude good health again.
I laughed about the protective film too. Then I got the husband in to laugh at it as well. He knows why I knew he'd think that was very funny ...
I'm not saying anything about gadgets at all .You'd all hear the rude laughter in triplicate as various children snorted .
I can't laugh as I'm going to peel the protective patch off mine......
Love the photos - and laughing because my laptop still sports the clear protective plastic after nearly two years - much to son's disgust!
Thank heavens for lovely son. I am very envious of your new handbag, I have a cupboard full of the things and not one that I really really like!
Well done that son! An easy thing to overlook.Husband would be lusting after that lovely piece of wood - I see firewood he sees furniture.
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