Are you sure that last pic isn't you waving your banner and joining in with my campaign?
Ha ha, I kneeew it, CherryPie!Herewith I declare that my shadow is part of your campaign - the mighty (snow) shovel inclusive. :)
It is so good to have your support :-) Your shadow will be posted far and wide. The people will listen! and we will win ;-)
:)Fingers crossed, CherryPie.[Do I need adding that I mean it?]
No need for adding anything because I know you mean it :-)
Ahh, lovely ... and good to know.So take the rest you urgently need, so that you are fit when tomorrow we meet, you and my shadow. :)The peace of the night, CherryPie.
:-) the peace of the night to you and me both :-)
Very scary photo, in my opinion. Looks more like a hammer or an axe than a banner
It's, as Mrs. Doyle might say, but the effin' snow shovel, Andrew.That's - apart of being being far from being my ductus -, of course, unfair against the dear tool. What would I have done without her (sic) during the past three months?! I think I'd rather present her a bunch of spring flowers ... in case this effin' winter ever ends. :)
I don't know why but I find your shadow very reassuring. Like CherryPie says...someone rushing to help people.If I didn't see so much snow on the blogs, I would believe that snow has disappeared from the universe. Here, presently, it's rain, rain, and rain again. I wish I could pass through the wormhole and shovel the last bit of your snow, Sean. I would need a smaller shovel though. Yours looks taller than I am. One never knows. Maybe changing continent might elongate people....
The shovel's stem is indeed slightly taller than you, Claudia. I'd leave nothing undone, though, to organise a shorter one. To be even more precisely: a very very tiny one. :)
I'll bring my tablespoon, Sean.:))))
Ah, Claude, ...[six minutes later, still slightly out of breath from rolling on the floor]please forget about bringing a table spoon. I could not forgive myself letting carrying you such heavy aluggage to the airport. I'll provide one for you; a very light one, of course.
Whatever you say, Milord.:)