35 thoughts on “Media Alert: Bloggers! Do You Run A Small Business, Live In The UK And Would Like To Be Featured In A National?

      1. Nope! I refuse to accept a written emotican in parentheses sire! I shall take you at your word unless I see an actual yellow faced emoticon with it’s tongue firmly in it’s cheek.
        My goodness!…(Blood drains from face emoticon) …is this how you started all those other wars!!!??? 😯 πŸ˜›

      2. Ah! Well as you said ‘scouts honour’ I have called off all ground and air surveillance and the tracking devices have been immobilized forthwith. Just wish you had said that earlier as we have spent billions. But a scout is a scout! πŸ˜€

      3. You could have just sent me a whatsapp for confirmation Edith Dear. πŸ™‚ Regardless, I hope you are all ready for a lovely Christmas with friends/family. All the best. B.

      4. Actually they are trees. Abundant on the CΓ΄te d’azur aka french riviera. They produce tiny round yellow fragrant flowers. My parents had mimosa trees in a few of their (successive) houses on the Riviera. See the photo here:

      5. Went for some sun all I got were those bleeding desert winds (forgot their name).
        Was literally sitting on the beach with half naked Brits pretending / hoping / deluding themselves it was hot while I was dressed for Siberia.
        Didn’t do much sightseeing. Was too p’d off.

      6. No I meant the link story. I went to it and it’s a mile long. I don’t have the time tbh and would only even schedule to read it if it were written by someone as yourself dear Harold.

      7. Haha! A mile long? πŸ™‚ I did write it. All bah mahself. The illustrations are by my friend Tiffany Choong. And it’s only 12000 words long. πŸ™‚ But I own’t hold it against your dear Prudence. It does take a wee bit of time to read. A few hours? Be good.

      8. Ah, then it is being scheduled as I write dear Horace. I loved your mountain story before and I know it will be nothing but indulgent pleasure.
        Just have to choose the right time, the right biscuits, a sassy aperitif and settle in.

      9. Ah, the mountain story. That was actually written by my friend Dave Phillips, Esq. with a few added comments by yours truly. Make sure your man-servant brings you a cuppa. Darjeeling Himalaya all right?

        You will be hearing from my lawyer.
        Now, legal threats aside, I’m more of a camomile tea person – 2 sugars. πŸ˜€

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