Cute Overload :D
Pardon me, is this who I think it is?
How embarrassing, you look just like Mrs. Bucket from the back!
Paul Bunyan says, “It’s Bouquet!”, Chris.
Does this hat make me look fat? Because I can’t see to tell for myself!
Looks like she’s just gotten a phone call from Sheridan!
(Mind my hat, Richard!)
RICHARD,, mind that Onslow’s dog doesn’t nibble on my hat(might find the roses tasty)!
Sweet disapproving bun….
Teatime at the Garden Palisades.
Oh! Charlie Bucket!
I’d go to one of her famous candlelight suppers anytime!
Now that is an Easter bonnet.
Me too, if only to see Elizabeth drinking from a sippy cup. Or maybe Daddy would show up in an astronaut suit…
Looks like someone who would have a sister with a pool and room for a pony. By the name of Violet.
you can cover her eyes, but you can’t mask her disapproval…
Sheeeeeeeridan! Mummy was just thinking of you. What a deep psychic bond we have! What’s that Sheridan? You need £2000 to buy materials for new upholstery?
Gaaaaaassssp! *gulp* Usually, I’m the one to nurse other peeps back to life after an extreme dosage of cute but DANG! This one nearly keeled my dang self ded. *gasps desperately for air* (the hat. the wee little straw hat….)
…paws. nose. whiskers. sunlight. flowers on the hat…help
GAHHH! That’s all, just… GAHHH! (Ded.)
Hee! “The Boo-KAY residence, the lady of the house speaking!” Thanks for a laugh on a cold day, Theresa!
Or perhaps an Easter Bunnet?
Coffee in ten minutes, Elizabeth! Bring Emmet!
OK, true confession here. I don’t get the Paul Bunyan reference . If anyone is willing to explain?
I LOVE that I’m not alone in my enthusiasm for silly British sitcoms. Patricia Routledge would be very pleased.
Ooh – La – La
Beautiful Lovely Lady – Kisses are sure to be abundant
Daddy Beware – you need traps set.
So cute and precious – Socialite Princess in the making.
looks rather like her from the front, too…
She’ll sing at me!
i think that that is inexplicably the bun’s name and Chris is the sender-inner…
What happened to the Mercedes?
Elizabeth was down-graded yet again. Instead of a sippy cup she now gets to suck on the teabags.
Again: *gulp* Okay. Is anybody else here totally and completely blown away by the hat??!! I mean, it has FLOWERS on it. *crap* Pink ribbons in the back. (How fashionable! Dutchess Kate could not compete) And it’s made of STRAW! And it’s on a bunny! Is that too adorable or what?
And in the first pic…brown stripe on the back…gaaahh.
*Wafts smelling salts under Q.o.D.’s nose, tucks pupper under arm, and hamster under chin; wonders how else to fit ‘under’ into this sentence*.
re; my first comment/reply above. Apply treatment as needed.
*brings in the Hello Kitty defibrillator* to resucitate Nurse Steffie
*also brings in some hot chocolate w/ mini marshmellows*
*also brings in a ferret to do Silly Things to cause laughter*
(PS: Nurse Steffie — things @ email are all good; check your new personal emails 🙂 )
*squeaks down the hall to the other wards*
Ok, I’m the first to admit I’m not up on my British sitcoms (hangs head); but am I really the only one not looking around to see where Beatrix Potter is????//??
The last name DOES include the syllable “BUN” …..so mebbe ….
cha CHING x 400 !!!
UnderDog? Hey! Wasn’t there some cartoon in the 60’s – 70’s called Under Dog or something like that? With a beagle with a cape? Maybe I’m just tripping and having some sort of dream memory. But Wend, Thanks for the treatment!
I love her! Peter Rabbit is so kind and gentle. He just wanted to escape. I love when his mom gave him chamomile tea and put him to bed…
YUP you’re remembering Underdog correctly too!!
Here’s a link, Q:
Oh! And speaking of British sitcoms! Oh my gosh! You really must watch Absolutely Fabulous! TOO funny! 🙂
Hooray for Hyacinth! Time for the Royal Daulton with the handpainted periwinkles!
She ALWAYS sings at me!
Which way to the riparian entertainments?
Do sit down, Elizabeth. Just sit anywhere you like. No, not there!
Biscuit? . . . Plate? 😛
Which way to the dishy vicar? 😆
*Onslow voice* Oh, NICE!
“When Polly’s in trouble I am not slow, it’s hip hip hip and away I go!”
I think Hyacinth is on her way to the charitable function at the vicarage. “Come along Richard, I mustn’t be late. They need me to manage these things. I expect they’ll want me to sing.” *Pats hair, with a satisfied smile*
“Oh you can’t get a man with a guuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuun!”
*runs for cover*
“Watch out for that pedestrian, Richard!”
(remembers the ‘Mericun ayk-sent/ twang w/ which this wuz suuuung. *giggles*)
*applies HK Defibrillatorthingamabob*
*arranges tulips in vase*
*brings in two kittens to play-fight with each other*
*moves Snorgler into freshly-made bed*
For those who don’t speak the Brit …. the ‘Mericun version of the headline on this
story woulda coulda been Lily Tomlin/ Laugh-in/ Ernestine:
“Hello *snort* Is this the party, to whom I am speaking???”
it’s been ages since I caught this show on the telly and I must say it’s a DEElight to reminisce with you! My most Hyacinth moment in life was when I had the house alarmed. Unfortunately it did not come in the dusty rose, the panel is a dull white plastic.
Would you prefer your coffee in a beaker, Elizabeth?
Doh! Of course! Mucho gra$$y a$$, FB!
I was gobsmacked and verging on flummoxed, QofD!!
Onslow’s a Scouser *swells with pride*
I love the way you’re all totally in love with Keeping Up Appearances, and Red Dwarf, for that matter.
If you’re partial to a bit of Patricia Routledge (and who isn’t I ask myself) she’s a stalwart of Alan Bennet’s bitter-sweet monologues.
Never was a sitcom more aptly named, Queenie.
Love Lily Tomlin.
(eet’s only ‘cuz Ah mees zzo verry menny punchlines, mah own sah-ulf!!!
Ah “been there” noomerous tahms 🙂 )
I love how good Richard is to her. He just goes along with it.
Couldn’t have said it better myself!
OHMIGAWD!!!I didnt realize how many people have watched that show!!!
On the sidewalk Richard!
Im so pleased that there are other fans of PBS!!!
That hat reminds me of Mrs. Nesbit from Toy Story.
The scene where Buzz is having tea. 🙂
How about the ditter ears folded sweetly, peeking out from under hat?
“Here come da judge. Here come da judge.”
I’m with you there.
“A Lady of Letters” is my all-time favourite TV-play .