Sunday, 21 October 2012

Letters to PC II



 
Dear Prince Charming,
 
I am very glad that you are home. I know it was only for one night, and that you were technically still in the country, but that little old Irish Sea makes such a difference somehow.  Thank you for carving my pumpkin before you left. Everyone at Book Club was very impressed with its welcome at the door. And I was very impressed that you got not only the number but also the window from the title.  Also quite impressed that Ulster won. Must be the icing on the rugby trip away cake.

It was good that we had Book Club, I think. It kept us all busy. You would have been very proud of your boys, who opened the door for arriving folk, and helped serve food, and amused themselves manfully, and went to bed eventually with not (very) much protest.  It was a great night at Book Club.  Not everyone had hated the book, always a worry when you've chosen it!  It maybe wasn't everyone's cup of tea/coffee/hot water/sugar free lemon and lime stuff, but it did remind me of all those innocent abroad journey books I read at university, and there's such licence to mock all, and indeed all the century, therein.  We hadn't all thought it was a hilarious satire also on the Larsson genre of horrific violence in Nordic countries, but we had all loved the bit where the elephant sat down.
 
Anyway, you're back in the Land where all is golden and good, and that makes everything all right. There's such a hole in the whole when one is missing.  It makes me wonder at my beautifully justified jaunts away.  Not that getting away from it all is bad. Just that with you is better than not. I am very glad that you are home x

6 comments:

Gill - That British Woman said...

great set of photos there.

Gill

Pom Pom said...

How very dear. PC is a blessed man to have Miss Mags as his wife. YOU are full of love.

GretchenJoanna said...

Oh, Mags, thank you for sharing your sweet letter. I love that line, "a hole in the whole."

Thistle Cove Farm said...

Mags, so glad your Prince Charming is back in the fold. "There's such a hole in the whole when one is missing"...truer words never spoken.

Isabelle said...

Awww!

Left-Handed Housewife said...

"Just that with you is better than not." Oh, Mags, you're such a romantic! A lovely post, and a very lovely tree.

xofrances