Here’s the story
Of a lovely lady, who was living with two very lovely girlsandagorgeousboyandtheProf
She had four others,
Living all together
Yet she blogged all a-lone.
Here’s the story
Of another lovely lady, who was living with three boys of her ownincludingChef
All of them had hair of brown,
Like each other
And she blogged a-lone too.
Til the one day when the lady emailed and SMSed the lady
And they knew that it was much more than a hunch
That these troupes, should somehow feed a blo-og
A blog for all of us…
Yeah, yeah, I know it’s awful, but it gives a little sense of the joy of the dag that got us going here at Glamorouse.
Now, for those who have asked, Glamorouse Kim and baby Jasper are back home with Kim’s original three blokes and I spoke to them yesterday and yes, he is a perfect child who sleeps when he ought and eats when he should AND as a bonus, has feet small enough to fit properly into a Bonds sleepsuit.
The Bonds sleepsuit part may mean nothing to you unless you live in Australia, but “iconic baby product” sounds so impersonal, doesn’t it?
So we will see the lovely Jasper soon – and if Glamorouse Kim doesn’t manage to connet the dots well enough to get pics up herself,then Glamorouse Bec must visit and take the pics and do the posting, possibly from Glamorouse Kim’s dictation in the comfort of her own home!
A final note tonight, and probably worth of a separate post for ego’s sake alone, is a quick mention of the name Glamorouse.
This Is Not A Mis-Spelling Of Glamorous.
Thinking about putting to Kim the retro Glam-O-Rouse option, only because I am a Spelling Queen Bee and have an itch I can’t scratch over the possible perception out there that we just added an e by mistake, and not because of the play on ‘rouse’ and ‘rousing’.
Question: gentle reader, should I put it to Glamorouse Kim that she become Glam-O-Rouse Kim or just deal with my spelling/punning phobia in private?