"Most odd." Mum looked puzzled.
However as she pulled her car forward a couple of days later and stopped a few feet further up the drive, having remembered something of the utmost importance (my banana) - there it was! Lying in a squished and poorly state with tyre marks over it's torso.
"How sad." Mum was glum.
So she emptied the piggy bank and quizzed Dad and Kizzie endlessly about whether she should buy a new camera or not. And on a recent visit to the Hooman Supermarket she returned with a smart new camera. We eyed it with caution as Mum proudly started snapping. But alas! It would only take three photos.
"Memory Card needed." Mum deduced.
Not too sure whose memory card she was referring to - indeed if Mum could sometimes have a few more Megabites I feel it would benefit us all. So off she went again to return with more memory.
"That's better! 1,856 left!"
So Mum got snapping. She snapped trees and grass and holes that the Fox Family had dug in the night (RIP Peter's cousin, Poseidon). She snapped blossom and the Rookery --
Steady now Mum - bit adventurous that! And I did note that she doesn't rate me as a quick mover now either. No offence taken. Gordon xxx