Life is good!Best,Bonnie
Oh, the look on his face! I could just kiss and squish those cheeks. Knives and chocolate - what could be more fun for a boy? So glad that they are both back safely from the motherland.
Unfortunately, Karen, Oliver's passport didn't come on time and he wasn't able to go!
(Palm to forehead) Aieee - of course, I knew that! I read your posting about it, but my memory is not as good as it once was. He looks so proud, as if he brought it all back with him - like a young door-to-door salesman, displaying his imported goods to the lady of the house.
The Husband has returned from the mother country with knives and chocolate. You found your brilliant first line now go write the rest of your book.“You owe reality nothing and the truth about your feelings everything.” ~ Richard Hugo
Knives and chocolate? The best of all worlds!
I dunno. Sounds like it could be a dangerous combination to me. Maybe I shouldn't admit that out loud.
Gosh this makes me happy. I never know what to buy when I'm traveling. He bought the perfect things.And yes, great sentence. Raymond Carver up in here.
Perfect! Enjoy the chocolate. :)
Picturing Oliver doing the commando crawl, knives strapped everywhere, hunting chocolate.
Hooray! I agree there is a book to be written. BTW, I get vocabulary enrichment, among other things, of course, by reading your blog.
Oliver sure looks happy!
Like Radish King's remark. At around Oliver's age those were probably my brother's two favoritethings, since he couldn't have a motorcycle...
That is a lot of chocolate. I'll be right over:)
Oh, Lindor. My favorite! Glad he's home safely.