Monday, 22 April 2013

A - Z APRIL 2013 - S

(Daugter of publicans, Queenie and Roger, friends with Amber and Pauline)

Suzy waved her hand towards the bar at her dad
He wiggled his fingers back at her pointing to his iPad
She giggled to herself at her dad’s comical stance
She knew he was trying to master the Gangnam style dance
She’d have to tell Amber and Pauline in a few minutes
She would drop by the village shop and buy some chocolates
She had money in her purse from helping in the pub kitchen
Next weekend she’d be working hard for the Easter preparations
No time for socialising, her boyfriend would understand though
He was quiet and thoughtful and her unsung hero
They were as different as chalk and cheese
Somehow they fitted together with ease
She’d text him in a minute or two
Just to say ‘luv you.’
The three girls were known as the lovely threesome
Everybody could see what lovely women they would become.


  1. A dad trying to master Gangnam style sounds like a fun dad to have. And how nice it must be to get texts that simply say 'luv you.' (:

  2. How sweet! I'm going to need to map these relationships out. haha

  3. Very sweet! I love the bit about the father trying to learn Gangnam dance. LOL

  4. She'll be her sung hero very soon if she goes on that way.
    A - Z Challenge

  5. Lovely when the father and daughter have a relationship that's a good one!

  6. Something about the line "as different as chalk and cheese" strikes me as terribly adorable and thus that is how I interpret their relationship.

  7. Ooo, this was wonderful. Thanks so much for sharing!

  8. Chalk and cheese are very different! One doesn't taste good either. Not that I've tried.

  9. HI, Sally,

    CONGRATS on 100 followers. That was my most favorite milestone as a blogger.

    I also enjoy these sweet homespun relationships and situations. They are all so charming.

  10. Aw, Sally, this was so fun. This is your forte! I love your stories told in poetic form. Yes, congrats on attaining 100 followers. After 100, you just seem to soar!