Saturday, December 02, 2006

On the Second Day of...

Advent* my True Love, had he bothered to show up, could have admired my new sheets. From the inside.

You could also have admired them from afar if the handy little toolbar at the top of the editing box hadn't chosen this evening to make itself scarce too.

Never ever being able to share my bed, under any circumstances seems to be Fate's idea of a joke.

*The Webmaster is pleased to receive all comments and will modify the content where to do otherwise may cause offence to priests**, pedants or Peter Postlethwaite.

** And I think technically a Priest is Catholic but I liked the alliteration.


Blogger Within Without said...

The second day is only the second day, Cherrypie.

There are still many more days (and nights) to go for some Knight in Shining Armor (or Peter Postlewaite or a 6-foot-6 rugby player, should he fit) to discover what your sheets look from inside them.

And besides that, you seem to be starting early. I wish you luck, although I don't think you need it.

2:14 am  
Blogger Dave said...

Today is the first day of Advent, as far as I know. You're thinking of the first day of December, which is not the same thing at all.

Still, I'd hate to be thought of as a pedant, or a priest, so feel free to carry on with your technical mistakes.

I bought some new egyptian cotton sheets the other day. But I think I've blogged about them before.

8:26 am  
Blogger Dave said...

'Today' being Sunday the 3rd, of course, not Saturday, when you posted this item.

Of course, when you were in Norfolk, if you'd called round to see me as you promised, you could have inpsected my new sheets in person.

9:00 am  
Blogger Cream said...

Are you adventising your bed, Cherrybabe?

10:53 am  
Blogger Ces said...

Oh Cheryy Pie, I tried so many times to respond to this post but I am restraining myself. I don't know what to say that would be acceptable to the blog administrator so I better go brew some coffee and mind my own business. Are there limitations as to who can share your bed?

12:35 pm  
Blogger kj said...

ok, i have to know: ces, what exactely are you saying to cherrypie? open interpretations are welcomed.

how many days of christmas will there be, and will there be a new potential suitor or sheet-ie every day? oooh. my favorite post from now until christmas day.

you never disappoint, cherrypie.

5:50 pm  
Blogger Seany said...

So if today (Sunday) is the third day, and thinking of where you've been on holiday recently, cpuld the next post be about three French men?!

7:12 pm  
Blogger Cherrypie said...

WW - there's still time enough for the entire rugby team, including subs, to show up and try their luck yet.

Dave - I don't know what I'd do without your guiding hand. Maybe we should compare sheets next time I am in Norfolk.

Cream - I've given up advertising as there were never any takers.

Ces - the potential sharers are very limited indeed.

KJ - in theory there will be 24 in total but I might run out of steam before then.

Seany - I'd have told you about the 3 French Men by now if there had been any

5:08 pm  
Blogger Melora said...

Anglican and Episcopal priests don't rate?
We have new flannel sheets, and they are lovely and warm but not remotely romantic.

5:09 pm  
Blogger Ian T. said...

If your True Love shows up, in all probability, admiring the sheets will be among the last things on his mind :).

3:48 am  

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