A cheery disposition

February 7, 2013

Since the river burst its banks, Mill Street had been completely under water. “Still, always best to look on the bright side,” trilled Gladys to her crestfallen husband. Gladys was not only an optimist but a prize winning horticulturalist too, and assumed the rain would be good for the garden. 

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2 Responses to “A cheery disposition”

  1. ianhayhurst said

    Surely a prize winning horticulturalist would *know* the rain was good for the garden 😉 (OK I’ll give you she probably wasn’t growing rice)

  2. Amanda Law said

    No, Gladys is definitely more your chrysanthemum type of gardener. Maybe a few dahlias too. Bless her 😉

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