Saturday, September 10, 2011

Thank You From MOTH

Well my dear Public, I was overwhelmed by all your kind wishes for my 63rd 33rd birthday last Saturday which was a most enjoyable occasion engineered & executed by Mills & the boys. Millie's mischief in associating that luscious & most scrumptious being Justine with moi, has caused unexpected repercussions........notably being labelled as a Dirty Old Man (DOM) - AND - the possibility of an anti-stalking order. If found guilty in a court of law, I could be at Her Majesty's pleasure for up to 10 years. (Could it be that Mills had motive here to stir up trouble to give her a MOTH-break?) If I do end up in the Cooler, one of my first tasks would be to find the Prisoner's Suggestion Box & slip a note in strongly advocating Cooking Classes for the Criminally Incarcerated taught by Justine.



  1. Ahh trust you to think of a silver lining for prison life! Ha ha

  2. A belated happy birthday to you dear MOTH, and thank you for all the extra fun you bring to our blogging world

  3. Never thought of you as a DOM!!! You need some enjoyment as you hit the birthdays to keep you younger, even if it is from prison!!! thanks for the laugh MOTH.
    Rebecca x

  4. i will send you the hot place , fridge, and micro wave
    to help you work on your recipes.

    xx happy b-day again

  5. Hi Moth and Millie
    Happy birthday Moth although I'm a little late I'm sure Millie doesn't need a Moth break.
    Millie I hope your not working to hard.
    Boy Lulu you've grown what have you been eating?
    Kind Regards

  6. Hi Moth and Millie,

    Glad that the birthday was an enjoyable occasion.
    Thanks for the laugh and hope that one day, you will get to have culinary lessons with the lovely Ms Justine.

    Happy Wednesday

  7. dear MOTH,
    I'm afraid I am much belated in wishing you a happy birthday, but I hope it was fabulous!!
    Not to worry... we will all come with Millie and her new boyfriend to visit you in jail;)



And none will hear the postman's knock
Without a quickening of the heart.
For who can bear to feel himself forgotten?
~W.H. Auden

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