I don't need a parachute

Baby, if I've got you
Baby, if I've got you
I don't need a parachute
You're gonna catch me
You're gonna catch if I fall

Be honest, do you think this buttonhole is too big?

I won't fall out of love
I'll fall into you

Did you watch Monty last night? What did you think? That they were quite naive? That those flowers looked lovely growing in the field, but probably wouldn't last 2 seconds when cut because they were too far gone? That the lady in the hairdressers who hadn't seen sweet williams for sale since her childhood needs to get out more? That it was all carefully edited and engineered to make them look hapless? That people who work with flowers probably are a bit hapless? That it might have been better with a different presenter? That a lot of people with an acre of garden will now start growing flowers?
Me too.

I hope you know, I hope you know, I hope you know my heavens with you, you, you.

What are your plans for this weekend? Nous allons au theatre.

Just know that you're not in this thing alone, there's always a place in me that you can call home.

This post was heavily influenced by the collected works of Cheryl Cole.

That's all


Rebecca said...

I'm glad you're standing by our cheryl.
She has the most beautiful jenny packham headpiece. I found a side tiara to wear on a Friday night with my pjs. Everyone deserves a bit of glamour with their cookie dough ice cream.
I think the button hole would be fabulous as a hat

Anonymous said...

I am off to dig up field. Will let you know how I get on.

Anonymous said...

Miss P,

You are HILARIOUS!!!! You are spot on!! I think the winter will have hit their plot hard this year!!!


Anonymous said...

Can i have one of those buttonholes please??
when are you coming to london to visit our new little shop?

Katie twinkles said...

I couldn't quite put my finger on what the flower girls were trying to achieve, except that they ought to know that trying to do every thing 'eco' takes about twenty five times longer than using gadgets and is therefore conducive to earning a pretty hand-to-mouth income really....?

Anna Wilson-Patterson said...

I didn't see the flower girls, but I think Monty has also lost the plot. Perhaps on Gardeners world he was part of a jolly team, but left to his own devices he seems an unpleasant mixture of superior and pained. Give me flirty Kirsty & Phil, or the shouty Masterchef lads any day.