Me: It feels like we’ve had more than one Sunday this week.
Nell: That’s because New Year’s Day was on a Friday.
Me: I seem to have lost track of the days recently. Maybe I’m getting old.
Nell: That’s just the January blues talking. You do this every year.
Me: You’re right. I might just go and cuddle Dave. Where is he?
Nell: David is still asleep. He was up late watching ‘Notting Hill’ with the larger animals.
Me: I haven’t watched that film in years.
Nell: David loves a romantic comedy.
Me: It’s a bit like Dave and Sally. Dave is floppy haired Hugh Grant and Sally is film star Julia Roberts.
Nell: David does not have floppy hair and Sally is a spy not a film star. Do try and be a little realistic.
Me: I hope she comes and visits us again soon.
Nell: She’s stuck in London. You know travelling isn’t really possible at the moment because of the pandemic.
Me: What a strange world we live in.
Nell: If you’re going to mope around you can start peeling the vegetables for Sunday lunch.
Me: Somebody told me that you can roast vegetables skins on.
Nell: Well, that somebody wasn’t Poppy.
Me: Can I smell bacon?
Nell: Of course you can. It’s Sunday. You can’t have Sunday without bacon.
Me: Dave isn’t going to be asleep much longer.
Nell: What are those llamas doing?
Me: It looks like line dancing.
Nell: Oh yes. The Welsh corgi choir are going country for Sunday Songs this morning.
Me: That explains the cowboy hats then.
Nell: Why aren’t you wearing yours?
Me: I didn’t know I had one.
Nell: We all have one. You can’t start a new year without a cowboy hat. Do keep up.
Me: Yes. Sorry.