Me: I love the way you wait for me when I’m a bit slow on our walk.
Nell: Somebody has to.
Me: Well, it means a lot to me. Even if you do look grumpy.
Nell: I was waiting for ages.
Me: I had to stop and think.
Nell: Here we go. You were lost in your own little world again, weren’t you?
Me: I was thinking how amazing it is that scientists were able to create the Covid vaccine for us all.
Me: And how incredibly thankful I am.
Me: And how lucky I am not to have any side effects at all.
Nell: Unlike Kev.
Me: Yes. He felt quite rough for a few days and had little areas of pain in his body which kept coming and going.
Nell: Even his instep.
Me: That was an odd one. But as I told him, those little vaccinators are burrowing into wherever they need to go to keep him safe and activate his immunity.
Nell: Little vaccinators?
Me: Yes. Busy little things with sweet voices.
Nell: I worry about you sometimes. I really do.
Me: The Welsh corgi choir sounded wonderful at Sunday Songs this morning. Such happy voices. Spring is definitely in the air.
Nell: I think the sunshine helps, although it’s still rather cold. I needed a hat and scarf.
Me: It’s good to see all the llamas gliding again.
Nell: Even the naked llama joined in now that it has woolly undergarments.
Me: Everyone seems positively cheerful today.
Nell: Gliding lifts the spirits according to Gladys. It’s good for the soul.
Me: Maybe I should start gliding, too.
Nell: Please don’t. Some of us are not built for gliding and you are quite bright enough today, thank you.
Me: You’re right. Sorry.