Putting things into Perspective

Me: A walk down to the beach was just what we all needed.

Nell: Yes, it was.

Me: I always love this time of year when the tourists have gone and it’s back to being us dog walkers and the surfers.

Nell: Yes.

Me: There’s something about the sea that makes you feel you’re part of something bigger.

Nell: Yes.

Me: It puts things into perspective.

Nell: It does.

Me: We are so lucky to live where we do.

Nell: Yes, we are.

Me: It’s something I will never take for granted.

Nell: Talking of living here, how would you feel about a few extra corgis?

Me: What do you mean?

Nell: I’ve been approached by some of the Royal Corgis about extending their stay.

Me: I don’t think that can happen, Nell.

Nell: Why not?

Me: I’m afraid a decision has been made that the corgis have to go and live with other members of the royal family now.

Nell: What if they don’t want to go?

Me: I’m not sure they have a choice in the matter.

Nell: I see.

Me: Was the veiled corgi one of the ones who wants to stay?

Nell: I don’t know. I haven’t seen it for a while.

Me: There was something odd about it.

Nell: Yes, it was veiled.

Me: It had sly eyes.

Nell: You couldn’t see its eyes.

Me: No, but you could sense them.

Nell: Good grief.

Me: In fact, I have a theory about the veiled corgi.

Nell: Here we go.

Me: You’re not going to like it.

Nell: Try me.

Me: I think it might be Lady Anwen.

Nell: Isn’t she in jail?

Me: No, she was given compassionate leave.

Nell: Why didn’t you tell me before?

Me: I had other things on my mind. Sorry.

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