A Lovely Walk

Me: That was a lovely walk to our beach, wasn’t it? You thoroughly enjoyed yourself.

Nell: There were too many people for my liking.

Me: There were hardly any people on our walk. They were all down on the beach not up on the cliffs.

Nell: I prefer it when it’s quieter. The car park was ever so busy. Cars everywhere.

Me: It’s still holiday time, Nell. The beach is for sharing.

Nell: Like toast?

Me: Are you talking about my breakfast?

Nell: Just saying.

Me: I’m never going to be able to enjoy a meal without being watched.

Nell: You’d miss us if we weren’t there. And we’re only being Supportive.

Me: You’re right. I would.

Nell: Did you see the Daily Growl, by the way?

Me: No, I haven’t looked at it yet.

Nell: There’s a whole feature on Lionel King.

Me: Really?

Nell: Look. ‘Handsome entrepreneur Mr Lionel King rescues drowning corgi choir in wedding disaster.’

Me: Lionel’s not an entrepreneur and where did they get those photos?

Nell: They look like Beefy footage to me.

Me: Beefy footage?

Nell: Yes. According to Terry the Beefies have expanded Call a Beefy to include an aerial photo service.

Me: Using drones?

Nell: No. Using Beefies with head cameras.

Me: So, that’s what they are.

Nell: What do you mean?

Me: I noticed some of them were wearing hats but I thought it was a fashion statement.

Nell: Where?

Me: Down on the beach and there might have been a few hovering over the fields when Gladys and the llamas were gliding this morning.

Nell: Gladys won’t like that. It’ll be all over YouChewed in a twinkling and Our Penguin has the video rights.

Me: Did you say ‘in a twinkling’?

Nell: What’s wrong with that?

Me: Nothing. Sorry.

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