What on Earth is Going On?

Me: Is there something going on in the field?

Nell: It’s Sunday Songs.

Me: But Poppy seems absolutely fascinated and even Dave was quite interested for a while.

Nell: That boy has a very short attention span.

Me: Unless it’s food.

Nell: Obviously.

Me: Poppy has barely moved. She’s completely mesmerised.

Nell: It’s probably just the llamas cartwheeling again.

Me: There’s nothing unusual about that.

Nell: True. Let me see. What on earth are they doing?

Me: Who?

Nell: The llamas. They’re driving around madly in jeeps.

Me: Jeeps?

Nell: Yes. Filled with corgis.

Me: Where did they get them?

Nell: It’s the Welsh Corgi Choir.

Me: I meant the jeeps.

Nell: They’ve taken them from the Indiana Bones set. They had no right to do that.

Me: I didn’t know the llamas could drive.

Nell: Poppy taught them.

Me: That’s probably why she’s watching so closely. Maybe she’s grading their driving skills.

Nell: Nonsense. The corgis look absolutely terrified.

Me: Do you think the llamas kidnapped them?

Nell: Don’t be silly. They probably offered them a lift.

Me: That’s kind. I’ve often worried about them walking here on their little legs.

Nell: It’s part of their Sunday morning routine. They always get taken home in the Whippets Institute minibus.

Me: Not today.

Nell: Well, I’m going to put a stop to this. Sundays are for quiet contemplation not dashing around in jeeps.

Me: I agree. I can’t hear any of the singing.

Nell: It’s more squealing than singing. They’re going to need some hot sweet tea and shortbread.

Me: Poor little things.

Nell: It’s no good. We’ll simply have to find a stage manager.

Me: Isn’t that a bit excessive for Sunday Songs?

Nell: I’m talking about the movie. Someone needs to keep everything under control.

Me: Yes. Sorry.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.