The Borrowers Afield
The Borrowers Afloat
The Borrowers Aloft?
Naw, never heard of 'em . . .
ehBeth, I don't know how to say this and I'm rather afraid of the consequences.
But I've never once in my life purchased a glass, rubber or plastic bowl, nor anything that has a lid of any kind.
Yet each year, my cupboards seem to grow *more* glassware, tupperware, rubbermaid bowls, pitchers, funnels, pans, and all sorts of lids that don't really match anything. Honestly, I don't know where they come from! I just rummage through the cabinets and discover a new thing I've never seen before!
I used to think it was because I was in college. Then I thought it was from 40 odd housemates over the years. Now I'm not so sure and ...
I'm trying not to look under the sink.
OY! Thief!! ^^^^^ OY!
Bring back the tupperware!
do you suppose our kitchens are connected, somehow?
There is s teleporter operating, clearly.
I am NOT happy with the look of the illustrations on that book!
The original ones are a delight. A DELIGHT.
Geeze Louise, Boss, you have no idea how long it took me to find that one . . . darn' ol' ungrateful wabbits . . .