Posted 19th November, 2020
SSsh! Top secret: Yes, the elections were rigged dears, but not by Democrats - by the little people down below! It's a disgrace!
And speaking of the incumbent, wot a sore loser, mask-free, right to the bitter-end!
Poor old US, in danger of becoming an Eastern Bloc satelite state run by a megalomaniac would-be proto-facist dictator, (say that while sipping your tea). Soon be over, thank Gawwwd! Time to make America herself again!
Which leads me to a report in the Guardian newspaper, Simone Levine of New York winding us all up by saying that the incumbent might chance a coup d'etat!
Lizzie says no.
He needs to be selling that high-rise gaff in Manhattan - just to stay out of the slammer!> Anonymous - Initials I.T.
What gets me dears - all those people down in Florida voting for the orange wonder - what the hell were they thinking? It's like Turkeys voting for Christmas!
Oh! The irony!
*Christmas? You remember? A quaint old 21st Century tradition.
Yesterday while walking the cat in the park - I looked up and saw a lonely aeroplane in the sky. Seeing that big silver bird gliding across the ether was a thing of beauty - and I daresay a teardrop fell from the eye.
As I carried on down the path - dreaming about exotic destinations - I bumped into an old oak who nudged me with her branch, (must be all of a hundred years, bless her). She goes,"never you mind dear, we need a break from that lot up there, we can all breathe now."
I must admit, with fewer aeroplanes, we don't see those horrible weird triangles criss-crossing the sky, like a pilot's hex!
I don't know about you luvvies, but I've found a few fringe benefits to being on lockdown.
For one thing, you can watch a whole season of Suits in one hit and still be up in time for work - if you have any work.
TOP fringe benefit: The dear ones are tucked up in bed by midnight, which means fewer KFC cartons blowing about on the pavements, and less stabbings. By the way, I haven't stepped on a rusty CHICKEN BONE in months! Every cloud has a silver-lining!
How long will it last? Anyone's guess.
My advice is go outside and stroll around the neighbourhood, take in the scenery.
Ignore the dog poop, smell the roses instead.
Above all, breathe in that clean air, and remember, it's still a wonderful world!
Until next time - stay safe, muah!Yours truly - Lizzie