I have to say I don’t much like keeping my house tidy but you did a right old job messing it up. Before I left the house this morning I’ll admit my room was a mess but I’m glad I didn’t bother to tidy it before your visit.
I’m pretty sure you’ve taken some of my jewelry – I imagine you would have been pretty bummed out when you realised I have a lot of beads and ‘play jewelry’. In fact I imagine this would have been a pretty disappointing hit for you:
Tiny TV, rubbish laptop (shame you didn’t take that we could have got some insurance), old DVD player and draw after draw of non-valuable jewelry, clothing, make-up bags, fabric, elastic, zips, ribbon (yes they did over my craft room – I can only think they were hoping I hid the ‘good’ stuff in there), even the present box didn’t have anything worth while in it.
It all reminds me of the Beatrix Potter story when the 2 mice take a burglary hit on the dolls house and find it’s all fake…stink for you fellas.
I’m glad I took my camera out with me to take photos of Bounce and I having a cupcake. Glad the Atlas has his phone on him. I lost my phone yesterday but it’s a pre-pay with about $5 credit so you’re probably better without that too!
Thanks for leaving the bikes and not messing up my boys’ room – that would have made me angry. I appreciate that you had a look in the freezer I don’t mind you taking food if you are hungry – there was actually a lot of baking on the bench you could have had.
I think you might have got pretty scratched up by the lemon tree when you shoved your way through that to get in the bathroom window – my good old lemon tree has a protective function too.
I suspect you got disturbed though because apart from a massive mess and some missing jewelry you seem to have left most things here – even my awesome collection of clothes.
Please don’t come back. I’ll be praying for you that you see the light and realise you are more valuable than this lifestyle. I hope you find light and love. Christchurch people have had a difficult year please don’t make things worse for them.
‘Bless those who persecute you, Bless and do not curse.’ – Jesus