So hereth thy shall talk about thy perfect daye in a Shakespearean manner for a Stratford to Statford and Canal River Trust Competition …. (wish me luck 😂)
The morning is upon us as we’re laid on the boat. The birds art calling and the waves crashing hither is the start to a perfect day.
Me and mine husband, we wend above board to see the trees entwining above us and the sun shining upon us as we maketh our way along the canal.
We heareth the wildlife amongst us crowing, as we’re watching the fish beneath swimming to their young. The fishermen on the banks art sprightly and in high spirits as art we on our journey across the water.
twas dinner time on the decks and this hath called for afternoon tea accompanied by champagne. The two spectacles clink together as we raiseth a toast to our first wedding anniversary.
Laid in each others arms, watching the hours passeth us by. Giggles and conversation in full flow and the night drawing close. The cold winds art lurking as the sun starts to vade, but all is not hath lost as we’ve hadst a most wondrous day.
Love in full bloom as we taketh a little rest, nows the time for romance as we taketh to our beds. Nows the time for imagination passion and desire. Love is not burned like a flame but is stout and in full fire!
Mine perfecteth daye along the canal – Annie Reed