“I want a wood fire,” she sighed.
“Go light a match on the porch,” he said,
“and never say I don’t support
Oh, the sarcasm! But since they don’t have a fireplace in their house, I guess this is the best that could be managed.
some guys have to have it completely laid out in detail…:) next time to go to the back yard, dig a hole, gather wood (not too much), light it, keep an eye on it, and make sure it’s out before you leave 😀
Outdoor fires are no fun. The you have to put on layers, coats, warm footwear, and you have to shiver around it. She wants a cozy fireplace fire, curled up on a sofa to stare at dancing flames in a darkened room, listen to jazz (or perhaps an audio book), sip a warm beverage while buried into a blanket with her head on his shoulder. But as previously noted, there is no fireplace in the house, so this scenario offers a challenge. 😉
ah….I get it now…I hear cable networks offer the fireplace channel 🙂 ….
lol. Yes. I have a poem (that even got picked up by an international anthology!) about the local TV version https://shawnbird.com/2013/12/23/poem-ode-to-the-shawfirelog/ but it doesn’t do the trick either. I have a fake electric fireplace. Not the same. I am in sympathy.
Then there is only one way to fix it: you need a real fireplace!!
I think we need a Finnish soapstone kivituli fireplace, and a new house to install it in! 🙂
I like this idea….good luck with it 😀 😀
Having a fire outdoors is good in a pinch, but definitely not romantic.
Unless it’s on a beach perhaps.
Campfires are all about Girl Guides to me! 🙂
Haha! Love a little sarcasm!
That is a fantastically withering takedown, I just had to stop in and say. Thank you for an involuntary snort of amusement and tea.
Glad to oblige!