Last time I think it was a supermarket; this time I'm not too sure, but I think it's a high rise student accommodation block. I do know it's NOT a new Virus Hospital.
You really can't hold the lad down. Yes, Kimbo returns to his duties as 'ribbon cutter extraordinaire'. There were swathes of admiring crowds and photographers, as well as a red carpet. Prince Charles was obviously too busy.
Personally I've never been asked to open a tin of beans, let alone a building; but Kimbo seems to be in regular demand.
OK, I'm banging his drum, and I'm sure you're going to berate me about 'pride coming before a fall', but I AM very proud of all three of my children, whether they cut ribbons or not. And I'm not afraid to say so!
Just in case Tesco, Leclerc, or Waitrose are unaware; I AM AVAILABLE.
And before you moan about 'social distancing'; I'm assured that this took place about 6 weeks ago.... he just didn't tell me.
Wonderful and quite fabulous !ReplyDelete
I'm a proud Papa.Delete
As long as his talents stretch further than cutting a ribbon you are fully justified to be proud.ReplyDelete
They do; I can assure you.Delete
You might not be invited to open a new building but you can open a tin of baked beans or more likely - yet another bottle of French wine! What position does your son hold to be the kind of person who cuts ribbons?ReplyDelete
He's my son and heir; what better qualification. Yes, I think I'll have to stick with bottle opening.Delete
Oh now I understand why he gets all those invitations. I bet the plaques read "Opened by Lord Cro Magnon's grateful son - April 1st 2020". (Depending on the year)Delete
"OK, I'm banging his drum..."ReplyDelete
Shurley it is every parents right... and perhaps, duty, to bang the drum and unfurl the banners for their offsprung!!?
In the UK it's still regarded as infra dig to sing the praises of one's own offspring. I did so at my peril.Delete
You should be proud of him, and yourselves. He's an achiever supreme thanks to you too for showing him the way.ReplyDelete
Yes, he's a good boy. I'm very proud of him.Delete
You have all the rights to be proud of your son.ReplyDelete
I think so. He's always been a good son.Delete
We have every right to be proud of our children Cro if they do things to make us proud. So well done all round.ReplyDelete
He certainly does that. Nice boy.Delete
Well done Kimbo.ReplyDelete
He's getting good at it.Delete
Not many people can boast about being a ribbon cutter! You are right to be proud.ReplyDelete
That's my attitude. It's no big deal in itself, but he's my son!Delete
I am smiling with happiness that you are proud of your children.ReplyDelete
I always have been, and always will be. Unless of course....Delete
Hello Cro, I cut a ribbon once about 15 years ago Opening a new pub for the miners on a remote site in Western Guinea. What glory! Well done on a good-looking son. Be safe. JoReplyDelete
Well done you. I have yet to be asked to perform such a task;... and a Pub' too!Delete
Nothing wrong with pride in someone. Pride in oneself is a little dangerous.ReplyDelete
I don't have a great deal to be proud about.Delete
How exciting! May I ask why he's in demand as a ribbon-cutter?ReplyDelete
He has a famous father!Delete