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Wednesday, May 11, 2011

I Deeply Regret to Inform you....

Chocolate, men, coffee - some things are better rich. ~ Anon

....That no~one guessed right.  Star actually killed my favourite cup [which was a lovely royal blue & white fine China affair] when she was a toddler.  I then had a succession of rather lovely mugs which my children also found irresistible & Dearest lost so many overboard the bottom of Moreton Bay is littered with our coffee mugs.

I did not expect you all to fall into the kitty~kat~kup trap seeing as I blogged about my regular mug here.  Yep. I have a plain thick worker's mug that is practically unbreakable.  I know; my children have tried.

The apple mug is indeed Liddy's despite the red herring she threw out & Star does indeed own the musical instruments.  Dearest also likes the simplicity of a plain mug & Dino is guilty of snavelling the kitty mug.

Julie, I think you came closest to getting them all right despite being first cab off the rank.  Well done, ladies, & thank you all so much for playing!


joyfulmum said...

oh really! :( well atleast I got two out of five right:)

Julie said...

I missed that earlier post, Ganeida. Shame on me! I think there should be a consolation prize...does anyone else agree with me? :)

seekingmyLord said...

I would have never guessed the cat mug, but I knew it was not yours. (I do pay attention to your posts.) I thought it might be Liddy's, so I would not have won even if I tried.

My aunt has a tradition of everyone having their own mug, usually picked as a gift for them that suits how the giver sees the person. I like that tradition very much. Unfortunately, it takes up a great deal of space. She used to have mugs for "adopted into the family" friends that may have only stopped for a long visit once in their lives, but that way they would always feel welcome with their own mug just for them. I counted something around 45 mugs once and that is when I was just a teenager!