Thursday, April 09, 2009


Dear Osteopath,

So I've been thinking, we should get married. I know, I know, this seems a little hasty, given we just met this morning but you have made me feel more amazing then any man has in a long time. You've already seen me in my underwear and you didn't even have to buy me dinner, plus I actually skipped back to my hotel. I'm not sure but there may have even been a bluebird on my shoulder. This after one date, eh, I mean appointment. Think it over, I make nice cakes...

Yours sincerely,


  1. No No! Nada, nada!

    It's much easier to find a boyfriend/husband than a good doctor, and once you marry them you can't be their patient anymore...


  2. Letters knows Cow is right...anyway, letters fancies her dentist more then her Osteopath...

  3. Thanks for taking the time to visit my site.

    I know what you mean about the osteopath. My chiropractor (same thing) charmed me at first touch despite the fact that he's a perfect mix of Fred Flintstone and Uncle Fester. But with a voice like Bela Lugosi. ooooh, ooooh.

  4. Yes, I feel the same way about my dermatologist! When a man is able to suppress a whice upon seeing me nearly naked, you know it's meant to be.

  5. The Clever Pup - i think it's when ovulating it's never a good idea to book a man who's good with his hands, it's like, Leprosy? no problem, I'm happy to pick up your parts handsome......

    Vegas Linda Lou - It was a very bright room, I am a very pale girl and he didn't even sick up a little, my hero!

  6. Sometimes a girl just needs a good hard crack...!

    I love my osteopath, I was always impressed with his windowboxes too. Haven't been for a while tho which is also good!

  7. Flora - An osteopath with windowboxes? and I thought my charity shop jacket was a find....

  8. My osteopath is young enough to be my son. He says things like "for your age, you are very fit" and "as you get to your age you tend to stiffen up more".

    And I pay him for those insults.