Monday, 5 January 2009

Anglo American fun on 12th Night

Nothing serious today!

I have been out to a wonderful 12th Night Party at the home of Muriel Quinn, an Englishwoman (from Lancashire) who worships at St. Boniface Church.

There were about 14 guests, some of whom are English, or have English connections.

We had great food, including British Bangers, Cornish Pasties and Christmas pudding.

We also did “turns”, with cello and piano music, vocal solos, limericks, and Muriel’s wonderful rendition of the Stanley Holloway monologue “Albert and the Lion”.

It was a terrifically silly Anglo/American event.


We each knew how to invest in the Bank of Memories.

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