|All aboard for Southampton!|
That anniversary was of little relevance to the assembly, so we just got on with music under Paul's sensitive direction.
Angela demonstrated a new use for redundant male neck-wear ...
|It is the tie that is redundant ...not the male!|
Ken, knowing his place, initially occupied the naughty corner ...
Elayne sang in Japanese, French and Yiddish.
(She only stumbled in English.)
Elayne complained bitterly:
Nobody comes to dinner now.
We'd only eat them anyhow!
We welcomed Jane and Jonathan again ...
|Burn your bridges down, sang Jane.|
Jonathan was a big tease with all those apnoeaic intervals.
Lynda was easy and slow ...
|"Stop this now, Albert!" cries Victoria-R.|
"We only permitted one to lift the royal petticoat to buckle our royal shoe."
... oh, alright then, but be quick about it!
Mave gave account of enjoying 'spooning' on the upper deck ...
We had hoped that there would be no executions during the evening. However, Ken was released from naughty corner.
He sang and played, (extraordinarily well,) about the passing of Lady Jane Grey ...
Angela and Elayne took us to visit a beautiful royal garden ...
We went home joyfully after singing 'Happy Birthday' ... to Lynda.
(But, don't tell anybody that. We could be in trouble about copyright.)
The club will meet as usual on 18th July.
Then we have a holiday on 25th July and 1st August because the builders will be in the hall.
After that, keep an eye on the informative blog and look out for messages in your inbox.