A Song Written by 63mago I may have posted this earlier – or at least linked to it – ? Anyway, a small lesson by Jethro Tull (Ger., Eng.). * * Advertisements 8 thoughts on “A Song” Ho! Ho! Ho! Hahahaaa – yeah, Saint Frank rules. ANd now excuse me please while I collapse … over – there? yes … Anything Tull says tends to ring true for me. Happy holidays. Here Mago, your glass looks empty… *pours Mago another glass of champagne* Hope you’re having a great day, Mago darling. Watch out for Roses, she can drink most of us under the table. *pours Z another glass of champagne* Sorry, had to fish another bottle out of the fridge, Pete and I seem to have gone through that one. Z, given you taught me about happy hour, I suggest that I am merely your humble apprentice. Mago, Happy Christmas, enjoy post holiday shopping for me, okay? Retro Thank you very much, FAYcin a Croud – and for some years of interesting blogging too. I enjoy your comapny. Ahw, Roses, an angel you are. The bubbly is thankfully received. What do we have here – the widow Cliquot? But would she try, dear Z? No doubt, she’d respect my limits, I accept mine, gently slipping under the table … Happy hour – ? Like in “Have two, pay one”, Roses? By a far stretch of imagination I can not believe that Z had to introduce to this … I always nursed the suspicion that Norfolk countryside is not as innocent as it may seem. Hello Royce, welcome and thank you for your first comment here. May I call you “RR” – I can not deceide whether I should use Royce or Retro, so RR would be a nice solution … ? I hope you had good holidays, and all the renovations of the house were proofed as usefull and well done when the storms hit. “Post holiday shopping” – sorry, I had no pre-holiday shopping, and I just do not know what I should go buying now? Except for food. Maybe I can have a goose part for a better price now. Sometimes in this week I will produce a traditional “Weihnachtsessen”. Comments are closed.