Thursday, January 28, 2010

Lord Bonkers' Diary: Christmas Day at Bonkers Hall

Apologies for the lack of blogging today: I have not been well. Things are happier at the Hall...

Christmas Day

I look around my table at the guests assembled for lunch at the Hall – Paddy Ashplant, Menzies Campbell and the formidable Elspeth, the Reverend Hughes, Knuckles Oakeshott, Hazel Grove (such a brave choice of dress in this cold weather!), Bob Russell (we miss his brother Conrad – though not the latter’s Big Band – on such occasions), Tavish Scott in his horned helmet, Susan J. Kramer (though not the Dakotas, who tend to eat rather a lot), some amusing young people from the Liberator “collective”, PC Heath, Philip “Whoopi” Goldenberg and several of the Elves of Rockingham Forest (strictly speaking they were not invited, but I find it is best to keep on the right side of these fellows) – and reflect how lucky I am to have so many fine friends and colleagues.

Earlier this week:

2 comments:

quietzapple said...

Fear Not!

Lembit and The Cheeky Girls are tied up out of harms way under the organ in the Minstrels' Gallery . . .

dreamingspire said...

Hazel Grove is of course the panhandle of Stockpot..