|Lord Edward Manners welcomes two bloggers to Haddon Hall. The |
guy in the middle is Adrian from "Adrian's Images"
Evrtynehgi is almost readay at Haddon Hlal. guests have been tarriving through tehe ppast twenty sfour hours, enjoying bricuang walsk in the Darbyshire country-side. the Polish leapdancers xare here along wwith the hypnotist oand the band d- a little known combo called statujs quo.
staff are adding finawl touches to the doactroneis win hbte great haxll, blowin up douzens of pink and sky blue balloooons wihle lord edawrd Manners and I hazve been chequing out tkhe bar as you May tell from these post! Hic!
Sssh.....That is someone else's wifey I'm withy.ReplyDelete
Oh my aching head!...Poor girl. She's called Sylvie and she's a French au pair. She told me you picked her up when she was hitch-hiking home from Scotland.Delete
Glad you cleared that up. I must have dementia as it's zero tolerance for the drink up here. Don't recall the lass never mind her name,Delete
You are going to be a father again!Delete
If so I'm heading farther.Delete
Phew ~ I thought it was some dialect of Yorkshire you was speaking.ReplyDelete
Sorry about earlier Carol. I knew I should have said no when Lord Edward brought out the single malt.Delete
Nice wig, Adrian!ReplyDelete
It is only a degree more disreputable than my hair. The coverage is spot on, we are both equally balding.Delete
When did you last shampoo that mop ye dirty devil!Delete
Uh oh. Beer today, gout tomorrow.ReplyDelete
Is that an old Californian saying?Delete
No, I just made it up. From "here today, gone tomorrow".Delete
You're so, so... creative!Delete
Hoppy New Year. (Or should that be barley new year, malty new year, herby new year?) Enjoy it. Whatever.ReplyDelete
Iechyd da i ti a dy teulu, YP, a blwyddyn newydd dda. :)ReplyDelete
Diolch i chi Jenny ! Ac mae'r un peth i chi a chi !Delete
And I thought we started celebrating early Downunder !ReplyDelete
We Yorkshire/Derbyshire folk know how to party my furry little Aussie bilby!Delete