Monday, December 24, 2012

The (Seasonal) Smiling Hour

It'll be my famous fish pie tonight. And Carols From King's.

And, well yes, a nice cold Guinness I should think, plus a few Vina Sols.

Thank you for your company this year, you lovely people.

And have yourselves a Merry Little Christmas, do x

Tony Bennett - 'I'll Be Home For Christmas (live on the Jon Stewart Show)' (1994)


  1. May I be the first to wish you and yours all the best for the season.

    I am feeling a bit, I don't know at the moment just completed the Cemetery run, never the most uplifting of duties but must be done.

    I will be fine by the time A Festival Of Nine Lessons and Carols comes on R4. For an atheist i do enjoy this on Christmas Eve.

    Just been told to go back out to the shops, for the third time today!

    Fish pie, yuk!!!

  2. I'll be the second. Happy Christmas Davy.

  3. Fish pie YUM!!

    Cheers chaps, you jingle bell RAWK x

  4. Merry Christmas, and thanks for all tracks, some of which I like! More next year please.

  5. 'Some of which I like' ! - cheers George, it's nice to have had you poppin' in, so - keep on poppin' and all the best to you and yours x

  6. the very bestest to you and yours dear boy. ta for every little thing as ever

  7. I'm sitting wrapping L's pressies and having a rum and green ginger while she and the boys are down at her mother's for Baileys and canapes. The house is quiet for the first time in about a week.

    it's beginning to feel a lot like Christmas.

  8. Quiet is underestimated D.

    Happy Christmas Ms A, to you and E an yours x

  9. Merry Chrimbo Davy. Some feedback for you: I bought Water Town the other day, saw a pristine copy for a quid in my usual vinyl hunting ground. You're a bit of a guru.

  10. It's a wonderful album Tog. Ms Ally was the guru on that - despite all my previous with Frank.

    Merry Christmas to you and yours too dear boy.


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