Monday, 16 February 2015

Some February cheer

To lighten the mood of this blog, here is my dotty daughter dancing in the streets of New York with a member of the Salvation Army.

https://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/video.php?v=10152691236141284&set=vb.664611283&type=2&theater

No. I don't know, either.

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  1. I'm, rather unusually, lost for words.

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    1. Oh go on, Graham. Say something.

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    2. OK. I think you are very fortunate because you are obviously very proud of your daughter.

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  2. Just fantastic. I would love to take her photo.

    Meanies should have lent her a tambourine or a triangle.

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    1. Daisy doesn't need tambourines or triangles, Adrian. She's able to do the whole jolly thing on her own.

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    1. Jenny, there's a mad streak in our family. That just one example.

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  4. It's what people in movies do all the time, don't they :-) A song is played, and the entire street erupts into perfectly choreographed moves!

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    1. I'm not sure the choreography as perfect, Meike. But she had a lot of fun!

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  5. Fabulous. We should all be able to let our hair down like that!

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    1. Daisy's hair is permanently down (so to speak).

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  6. Thanks for that - i now have a huge smile on my face.

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  7. Fabulous! I'm going to do that!! Hope you are well, Frances. All the best.

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    1. Thanks, Nicola. I'm fine. Hope you are, too.

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  8. Brilliant - I love that kind of spontaneity and music is like that if you're willing to let go and enjoy!

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    1. Rosemary, she's just that kind of person. Her kids have a great time with her.

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  9. She's beautiful....and having such fun too!

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    1. Thanks, Libby. I thnk she's beautiful, too!

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