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Shhhh... It's Business Time

I'm actually supposed to be sending out invoices right now, but as Sime's busy pottering about - I thought I could sneak in a quick blog... Working out invoices is just boring & means using my brain, so some light relief is needed!

I said last night that we'd upload the film from yesterday & after a visit to the Eden Cafe - we've now got it on to Youtube. I didn't realise at the time of filming that our chattering would be picked up so clearly!!!

And guess what was playing in the CD player at the time? Yes - yet another Dolphins song! A recording done in Mart's shed during a recent practice... It's proved to be a very good soundtrack!



You may all think that we only listen to The Dolphins Fly, but today we dug out one of our Flight Of The Conchords CDs & have laughed so much again. Here is one of my favourite songs:

Well it is Wednesday...

Enjoy!

Kay :)

Comments

Karin said…
That video is pretty amazing, but I don't think I would have gone so close to make it. well done for surviving to tell the tale!
pattypan.2 said…
Wow you made devils you - I am deeply envious as I love the sea like this. And you lived to tell the tale. It must be nice to play hooky doing something like this when you have a few minutes spare - beats preparing invoices. The camera looks a good un.

Take care

Tricia (aka Pattypan)

xx
Anonymous said…
I love the video. As for those invoices - there is always tomorrow.

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