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Latest Dolphins Gig

Thank you for all your comments over the last couple days...
We promise to catch up properly tomorrow.

We've worked all weekend & in the morning we have builders coming in to take over our dining room, so we're busy moving our clutter from here to another part of the house!
The guys will be here at 8am, so we're going off to bed early ...

Last night,  I had my arm twisted to venture out & see The Dolphins play - which I enjoyed, as I've not been for a while. 
Sime's old band turned up too to watch, which was a surprise - a nice surprise!

Anyway, I managed to fit in a quick video in between stuffing CDs & their inlays into cases - which was a thrilling job!

Sime says you'd all love to see it, so here is University by The Dolphins Fly:


 Hope you enjoy it!

Kay & Sime 
xx

Comments

Anonymous said…
Wonderful!!!
The Smiths said…
Thanks Mel - Sime's very happy that you like it!

Kay :)

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