My Gitika disguise worked a treat

The Bishopsgate  Singers went like clockwork, everyone sang, everyone laughed no-one even noticed I was covering for Gitika Ha HA ! I knew I could do it, I think it was not so much my conducting, as my choice of wig and gown that fooled them. So apart from some complaints about the long tea break (2 hours) it was a total triumph, now to just get the hang of this Bloggy woggy stuff and I will be there.

the moment just before the breakdown.

Gitika is much better now. Doctor said its all in her head and there are no physical problems at all, most relieved. He has recommended a heavy sedative and complete rest from singing and blogging for the next few months. I have phoned the zoo and complained about the Lion cut out, although I think they may be following their own legal action (something about trauma to the African wild dogs).

Thanks for all your comments of support, I had no idea anybody actually read Gitika’s blog so that taught me! Hi again to both of you Xx .

By the way, getting people to read your blog involves reading other like minded bloggers, who in turn read yours. You can also pick up stray digital nomadic surfers by using catchy tag lines, hence ‘Aliens sighted ‘. Lets see if we can make it three.

On with the show – here is Song of the Day  ‘The Night Starts Here’ by Stars from their 2007 album ‘In our bedroom after the war’, what a

great album.