Monday, 21 July 2008

Well, now...

It seems I have an award. I have been nominated by someone called 'The Dotterel' who seems to find my blog amusing. I like to consider myself a well-bred sort of person, so I will accept this gift in the same spirit as it appears to have been offered, and do as required and nominate my own list of prize-winners. Here they are:
1. Rev'd Mad Priest, Clerk in Holy Orders
2. Kevin Musgrove Esq., Librarian
3. Sir Simon Monacle, Bart. Organist
4. Mr John France, Musicologist
7. Mr Lay-Clerk, er - lay-clerk
Well, that's the end of that, then!

10 comments:

Lay Clerk said...

What can I say dear boy? Thanks ever so much.

In the same spirit as your good self I shall nominate my own list, to be posted in due course on my own modest effort of a Blog, once I've put a bit of thought into it. Oh alright then, when I get back from the supermarket trip on which I'm about to embark!

Sir Monocle said...

Thank you Can Bass. I just went up 3 hat sizes!!

John France said...

Well Thank-you Can Bass! I am very proud. Like Sir Monacle I will have great rouble getting my head through the door.

And I do enjoy the Can Bass blog too!

having my cake said...

Why thank you for sharing the love... not sure Im much of a baker tho. I suspect my talents lay in a rather different direction ;)

The Poet Laura-eate said...

I just went up three door sizes!

Bless you my son/father!

I am indeed honoured.

Laura xx

Eddie 2-Sox said...

Nice work CB1.....and pop over to my place when you have a moment, you've only gone and got another one!

Kevin Musgrove said...

Well thankee kindly Can Bass.

May the good vibes send Felicia your way.

Kitty said...

Congratulations on your award. Gosh, that lay clerk person looks quite scary on the profile picture don't they? :-O x

Lay Clerk said...

I'm not really scary Kitty, honest! I'm sometimes quite nice underneath it all.

Can Bass 1 said...

Indeed he does, Ms Kitty, but do accept his reassurances - if you think he looks scary, you should see some of our clergy! And yet they are, underneath if all, gentle souls with a passion for pressing wild-flowers and the like. I'm sure Mr Lay-Clerk will be similar.