I know that Easter was weeks ago and we’ve already gone through Ascensiontide but Whitsun is coming up so:
And of course there has to be a bad pun one!
Is there a Agatha Christie title in this one?
I confess my brother had a banjo and as a kid I always loved when he played it. Mind that was many, many, many years ago.
If it’s about Godot
It’s for Dr Spo!
This one is for Maureen and my other friends who are members of book clubs! It’s the truth and you know it!
Before I am burned to a crisp, let me assure my faithful reader that I am a big fan of the gentleman in question.
I was only following instruction:
There is more than one way to achieve serenity – I’m just not sure this is one of them?
And I leave you with this little item. So far it has driven 1000 people crazy on another site I belong to. Have a great week.
The word for May 30th is:
Whitsunday /ˌ(h)witˈsənˌdā,ˌ(h)witˈsənˌdē/: [noun]
The traditional name for the Christian feast Pentecost in Great Britain.
Late Old English Hwīta Sunnandǣg, literally ‘white Sunday’, probably with reference to the white robes of those newly baptized at Pentecost.