Exactly a week ago, most of us heard the terrible news of Annette’s fatal accident.
Disbelief at first, it was quickly confirmed and realisation dawned that never a kind word would pass between us again as they had so many times before. In the days that followed, many a happy tale was relayed with a common thread of the respect we had for her and, more so, the respect she had for us coupled with the genuine interest she showed in our well being and that of our family and friends. Such a terrible loss is hard to put into words.
To Micka and the gang we can only offer our deepest sympathies, our heartfelt condolences and our love and our support.
Thank you for taking some time out of your life to make mine a bit better – may you rest in peace, Annette.
After too long an absence Pat, Kay, Tom & Penny return home in mid Sep and may even find a way to play a tune or six while here.
Sat 16th, folks – chalk it down.
Yeah, I know – we’ve all seen this but it’s still worth a mention. Cobh shanty singing group, the Molgoggers, decide to serenade passengers before boarding a flight taking them to the Falmouth International Sea Shanty Festival in a way that only they can. Have a listen, and a look, at them singing a few bars of Jimmy Halligan’s ‘All aboard’.
Passengers serenaded at Dublin Airport
Passengers waiting at the 300 gates to board an Aer Lingus Regional flight to Cornwall yesterday were spontaneously serenaded with an appropriate tune.The singers are the Molgoggers from Cobh, Co Cork en route to the Falmouth International Sea Shanty Festival.
Posted by Dublin Airport on Saturday, June 17, 2017
Final wrap up of the Uke Festival tonight.
Bí ann gan teip.
Psycho Killer, Qu’est-ce que c’est, fa-fa-fa-fa-fa-fafafa fa fa,