In Uncategorized on February 11, 2012 at 5:51 pm

What a south London knees up last night for Tim Cawthorne. We had the works. Fish & Chips, Chas & Dave and Zippy (from Rainbow – my niece Keeley).


Zippy even started drinking (my son Thomas)!


The venue, a quaint little place in Greenwich was full of friends and family and we certainly boogied the night away making it a night that Tim won’t forget (its not often that your Aunt-in-law drags your friends on to the dance floor – my auntie Linda)!

It created a lot of #awkward moments for the boys, but was great fun for the rest of us.

Unfortunately Tim’s night ended with Operation Cawthorne kicking in and Tim being swept out the back door (rumours that his partying being curtailed to save him for our mexico holiday were unfounded). I just think Bungle got jealous over his antics with Zippy and took him out!

When it finished, we headed back to my dad’s in Deptford, which is where we stayed overnight (always nice to be back home). We then heard the news that Whitney Houston was dead at the young age of 48.

Although i would not say a fan, her songs during my early twenties were classic eighties tunes and my lyrics today are in respect of the woman who’s vocals were truly unique!

Today we took my dad for lunch, as a proper bit of stodge (not a proper word) was needed after a big night on the sauce! It’s always nice to meet up and dad always has some one liners to keep the kids amused! Just wish they were printable!

My quote for the day. A bonus point for getting the person. Yesterday’s was the words of Blair Sabol.

“Death will be a great relief. No more interviews”.

And my lyrics. As mentioned earlier, although sung by Whitney, a bonus for the artist who originally made this famous (a version that for me is legendary). Yesterday was of course Prince and “1999”. What a party anthem.

“I believe that children are our future
Teach them well and let them lead the way
Show them all the beauty they possess inside
Give them a sense of pride to make it easier
Let the children’s laughter
Remind us how we used to be”.

  1. George Benson. Do I win a prize?

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