Well, the cocktail party wasn't just that, we had a musical guest and a dance afterward, you'll see.
Dougie wasn't the only guest we had but he turned out to be the funnest. He said he wasn't wearing, I didn't actually look, but I do believe him.
Such a sweetheart and always in the mood for silliness.
Alex introduced our musical guest, Hethro. An acoustic set with some digital effects and some awesome visuals.
The lights stayed dim so it was hard to get pictures.
They're not too bad though. This is Jonathon Hetherington, he also had a band called Sunlikestar but now they're called The Art of Dying.I went up to Vancouver to see him play in the music festival they had up there a few months ago and he was great. Had a drummer too, they sounded excellent. Check out their site at: The Art of Dying.
Robin and I both bought his CD and had him sign it for us. He was alot of fun and hung out with us a while to see what craziness ensued. There was alot of craziness. We danced, the British contingent gave us quite a show of their choreographed dance moves to certain songs. We did the Macarena, Electric Slide I think and some other group dances. I think I needed more alcohol, I can't seem to remember now. I do remember however Allan videotaping us dancing at one point and Patti and I cringing. Good Times!!!!!!!!!!
Those Kiwi's, so much fun...
...we had to do it twice.
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