Friday, 15 January 2010

Mr Del Monte - he say "Yes"!

My headmaster has agreed to let me have the afternoon off!

Yay!!

Watch out Mr Bocelli, you're going to experience The Manchester Chorale!

(If you don't know what I'm talking about, see previous post)

PS Just noticed; this was my 400th post, don't you know!

18 comments:

softinthehead said...

Great I hope you have a great time and look forward to hearing all about it.

Kelloggsville said...

Fantastic!

Claire said...

That's great news! So that's Jose Carreras and Andrea, who's next???!

Working Mum said...

Claire - you are forgetting that I sang with Pavarotti at the MEN! I was always hoping for Placido Domingo to complete the set.

Felinedream said...

That's fantastic news.

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Mummy Cow said...

Fantastic news!
MCx

Polly said...

Have a wonderful afternoon off.

Maggie May said...

Wow! things are looking up! how cab the headmaster say no to that!
Who knows where it will all end.

Nuts in May

Sandy Calico said...

Brilliant news - how exciting!

Expat mum said...

Remember - We want something posted on You Tube.

kestrel said...

Sing with Andre Bocelli? You choir must be incredible, I am so jealous. I have been in 2 church choirs and the closest we got to stardom was singing in the shopping malls. Hit the high notes!!

Crystal Jigsaw said...

Excellent news, what a lovely boss you have!

CJ xx

Muddling Along Mummy said...

Yay ! That's going to be so great !

1 husband, 2 kids (and lots of books) said...

Glad you got the afternoon off - have always thought it must be one of the downsides of being a teacher i.e. how to juggle all those things that need to happen before the school holidays.

The Dotterel said...

Wow! Did the Head realistically have any alternative? Hope not...and hope the concert goes well!

SMS said...

Fantastic. Do you know what you will be singing?

Working Mum said...

SMS - We don't know the music yet, which is why we haven't signed the contract yet, but I'm assuming it's the usual popular opera choruses, eg Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves, Grand March from Aida, etc.