I am updating an earlier suggestion. I think you should start a family singing group called, 'Tillie May & the Midge-ettes'.
Tilly gets her "fine" singing voice from her nana!!! and her good looks from grandad!!As luck would have it I'm now almost deaf!!Tony.
Darling!! Could pinch the cheeks right off her. LOL
Must admit she does have lots of kisses when Nana and Grandad visit......
GO Tilly MAY!!!!!!!
Tillie May, what a darling you are! What terrific ages for the grandparents to spoil them, all of them. I bet Tillie does get lots of kisses and hugs from Grandpa and Nana. Her eyes just shine.
The only thing I am unhappy about the Eurovision Song Contest is that the use of English, in the Eurovision Song Contest increases year by year.As a native English speaker I think this is unfair!It's certainly time to break the habit of "language imperialism", in the Eurovision Song Contest, and use a song, sung in Esperanto instead!This is a serious suggestion, as you can see from the Esperanto music which is already available at http://www.vinilkosmo.com/?prs=listen or at http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-8837438938991452670There's even cheesy Esperanto music available! See http://www.ipernity.com/home/56084
Thanks Brian, 'er, we will keep it in mind!Have to say, think Tilly May might have a slight struggle actually climbing up on to the stage anyway...Great vocals though eh?
It's Michele again..... Eurovision...... please.... pull out ....................all is lost....... even with Andrew whatsits name.......
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