Nell has Exciting News

Me: Look at dear Marvin outside the coffee shop in Toronto.

Nell: Yes. Cool dude.

Me: You don’t need sunglasses inside, by the way. It’s only outside.

Nell: Okey dokey.

Me: Have you been eating bagels again?

Nell: Nope. Just a good ole peanut butter and jelly sandwich for me and a regular Americano.

Me: Are you serious?

Nell: Of course I’m not serious. I had a lightly boiled egg and soldiers with a cup of Earl Grey. Do keep up.

Me: Thank goodness.

Nell: I’d have had two boiled eggs if David hadn’t eaten the first one by mistake.

Me: Darling Big Brave Beautiful Boy.

Nell: Now, I have exciting news about David’s Mayoral Concert on Sunday.

Me: I didn’t know there was one.

Nell: It’s actually Sunday Songs with guests.

Me: Does everyone know they need to wear hats and sunglasses?

Nell: It’s on the posters.

Me: Sven Gully is bound to try and hypnotise us all. I wish Mutley was still here. The Great Mutliano would know what to do.

Nell: I might have the next best thing.

Me: What?

Nell: My friend Dorothy says an old Canadian friend of Mutley’s is holidaying at the Cottage Hotel.

Me: So?

Nell: It isn’t just anyone. It’s Oscar Barberino.

Me: Oscar Barberino?

Nell: Exactly.

Me: I’ve never heard of him.

Nell: You’ve never heard of The Great Barberino?

Me: No.

Nell: One of the most acclaimed tenors of all time?

Me: Never.

Nell: And part of The Hypnotic Circle.

Me: You’re making this up.

Nell: I am not. Rupert is on his way right now to invite Oscar Barberino to sing on Sunday.

Me: Gosh.

Nell: If anyone can secure a win for David and put a stop to Sven Gully it is The Great Barberino.

Me: Yes. Sorry.

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