SydneySiders Express

SydneySiders Express
Type of post: "In Harmony" Newsletter
Sub-type: No sub-type
Posted By: Dick Bushell
Status: Current
Date Posted: Sun, 19 Apr 2020
“Little boxes on the hillside, little boxes all filled with toilet paper, no room left inside"

“Struck up a conversation with a spider today. Seems nice. He's a web designer”

“ Not quite sure what to wear to the couch tonight"

“My Very Boring Abode” [ to the tune of ‘My Wild Irish Rose’]
“My very boring a abode, I thinking that I’m going to explode. No toilet paper anywhere, Have you some to spare because our vanity is bare. In our very boring abode.
In my very simple attire, I can show off my ample spare tyre, With increasing despair while lounging here an there,  l’ve lost the remote.  In my increasingly boring abode.
I don't want to make that most terrible mistake and step out from my very boring abode”

*All suggested improvements most welcome*

Well you’ve got a have a crack!

Hi fellow barbershoppers how are you all handling physical distancing, Ouch!, Just bumped my bruised elbow.

We started the year of well, having come back a week earlier to set us up for a reasonably full year with bookings made at several Retirement Villages, Nursing Homes and two planned  Bunnings “Sausage Sizzles"

Our first event was early in February at the City of Ryde Council Library where we kicked off their series of monthly Morning Tea entertainment events. This is one of our community service activities, it was well attended, our numbers were good and we received quite a generous donation for our charity.
Mid February saw five members attend Harmony Collage, this had been very well organized and we all gained further insite into this art form we all love.

Our next event (early April) was to be something rather special. Having made arrangements through ‘Blaze Events' with the Ryde Eastwood Leagues Club we (SSEHC) had planned a combined concert with the ‘Sydney Welsh Choir.’  This was to be a Saturday night entertainment for club patrons and our guests. Each group presenting  a segment of their work and then perform two songs together in each half of the show. One of these songs was to be Carly Simons “Let the River Run" in a choral arrangement by Craig Hella Johnson. This is a lively song, if you are not familiar with it you might like to check it out on YouTube.

Stay safe, were ‘Zooming'

Yours in harmony,
Lionel Eastwood
Events Coordinator