Saturday, October 15, 2016

MUSIC ABOVE THE CRYPT


 
Greetings from the Casa! I hope to get back to regular blogging in a couple weeks when things settle down more. But tonight, I've broke out the opera gloves for a first. The Professor and I are going shortly for an interesting event. We're going to hear a quartet play some haunting classical pieces in one of Phillies most historical cemeteries, hence music above the crypt! Of course I'll be surrounded with so much old wealthy men, just my luck their all six feet under!!! I have always been drawn to death and cemeteries, and I ADORE Halloween, so I'm loving the choice of venue, but it shocked me the Professor wanted to go. Just maybe he is turning a new leaf. Maybe even after I can get him to play out Dracula when we get back!
 
Tomorrow will be spent with friends in Lambertville for brunch then the Lambertville House and Garden Tour which is always a list of spectacular and historic homes. A perfect weekend to get out and enjoy the lovely autumnal weather.
 
Tootles for now!

27 comments:

  1. This is my kind of event. I love cemeteries! And music is good, too!

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    1. That's the last thing I need in my coiffure.

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  3. That sounds like a great event to attend in October, even though I may be a bit nervous. Have a greatly eerily good time.

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  4. with all the house boys about, not like you couldn't find a few good stiffs.

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  5. I visited my friends in town to watch college football and gorge on barbecue. I also got to show off the new wheels, and they were very pleased.

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  6. No way you'd catch me going to a cemetery at night! I'm too superstitious. But I bet the music will be lovely to hear.

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  7. O hope you enjoy your time there. I have been to Laurel Hill in the past to here the concert. Chills on my levels. I have always wanted to play my viola in a cemetery once, so what's that,say about us both?

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    1. That we both like to play instruments in the dark?

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  8. Sounds very fun and cultural, and I didn't even make any boner jokes. Oops, and there it was.

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  9. What a cultured life you lead, Mistress! Now if only you can find someone to bite your neck. :)

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    1. with the mistress, the neck is the second place they start.

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  10. What a perfectly atmospheric way to spend an October evening! I've always been intrigued with cemeteries and all things macabre.

    I've never attended a concert in a cemetery - - although I've admittedly been to some concerts that had audiences wishing they were dead....

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    1. If your intrigued by cemeteries, then you'd love Laurel Hill!

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  11. I hope you had a frightfully good time!

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  12. Its beyond me how you pull yourself together for such culture. Hope you having a fabulous weekend.

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  13. Well Mistress, that sounds like an absolutely good evening to me! Is this at the Laurel Hill? William and I every year go to their Grave Diggers Ball and have the best time in our finery. The cemetery is quite stunning and astounding. As for the House and Garden tour, we may bump into you, as we are attending also! What will you be wearing? I'd hate if we were to clash in outfits.

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  14. Well if you two started playing grabby under a blanket, make sure you grab the right boner. I meant bone. Sounds like an interesting event.

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  15. I don't find cemeteries scary. It's all the things that can put you in a cemetery that bothers me. Have fun!

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  16. I'm not a classical fan, but admit this sounds very interesting and fun

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  17. You go and enjoy.....I've seen to many horror movies to know nothing good will come of a concert over the dead, lol!

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  18. Tootles to you as well dear busy Poodle!
    What fun! Nothing but envy from me.

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  19. What a terrific idea! I hope you had a good time. Hugs!

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  20. Can't wait to read about your experience. The idea of a concert in the cemetery is fascinating. Halloween is not a holiday I embrace. But I do LOVE cemeteries!

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Go ahead darling, tell me something fabulous!

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