December 31, 2012

A New Year


appy New Year to you all.

I have been having problems with my computer and probably need to replace it, hence the light posting.
In Germany and Denmark  it is not New Year's Eve if you do not watch this very funny sketch made in England  in1963 starring May Warden as  90 year old Miss Sophie celebrating her birthday. She has outlived all her friends.
 The butler is played by Freddie Frinton.
 The original skit was written in 1920 but has endured all these years.
 I hope you like it as much as I do and make it your own tradition.


  1. LOL! Thanks for making my morning Annie. I loved it! English comedy is my favorite.
    Sorry about your computer. Hope you can replace it soon. Have a blessed and happy new year my friend. Hugs

  2. Happy New Year Annie :)
    LOL thanks for the morning laugh!! Sorry about your computer :( No fun when they get old and start to slow down and have problems that is for sure!! Have a wonderful day and evening! See you next year!!
    Hugs, Dru

  3. Hi Annie! Just passing by to wish you a very safe and happy New Year! I'm sorry to read about your computer. :( I hope that you are able to replace it soon. Hugs.

  4. Happy New Year! I hope 2013 treats you very well and a new computer is on your way soon!

  5. Happy New Year, Annie! Good health and happiness in 2013!

    I ahven;t seen this skit in a long time--it is so sweet and timeless.

    We are almost ready for our move. Please keep us in your prayers for a safe and easy drive west! Thanks!

  6. Hi Annie, I remember seeing this a long time ago. Funny for sure.
    My computer is acting up too. Maybe we will both end up with new
    laptops. Happy New Year!

  7. Very funny, Annie! Reminds me of a Carol Burnette Show skit! Hope 2013 is a great year for you! Skoal!

  8. Very funny! The poor man tripping over the animal rug head reminds me of Dick Van Dyke who was always tripping over the hassock on his TV show. Have a wonderful weekend.

  9. Happy 2013, Annie. Wishing you all the very best in the coming year.


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