This brief, innocent encounter was talked up by the waspish gossip columnist RONA Barrett.
Gossip columnist RONA Barrett wore a terry beach robe and diamonds.
Born in Queens, RONA Barrett was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy when she was 9.
The father claimed that his first wife, RONA Amir Mohammad, supported the girls in their Western ways.
Within an hour a boat was ready to take the homefarers to the Isle of Caves, as RONA is sometimes called.
She did not intend to worry over RONA more than she could possibly help.
I'm to stop up half an hour later than Peter, RONA; do you hear that?
"No one bothered about it at home," RONA continued cheerfully.
Was it all a dream that Ynys had dreamed, far away among the sea arcades of RONA?
RONA picked with zeal, but she had a preoccupied look on her face.