Domestic Goddess

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Friday, 12 April 2019

Getting On Top Of The Friday Feeling

In three words I can sum up everything I've learned about life:it goes on Robert Frost.
That good once a week Friday Feeling is back🎈🎈🎈🎈🎈🎈🎈🎈🎈
I break up for my two weeks Easter Holiday today :) :)
Let's celebrate with tea↓
Gave everyone a sloppy 💋💋💋 before they left the house...
Sneaky coffee before I got ready...
I got ready for coffee and chat date.
It was still freezing cold when I left the house↓
 Not even double figures!
I had a Fiat 500 up my arse all the way to my friend's house.
She was so near to my back end of Sexy Beast, she could have kissed it.💋
I had a good yak and coffee before I said goobye..
Off I go...↓
 Gets to work...
Birthdays Time
 María de Montserrat Viviana Concepción Caballé i Folch:  was a Spanish operatic soprano. She sang a wide variety of roles, but is best known as an exponent of the works of Verdi and of the bel canto repertoire, notably the works of Rossini, Bellini, and Donizetti. She was noticed internationally when she stepped in for a performance of Donizetti's Lucrezia Borgia at Carnegie Hall in 1965, and then appeared at leading opera houses. Her voice was described as pure but powerful, with superb control of vocal shadings and exquisite pianissimo.
Caballé became popular to non-classical music audiences in 1987, when she recorded, at the request of the IOC, "Barcelona", a duet with Freddie Mercury, which became an official theme song for the 1992 Olympic Games. She received several international awards and also Grammy Awards for a number of her recordings.
 She would have been 86 years old.
(She died aged 85 years in 2018)
 Ned Miller : Was an American country music singer-songwriter. Active as a recording artist from 1956 to 1970, he is known primarily for his hit single "From a Jack to a King", a crossover hit in 1962 which reached Top 10 on the country music, adult contemporary, and Billboard Hot 100 charts. He had several more chart singles in his career, although none matched the success of "From a Jack to a King". He also composed and recorded "Invisible Tears".
He would have 94 years old.
(He died aged 90 in 2016)
Jeremy Beadle: Was an English television presenter, radio presenter, writer and producer. During the 1980s he was a regular face on British television, and in two years appeared on 50 weeks of the year.
He would have been 71 years old.
(He died aged 59 in 2008)
Andy García: Is a Cuban American actor and director who became known in the late 1980s and 1990s, having appeared in successful Hollywood films, including The Godfather Part III, The Untouchables, Internal Affairs and When a Man Loves a Woman. In the 2000s, he starred in Ocean's Eleven and its sequels:, Ocean's Twelve and Ocean's Thirteen, and in The Lost City. In recent years he's had a career resurgence in such films as Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, Book Club, The Mule, and My Dinner with Hervé.
García was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as Vincent Mancini in The Godfather Part III. He was Emmy Award- and Golden Globe Award-nominated for his titular role in For Love or Country: The Arturo Sandoval Story.
He is 63 years old.
Harvey Ball : Was an American commercial artist. He is recognized as the designer of a popular smiley graphic picture, which became an enduring and notable international icon.
He died aged 79 in 2001
The Beatles "From Me to You" is released in UK in 1963
 Pheasant getting away from me↑
 I was so glad to finish!!!
More singing on the way home↓
 Coffee and nibbles↓
 The flowers came for my friend's graves↓
 Hubby does my dad's shopping.
We have fish with potato wedges..
We catch up with:
 Graham is joined by Hollywood stars Chris Hemsworth and Paul Rudd, starring together in new Marvel blockbuster Avengers: End Game, Oscar-winner Julianne Moore, star of the acclaimed drama Gloria Bell, and Kit Harington, who discusses the final season of Game of Thrones. With music from Brits breakthrough act Tom Walker, who performs Just You and I
Then off to bed to celebrate the Friday Feeling... 

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