Domestic Goddess

Domestic Goddess

Saturday, 7 March 2020

Moving The Boudoir Around

The difference between a taxidermist and a tax collector is that the taxidermist takes only your skin - Mark Twain
Welcome to my Saturday...
I was up early for ....
 Tea & Nibble↓
 Hubby rose from his warm pit....
Tea with porridge.
Then out of the house early↓
 
 A little ride in Sexy Beast...
 Nice to see the church on the hill↑↑
 Waitrose↑
Now off to look at the Droitwich Lions Sale↓
 There is a Bric-a-brac sale in two weeks!
We bought 3 Dvds and 3 Books.
Popped into two charity shops without buying something.
Next stop,
COFFEE!
  Yum Yum
Off to look round more Charity Shops.
The final Charity Shop had what I needed.
 Me to You Bears :)
Goes and looks in Waitrose.
Where has the toilet roll gone?
 
 Great Private Eye cover↑
I used my £8 off voucher plus the £1 off car parking ticket.
That brought the bill down.
Getting nice and warm↓↓
 Started to move our bedroom around...↓
 The dressing table has to stay in my son's room for a little bit longer....;)
 After we picked up my son from boxing, I went to visit my dad.
I gave some flowers to our special friends who has 3 children buried near my mum and dad.
 Red roses to Charlotte↑↑
 Red wreath for Craig & Carrick↑↑
 Once the ground has settled down.
I will plant some daffodil bulbs in the shape of a heart↓↓
 We nipped into Sainsburys,
As someone forgot to mention we had none when we went to Waitrose earlier!
Back home for lunch.
Baskets of washing were waiting to be washed.
I need to go out and sing....
Off to work I go↓
 I felt better when I got back.
We caught up on some telly of the week.
While everyone else had beef burgers for tea.
I chose a different meal....
Chinese Crispy beef....↑
We watched 
Then lots of episodes of:
 I caught up with the Birthdays:
Daniel J. Travanti  is an American actor. He is best known for playing police captain Frank Furillo in the television drama series Hill Street Blues (1981–1987), for which he received a Golden Globe Award and two consecutive Primetime Emmy Awards from many nominations.He is 80 years old 🎈
Kenny Ball was an English jazz musician, best known as the bandleader, lead trumpet player and vocalist in Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen.He died aged 82 in 2013.
We left the Bully alone...
Now to enter my Boudoir....


 
 

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