Domestic Goddess

Domestic Goddess

Thursday, 28 January 2021

What To Watch Next???

It's so cold I saw a politician with his hands in his own pockets - 
Bob Hope 
Welcome to my Thursday 👸
Nice warm hug with a brew.
Hubby had to go back in the office.
I gave him a sloppy wet 💋 before he left.
I got the kids up to do their on-line learning.
I went out for some fresh air and a quick ride in Sexy Beast. 
I gets the newspaper.
Then heads back down to Morrisons for some supplies.
Facemask worn.
Wipped down the trolley and  washed my hands before entering the store.
Got my bits...
Now back home.
Unpacks the shopping.
Then starts to write yesterday's blog post.
Lunch time! 
Once blog is published.
Time to read the newspaper.
Harry Corbett OBE was an English puppeteer, magician and television and stage presenter, who is best known as the creator of the glove puppet character Sooty in 1952. 
He would have been 102 years old 🎈
He died aged 71 in 1989.
Bernard  Bilk, MBE , known professionally as Acker Bilk, was a British clarinettist and vocalist known for his breathy, vibrato-rich, lower-register style, and distinctive appearance – of goatee, bowler hat and striped waistcoat.
Bilk's 1962 instrumental tune "Stranger on the Shore" became the UK's biggest selling single of 1962: it was in the UK charts for more than 50 weeks, peaking at number two, and was the second No. 1 single in the United States by a British artist in the era of the modern Billboard Hot 100 pop chart.
He would have been 92 years old🎈
He died aged 85 in 2014.
Jim Capaldi was an English singer-songwriter and drummer. His musical career spanned more than four decades. He co-founded the psychedelic rock band Traffic in 1967 with Steve Winwood with whom he co-wrote the majority of the band's material. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a part of Traffic's original line-up.
He died on this day in 2005 aged 60. 
Henry McGee was a British actor, best known as straight man to Benny Hill for many years. McGee was also often the announcer on Hill's TV programme, delivering the upbeat intro "Yes! It's The Benny Hill Show!". He was familiar to British children throughout the 1970s as "Mummy" in the Sugar Puffs commercials, the catchphrase of which was "Tell them about the honey, Mummy".
He died on this day in 2006 aged 76.
Time to look through Netflix...
I first started to watch:
Oh dear I fell asleep watching it!
Off it went...
Tea at 3. 
Found a good doc called:
Then I got tea ready, and put it in the oven for an hour.
Hubby came home to a nice sloppy wet 💋
 Tea is served.
Chicken and rice.
Back to watch the final 2 episodes:
Great series...
What to watch next????
I looked out of the window...
Heavy rain...
At least none of the white stuff just yet!
Sleep Tea time!
Friday Feeling is back tomorrow \o/




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