Domestic Goddess

Domestic Goddess

Wednesday, 17 February 2021

Hopefully It Stops Up!

I never had a penny to my name.So I changed my name 
- Rodney Dangerfield
 Welcome to my Hump of the Week 🐫
First Day of Lent....
(No cake or chocolate for 6 weeks!)
Hug with brew.
Breakfast.
Dressed.
Quick jump into Sexy Beast. 
Hubby is working from home today, 
He jumps on the computer.
I have some housework to do.
I dusts upstairs.
Even Henry has a outing upstairs.
My new stainless splashback arrived a day early.
I really hopes it does stick...
Now for a coffee..
Quick look in the newspaper..
Sir Alan Bates, CBE  was an English actor who came to prominence in the 1960s, when he appeared in films ranging from the popular children's story Whistle Down the Wind to the "kitchen sink" drama A Kind of Loving
He would have been 87 years old 🎈
He died aged 69 in 2003.
John Barry Humphries AO CBE is an Australian comedian, actor, satirist, artist, and author. He is best known for writing and playing his on-stage and television alter egos Dame Edna Everage and Sir Les Patterson. He is also a film producer and script writer, a star of London's West End musical theatre, an award-winning writer, and an accomplished landscape painter. For his delivery of dadaist and absurdist humour to millions, biographer.
He is 87 years old.🎈
John  Leyton  is an English actor and singer. As a singer he is best known for his hit song "Johnny Remember Me" (written by Geoff Goddard and produced by Joe Meek), which reached number one in the UK Singles Chart in August 1961 despite being banned by the BBC for its death references. His follow-up single, "Wild Wind", reached number two in the charts. Alongside singing, Leyton's acting career saw him appearing in television and films throughout the 1960s. His films included The Great Escape, Guns at Batasi, Von Ryan's Express and Krakatoa, East of Java. In 2009 he also had a small part in the film Telstar, a biopic based on Joe Meek's life in which Leyton himself was portrayed by Callum Dixon. He is 85 years old 🎈
Gene Pitney  was an American singer-songwriter, musician, and sound engineer.
Pitney charted 16 top 40 hits in the United States, four in the top ten. In the United Kingdom, he had 22 top 40 hits, and 11 singles in the top ten. Among his most famous hits are "Town Without Pity", "(The Man Who Shot) Liberty Valance", "Twenty Four Hours from Tulsa", "I'm Gonna Be Strong", and "It Hurts To Be In Love". He also wrote the early 1960s hits "Rubber Ball" recorded by Bobby Vee, "Hello Mary Lou" by Rick Nelson, and "He's a Rebel" by the Crystals. In 2002, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. 
He would have been 81 years old 🎈
He died aged 66 in 2006. 
I got yesterday's blog wrote.
Lunchtime.
I got blog post published.
My hubby's and father in law's Birthday presents arrived :)
Tea at 3.
Just a cup of tea and no cake!
I had a good read of my craft mag that come.
Veggie option for us for tea.
The kids had some nice beef burgers for tea.
We carried on going through the episodes of Judge Rinder.
Another 3 watched :)
Hubby tried to put up the Splashback up behind the oven....
We shall see if it stops up by tomorrow morning!
Sleep Tea time↓
Might have to do some bingewatching tomorrow, as hubby is back in the office...

 

 

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