Domestic Goddess

Domestic Goddess

Sunday 28 March 2021

Crash, Bang, For The Third Time!

The first piece of luggage on the airport carousel never belongs to anyone - George Roberts
 Welcome to my Sunday 👻
Nice hug with brew...
Now out for a little ride...
First stop....
Hubby picks up his grave ornament for his mum's grave from the pick up point (Argos)
Then it's off to see my mum and dad.
The grave has now been turfed over \o/
We went for a walk around the graveyard.
I went to see my friend's grave, Andy Weaver's.
Then onto Dave Messenger who I worked with at Royal Mail,and he was friends with my late dad since the 1960s.
I went over to my parent's grave to say goodbye and see them next week.
Back home.
Much needed coffee.
Then we went out for another little ride out..
Out for five minutes.
Back home.
Now to unpack my goodies...
I attempted to put the dog on the tree for the third time...
I went out of the room, and the space of the 5 minutes, the dog was off and on the floor.
Hubby had to go behind the TV cabinet to get it out.
Leaving it off the tree in the future!
Hubby starts on the tea for tonight.
I catch up with yesterday's blog post.
I just finish it when tea is ready!
Roast Chicken Tea
Afterwards, at quick look at birthdays...
 Sally Carr  is a Scottish singer, best known as the lead singer of the 1970s pop group Middle of the Road. 
She is 76 years old 🎈 
Chris Barrie (born Christopher Jonathan Brown) is a British actor, comedian, and impressionist. He worked as a vocal impressionist on the ITV sketch show Spitting Image and later starred as Arnold Rimmer in the sci-fi sitcom Red Dwarf, as Gordon Brittas in the BBC leisure centre sitcom The Brittas Empire, and as Lara Croft's butler Hillary in the Tomb Raider franchise films.
He is 61 years old 🎈 
Sir Peter  Ustinov CBE FRSA  was an English actor, writer, and filmmaker. He was a fixture on television talk shows and lecture circuits for much of his career. An intellectual and diplomat, he held various academic posts and served as a goodwill ambassador for UNICEF and president of the World Federalist Movement.
Ustinov was the winner of numerous awards during his life, including two Academy Awards for Best Supporting Actor, Emmy Awards, Golden Globes, and BAFTA Awards for acting, and a Grammy Award for best recording for children.
He sadly died on this day in 2004 aged 82.
Now to watch a film we haven't seen before.
Really good film 
Sleep Tea Time.
Everyone is back on the Wobbly Life Wheel 🎡 tomorrow....


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