Domestic Goddess

Domestic Goddess

Thursday, 15 April 2021

Joining The Convoy!

The longer the title, the less important the job - George McGovern
Welcome to my interesting Thursday 👅
Mmmm nice hug with brew to start the day!
Breakfast.
Dressed.
I gave hubby a wet sloppy 💋 before he went to work.
I hung out my lollipop coat to soak up the sun's rays some more!
Now to go for a little ride is Sexy Beast.
The sun was nice and bright.
Big big sunglasses has to come out again!

I said hello to everyone in the shop while getting the newspaper.
I told the woman I was going to have a job interview later on.
"You have told me already!" Came the reply.
I left rather quick after that!
Hopefully everything will be signed for my late dad's house soon.
My dad's drive has still got two cars parked on it.
Gets back home.
Quick coffee..
I got the yesterday's blog wrote.
Early lunch.
Then to ready for the job interview.
My lucky red hat!
(Can't wait for a haircut!)
Off I go for it...
I was sticking to the 50.m.p.h of the road.
The van and car drivers were not happy.
(They couldn't overtake as the lines were against them.)
I had a nice convoy building up behind me.
Finding somewhere to park was another story.
There was actually a small space outside the building of the interview.
Gets into space, now to back and forward to tidy the car up, there was a bollard behind me, so I had to be careful not to smack the back of my car!
On goes the facemask!
I was shown around where I what I was going to do. The interview was supposed to last 20 minutes. Once I got talking, it last over an hour and 20 minutes.
He asked me if I wanted more hours besides this job.
I said yes.
Then he was talking about the job I had discovered earlier this month.
I know of that job I said.
 His advert↓↓↓
He didn't realise the mistake of £10 per year until I told him.
I was offered the job I went for.
I might be get chance of the other job as well.
Woo hoo!
I start next week :)
Now back home.
No convoy on the way back home.
I filled out form they sent me and sent it back.
(It saves printing it out and bringing it  in with me next week)
They don't have any tabards in my size.
I have four different coloured tabards from previous jobs and not one in their colour.
So I had to order some!  
Belated Tea at 3
I had to drop off the kids help Joe deliver some leaflets. It was a right pig to park somewhere to drop them off. Cars right up by arse didn't help.
I threw off my bobble hat in temper...it was going that bad!
Having too much hair doesn't help either!
I might have to get hubby to get the hair trimmers out....
Finally gets home!
Hubby comes back from work.
Nice big sloppy 💋 off me.
Nice steak and chips tea to celebrate getting the job :)
Judge Rinder time.
Quick look in the newspaper.
Marty Wilde, MBE  is an English singer and songwriter. He was among the first generation of British pop stars to emulate American rock and roll, and is the father of pop singers Ricky, Kim and Roxanne Wilde. 
He is 82 years old 🎈
Dave Edmunds  is a Welsh singer-songwriter, guitarist, and record producer. Although he is mainly associated with pub rock and new wave, having many hits in the 1970s and early 1980s, his natural leaning has always been towards 1950s-style rock and roll and rockabilly.
He is 77 years old 🎈 

Richard Conte, (birth name Nicholas Peter Conte)  was an American actor. He appeared in more than 100 films from the 1940s through 1970s, including I'll Cry Tomorrow, Ocean's 11, and The Godfather. 
He died on this day in 1975 aged 65.
R. Lee Ermey  was an American actor, and Marine drill instructor. He achieved fame for his role as Gunnery Sergeant Hartman in the 1987 film Full Metal Jacket, which earned him a Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actor. Ermey was also a United States Marine Corps staff sergeant and an honorary gunnery sergeant.
He died on this day in 2018 aged 74.
Kids came back and had their tea.
I caught up with more:
We will be catching up with Dragon's Den and Top of the Pops from 1990 tomorrow.
Sleep Tea.
Friday Feeling 🎈 back tomorrow :)



 
 
 
 
 
 

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