Domestic Goddess

Domestic Goddess

Monday 12 July 2021

Did You Watch It?

It was so hot today I went to a cash point machine just to enjoy the feel of a cold gun against the back of my neck 
- David Letterman
Welcome to my Wobbly Work Wheel 🎡
Hug with brew to start Monday with.
Woke one son up for school.
Gave out sloppy wet 💋💋💋 before I left.
On goes the Summer Coat....
Now for the fun to start 🎈
It was very quiet for a Monday.
Some of the parents were going in late because of the football last night.
Two baby birds landed on the road just up from me. Two seconds later, a car ran down over, the car following made sure both became pancakes :(
Some of the parents asked if I watched the match, I told them I watched Top of the Pops from 1991 instead.
Finished in one piece.
I had popped into the Co-op to get some milk.
The DPD delivery man phoned me, asking where my house was. I gave him the directions, and he put phone down soon after.
Back home.
The Dpd man found me and delivered the boxes from Star Bargains.
Unloaded the boxes.
Coffee time.
They are needed for the next good deed we are doing.
Now to sort out 3 boxes of CDs of my late dad's.
I managed to sort out out two trays full of CD's for the Droitwich Lions. Next was the gardening magazines that I was saving for no reason, that went in a box, then some cooking books I had from my dad's which I don't use and someone else might find useful.
4 boxes of useful things being dropped off at a Droitwich lions member on Saturday morning.
After watching a episode of The Hotel Inspector.
Out I went again.
There was a dark cloud, but I still worn my Summer Coat...
Far too humid for that winter coat.
Still some parents were asking if I saw the match, I said, "Top of the Pops from 1991".
"Manic Street Preachers on there yet?"
"No, but Paul Young and OMD was," I replied....
I finished in one piece.
Back home for a lolly pop.
I caught up with more Hotel Inspector and last week's newspapers.
I had a Chicken Stir Fry for tea.
Hubby came back from seeing his dad.
Quick look in today's newspaper.
David Carr (born in Leyton, London) keyboards (1963–1968) for The Fortunes died on this day in 2011 aged 67.
Making sure the bedroom windows are open.....
We need some breeze.....




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