Domestic Goddess

Domestic Goddess

Tuesday 31 August 2021

Goodbye To August!

My wife was looking through a fashion magazine, and she saw a fur coat. She said, "I want that." So I cut it out and gave it to her - Tommy Cooper
Welcome to my Tuesday 🌼🌼🐧
It was nice to have a warm hug.
Breakfast with brew.
I gave hubby a nice sloppy wet πŸ’‹ before he went to work.
Last day of August!
That went quick!
It's my youngest brother's 37th Birthday tomorrow.......
Not long before I go back to work....
Now to get some gardening done...
My postman gave me my parcel I should have had on Saturday.
His excuse was the trackers came in AFTER he went out, he looked at it when he came back in, and thought she can wait for it until Tuesday.
Funny when I worked for Royal Mail, you had to wait for the trackers to come in..
(Must have changed the rules since I left)
Back to sorting out the gardening.
My Trellises arrived.
I put them in the garden.
At least the flowers can grow up them.
Watered all the plants.
Sorted out the bit of garden for the time being.
More to be added soon...
The garden looking well nice!
Now to get on with writing 3 blog posts!
I had time for Tea at 3.
The Delivery Driver from earlier,
And gave a bit of my trellis that came off in his lorry.
That was nice of him! 
As hubby was visiting his dad again.
Time for Meat free Stir Fry.
Quick look in today's newspaper.
Larry Grayson , (born William Sulley White), was an English comedian and television presenter who was best known in the 1970s and early 1980s. He is best remembered for hosting the BBC's popular series The Generation Game and for his high camp and English music hall humour.
His camp stand-up act consisted mainly of anecdotes about a cast of imaginary friends; the most frequently mentioned were Everard, Apricot Lil and Slack Alice. He is often cited as one of the first gay entertainers to have enjoyed mass appeal, although he never made any reference to his sexuality. He was devoted to his home town of Nuneaton, where a museum display relating to his life and work and a memorial have been established. 
He would have been 98 years old 🎈
He died aged 71 in 1995.
Michael Sheard  was a Scottish character actor who featured in many films and television programmes, and was known for playing villains. His most prominent television role was as strict deputy headmaster Maurice Bronson in the children's series Grange Hill, which he played between 1985 and 1989. He appeared as Admiral Ozzel in The Empire Strikes Back (1980). 
He died on this day in 2005 aged 67
I watched the first episode of a new series on 9/11.
Hubby came back to watch it as well.
Sleep Tea time.
Hoping for a Dry Hump tomorrow 🐫





Monday 30 August 2021

Catching Up With The Big Tunes!

 Laugh and the world laughs with you; snore and you sleep alone. - Anthony Burgess
Bank Holiday Monday.
Nice hug to wake up with.
Brew with Breakfast.
Now out in Sexy Beast. 
We get the newspaper on the way.
There is still some bad driving, even if it's early!
We gets to Bidford Car Boot.
Nice car in the car park.
There were only 4 rows of car booters.
We got one DVD....and that's it!
Moving onto Stratford Car Boot now.
There were a bit more car booters than yesterday.
Overheard someone talking about someone's drinking problem.
"One glass of whiskey a day,He was having..."
I got myself a biscuit tin of buttons.
Hubby got himself more DVDs.
Back home.
Coffee time.
Now to spend the £10 off voucher at Lidl and pick up my Dunelm order.
Picked up a nice water feature from Lidl.
The woman in Dunelm wasn't very happy about something when I picked up my order.
Back home.
A man came round to give us a quote about insulating and boarding our loft.
We have to get more quotes in first before we make decision.
Then we had to pick up some lucky bags.
Nice views from the car park of the Farm Shop.
Then onto Morrisons.
Picked up another Lucky Bag.
Back home.
Here what was in the lucky bags.
Hubby had to go over and see his dad with some shopping.
While he was there, he picked up a lucky bag from the Morrison.
Here is what he got:
While he was out.
I had some potting to do!
Watered all the plants.
Hubby came home.
Tea was served up!
Roast Pork Tea.
Now to catch up with 9 weeks of Top of The Pops.....
(We fast forwarded one complete episode, it was that bad for music!)
Next Episode.
Next Episode.
The charts now appear going across the bottom of the screen, while playing a pop video!
The Divinyls track featured in Austin Powers.
Next Episode.
Next Episode.
Next Episode
Next Episode
Final Episode
Quick look into today's newspaper.
Ben  Jones  is an American actor, politician, playwright and essayist, best known for his role as Cooter Davenport in The Dukes of Hazzard. Jones also served for four years in the United States House of Representatives from January 3, 1989, to January 3, 1993. 
He is 80 years old 🎈
Now for some Sleep Tea.
Off to bed early as Hubby is back on that
Wobbly Work Wheel 🎑tomorrow!