Domestic Goddess

Domestic Goddess

Monday 3 January 2022

Time To Leave The Room!

Come on, Joan, tell us which husband was the best lover?" 
- Joan Rivers
"Yours!" - Joan Collins 
Bank Holiday Monday 
Welcome to my Monday 🎈
I woke up at 4.30am and couldn't get back to sleep. So downstairs I went for a much needed cup of brew!
I soon fell asleep until I woke up much later.
Time for breakfast with brew.
Time to get dressed.
Hubby was going to Lidl with younger son to get bits and the newspaper.
I gave him a sloppy wet 💋
I sorted through all my clothes that were hung up on the bedroom door.
1st New Year Resolution:
 Not to buy any more clothes
I also sorted through 2 baskets of dry washing.
(The washing machine was back on) 
My fabric order arrived \o/
Hubby and son came back.
Son had to spent £10 in Lidl.
It cost him nothing.
The soup maker went back on.
Chicken & Sweetcorn Soup.
Hubby finished off painting the bathroom.
My Amazon order arrived.
Another picture frame for a completed jigsaw to go on my son's wall.
Tea at 3.
Now to glue the arm back on the chair!
Now to put the things back on the wall in the bathroom.
Hubby was going to play snooker with his new cue I bought him for Christmas.
Fingers crossed he wins his match!
 I put all the toiletries back on the shelves.
Second New Year Resolution:
Not to buy any more body butters or body lotions
I got on making my meat-free Stir fry.
Quick look in the newspaper.
Phil Everly one  of The Everly Brothers.the duo combined elements of rock and roll, country and pop, becoming pioneers of country rock.They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as part of the inaugural class of 1986, and into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2001. Don was inducted into the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum in 2019, earning the organization's first Iconic Riff Award for his distinctive rhythm guitar intro to the Everlys' massive 1957 hit "Wake Up Little Susie".
Phil died on this day in 2014 aged 74.
Gerry Marsden MBE  was an English singer-songwriter, musician and television personality, best known for being leader of the Merseybeat band Gerry and the Pacemakers. He was the younger brother of fellow band member Freddie Marsden.
Gerry and the Pacemakers had the distinction of being the first act to have their first three recordings go to number 1 in the UK charts. Although they never had a number 1 in the United States, they were the second-most successful group from Liverpool, after the Beatles, to have hits on the United States pop charts. Their 1965 musical film Ferry Cross the Mersey was co-written by Tony Warren.
He sadly died on this day in 2021 aged 78.
The first episode of Camberwick Green was originally broadcast on this day in 1966.
'Meet the Gang', the first episode of It Ain't Half Hot Mum, was originally broadcast on this day in 1974.
The first episode of Dogtanian and the Three Muskehounds was broadcast on BBC1 in 1985.
Flicking through the channels for something to watch...
I came across The Fog....
It got a bit creepy for me,🙈
I left the room to fill up the dishwasher.
Still creepy.... 🙈
Time to turn it over before the fog comes back!
Sleep Tea Time.
Hubby came back from snooker, and finally won his match!
Woo hoo \o/
The temperatures are dropping....
Hubby back to work tomorrow...
I have another day off to enjoy.....


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