Domestic Goddess

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Thursday 14 April 2022

In Need Of A Hair Of The Dog!

Death is never an end, but a "To Be Continued.." - Renee Chae
Welcome to my sad Thursday 😢
Hubby had a bad night trying to sleep.
When he was coming up with the breakfast,
His phone kept ringing..
On the third attempt it was hubby's sister in law.
Hubby's dad was being kept alive just by the ambulance men giving him CPR.
Hubby was getting all upset as he couldn't go over as he has got Covid.
Hubby's brother was being driven down by his father-in-law.
My father in law was brought back to life, just loaded into the Ambulance to go to hospital.
His heart stops....and won't restart.
Everyone is all upset.
I got dressed.
(Thermal vest goes on)
Hubby needed some time alone.
I need a hair of a dog.
I know where one is...
Out I go.
I nip to Tesco Express to get my neighbour's magazine and my newspaper.
Now to see my friend, for a chat, coffee and to give some fuss to a lovely dog.
I thanked my friend for having me.
Back to see the hubby.
He is coping very well with Covid and losing his dad.
Liquid lunch time.
I dropped off son at work and went in to have a chat.
Back home.
Belated Tea at 3.
Plenty of talking done by hubby and I .
Getting lots of support.
I got the tea on the go.
Now to look into today's newspaper.
Tony Burrows  is an English pop singer and recording artist. As a prolific session musician, Burrows was involved in the production of numerous transatlantic hit singles throughout the late 1960s and early 1970s, most of which were one-hit wonders, including "Let's Go to San Francisco" by the Flower Pot Men, "Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes)" by Edison Lighthouse, "United We Stand" by Brotherhood of Man, "My Baby Loves Lovin'" by White Plains, "Gimme Dat Ding" by The Pipkins and "Beach Baby" by The First Class. During 1970, four singles by four different acts for whom he served as lead vocalist all charted at or near the top of the UK Singles Chart and additionally reached the top 20 in the United States.
He is 80 years old 🎈 
UK No.1 on this day in 1966:
Spencer Davis Group - Somebody Help Me.
UK No.1 on this day in 1979:
Art Garfunkel - Bright Eyes.
UK No.1 on this day in 1990:
Madonna - Vogue
USA No.1 on this day in 1979:
The Doobie Brothers - What A Fool Believes 
Sleep Tea Time.
Friday Feeling is back tomorrow.....



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