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Showing posts with label 1989. Show all posts
Showing posts with label 1989. Show all posts

Saturday, 25 July 2020

Going Back In Time To The 60s

"Instant gratification takes too long" - Carrie Fisher
Welcome to my weekend ๐ŸŽˆ
A little bit of a lie-in...
Then it's hug and brew time↓
 Breakfast.
Dressed.
Then out to do some shopping before it starts to rain↓
  Facemask at the ready↓
 It didn't help the hand scanners were out of order!
Everyone was wearing their facemasks.
I still got the nice toilet roll...↓
 Off to get our meat order,
As we have made room in our freezer now.
Back home before the rain starts↓
First cup of coffee↑↑↑
The bread maker was put on to make a nice loaf for later↓
Started to write yesterday's blog post.
When the rain started....
 View from my back garden↓
 My son's new headphones arrived↓
 Lunchtime↓
 Catch up on Top of the Pops from 1989↓
 First up was Erasure↓
 Next↓
 Marc Almond and Gene Pitney next↓
 Beautiful South was next↓
 Next up Jive Bunny↓
 Second number 1↓
 Third Number 1 of 1989↓
 The bread was done \o/
 
On Friday night before Top Of The Pops,
"Sounds of the Sixties" was on.
Now to move on to some great songs from the 60s↓
 Made my friend's 60th Birthday cake.
All done...
(Pictures tomorrow)
Nice smell of Gin coming from it. 
Lots of rain,thunder, and lightening soon followed↓
Back on the NYPD Blue boxset.
Season 3 
Nice steak tea↓
 Off to do the shopping for the week at Lidl
(As well as my neighbour's shopping)
 We wore out facemasks.
Two men walked in without their's.
Another man came in without his.
While we were paying for our shopping, two women had joined the queue without wearing their's either.
I dropped my neighbour's shopping around to him.
Back on the boxset with a dose of Sleep tea↓
Charlie  Rich was an American country music singer, songwriter, and musician. His eclectic style of music was often difficult to classify, encompassing the rockabilly, jazz, blues, country, soul, and gospel genres.
In the later part of his life, Rich acquired the nickname the Silver Fox. He is perhaps best remembered for a pair of 1973 hits, "Behind Closed Doors" and "The Most Beautiful Girl". "The Most Beautiful Girl" topped the U.S. country singles charts, as well as the Billboard Hot 100 pop singles charts and earned him two Grammy Awards. Rich was inducted into the Memphis Music Hall of Fame in 2015.He died aged 62 in 1995.
 Lidl have some great bargains on sale tomorrow.....
Off to visit the Bromsgrove branch tomorrow,
The first time since March!!!
(With facemasks of course!)


 

 

Friday, 15 May 2020

Finger Licking Tasty!

It is impossible to experience one's death objectively and still carry a tune - Woody Allen.
Welcome to the Friday Feeling๐ŸŽˆ
The sun is out....
Time to enjoy a warm hug and cup of tea↓
 We had breakfast.
Them got dressed.
Out in the sunshine↓
 Blue skies↓
 Gets back home.
Hubby goes back to work↓
I look inside the newspaper↓
 My face covering arrived↓
 I wrote yesterday's blog post.
Light lunch time↓
 Bread maker gets put on↓
 Tea and cake time↓
 We got 4 out of 6 on the TV themes quiz.
I made my hubby a face mask↓
 It was nice to have a old favourite for tea!
Finger licking fish and chips↓
 We watched the Trump Press Conference↓
 Bread comes out nice↓
 Off to work I go↓
 
 Music time↓
I came back.
Hopped into the car for a quick ride to Lidl↓
 I got the milk  for tomorrow.
Now to watch Top of The Pops from 1989↓
Broke into some loud warbling when Then Jerico appeared 
 (I still have the 12 inch of Sugar Box)
I have most of Then Jerico's singles and their albums...
Here is a quick refresh of some of their hits...↓
 I had to fast forward some of the songs featured on top of the pops....oh dear!
 At least I like the number 1↓
 
 I am looking forward to the October Top of The Pops when Jive Bunny goes back to Number 1 with my favourite song of their's↓
Jive Bunny still has a few fans like me I found out on Twitter :)
Off to a warm bed to enjoy some Friday Feeling๐ŸŽˆ