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Friday, 25 March 2022

Don't Forget the Sun Cream!

 If you play with anything long enough it will break 
- Murphy's Law
Welcome back to the Friday Feeling 🎈
Brew with breakfast.
I gave hubby a warm hug instead of a sloppy wet one.
I went back to sleep once everyone had gone to work and school.
Later on I got up.
Thermal vest went on.
Coffee machine went on.
All the bins got emptied.
Dish washer was loaded up and put on.
Now to enjoy some fresh air!
Now to put on the bread and soup makers↓
Now to get yesterday's blog wrote.
The loaf turned out nice!
I took another Covid Test.
Woo hoo Negative again :)
Now for some nice soup.
Then I carry on writing yesterday's blog.
Tea at 3.
I puts the tea in the oven ready.
Hubby comes home and has a warm hug.
Dishes up the tea.
We watched the remaining episode of series 3 of Amazing Hotels.
Shangri-La, London↓
We watched the Fame episode which was based on Wizard of Oz.
Looked in today's newpaper.
Johnny  Burnette  was an American singer and songwriter of rockabilly and pop music. In 1952, Johnny and his brother, Dorsey Burnette, and their mutual friend Paul Burlison formed the band that became known as the Rock and Roll Trio.
He would have 88 years old 🎈
 Sadly his career was cut short on August 14, 1964, when he was killed in a boat crash at age 30.
Dan Seals  was an American musician. The younger brother of Seals and Crofts member Jim Seals, he first gained fame as "England Dan", one half of the soft rock duo England Dan & John Ford Coley, who charted nine pop singles between 1976 and 1980, including the No. 2 Billboard Hot 100 hit "I'd Really Love to See You Tonight". 
He sadly died on this day in 2009 aged 61.
UK No.1 on this day in 1989:
Madonna - Like A Prayer. 
USA No.1 on this day in 1967:
The Turtles - Happy Together
USA No.1 on this day in 1972:
America - A Horse With No Name
USA No.1 on this day in 1989:
Mike & The Mechanics - The Living Years.
Sleep Tea Time.
Then we both fall asleep until 2am.....
Back to that warm bed we go.....




 

 


 



Friday, 7 January 2022

Relax, Don't Do It!

Appreciate me now, and avoid the rush - Ashleigh Brilliant
Welcome back to the Friday Feeling 🎈
Warm hug to help the Friday Feeling along.
Brew with Breakfast.
Thermal vest with lots of layers.
Dressed.
Gave hubby a sloppy wet one πŸ’‹
Now to uncover Sexy Beast.
I had to park around the corner as the Hall's gates were closed.
2 winter hats and thermal gloves went on.
On the way to turning on my lights, a black car went past me, making a terrible from the engine, and they didn't have their headlights on either!
While waiting to turn them on. A long based truck came out of the junction with no lights on, and had properly scraped his windscreen. I call it a tank!
After I turned on my lights.
Time to walk down to my spot!
Now for the fun to start!
One Black BMW raced past me at about 60 m.p.h and came back down the road at the same speed!
Considering it is a 30 m.p.h zone!
I just had 3 BOINGS on the car roofs when they went under my stick!
I finished in one piece.
As I was going back to Sexy Beast, I got chatting to some parents I cross over.
"Are you going home for a hot coffee?" They asked.
"Going to change out of this coat, and have a browse in the charity shop." I replied.
"See you later," They said.
I got changed and walked down to the Charity Shop. I got a nice soup bowl for hubby
(To take his soup in to work)
Back to Sexy Beast.
I picked up the newspaper on the way home. 
I put on the coffee machine.
Unpacked all my goodies.
Then I peeled some potatoes for tea tonight.
Put the faggots and pies in the oven.
Now for coffee!
I got yesterday's blog post wrote.
Something different for lunch besides Soup.
Cheese and cucumber sandwiches.
Now out for the final afternoon shift.
Winter hats, and thermal gloves went back on.
Turned on my lights.
Met up with my friends for a little bit of a rabbit.
Just before I started, I wished them both a good weekend.
Now to get on with the final shift of the week!
I said hello to two women I say hi to in the afternoons.
I said to them,"To do some relaxing this weekend....!"
"Fat chance of that,"Replied one.
Then I sang the following to them as they started to walk off:
"Relax, don't do it
When you wana go to it
Relax, don't do it"
They thought it was funny ;)
I wished the parent who lost her dad just before a happy weekend in the circumstances.
She is cleaning out her late dad's flat this weekend.
I said, "My brother dropped nearly all the contains of my late dad's 3 bedroomed house at my house last year!"
"Bloody hell!" She said.
"That's what I said!" I replied.
I finished in one piece.
Home time!
I put the oven on as well as the potatoes.
Time for a brew!
Hubby comes back and has a wet sloppy πŸ’‹
Time for Faggots and Mash.
A quick look in today's newspaper.
Andy Brown (born Andrew Brown, in Birmingham) was the drummer with The Fortunes (1963–1977).
He is 76 years old 🎈 
Rod Taylor  was an Australian actor. He appeared in more than 50 feature films, including The Time Machine (1960), One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961), The Birds (1963), and Inglourious Basterds (2009).
 He had started to gain popularity after starring in The Time Machine (1960), as H. George Wells. He later starred in the Disney film One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961), as Pongo. In one of his most famous roles, he played Mitch Brenner in The Birds, directed by Alfred Hitchcock (1963). By the late 1990s, Taylor had moved into semi-retirement. His final film role was in Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds in 2009, portraying fictionalized version of Winston Churchill in a cameo.
He died on this day in 2015 aged 84
The hit tv show "Fame" debuted on NBC today in 1982. The show ran for 6 seasons.
The first episode of Fraggle Rock was broadcast in the UK in 1984.
 Popular comedian and TV presenter, Larry Grayson, died (aged 71) in 1995 He’s best remembered for hosting the BBC1 series, The Generation Game, and for his famous catch phrase: “Shut That Door.”
We got the shopping trolley ready for tomorrow's visit to Droitwich.
Droitwich Lions have their Book Sale tomorrow.
Then to go and look around the good Charity Shops for some bargains.
We watched the news, especially about the sad death of Sir Sidney Poitier.
Sleep Tea Time.
Now to warm up under that 16 tog duvet 🎈



 
 
 
  


 




Friday, 26 November 2021

Getting In The Festive Mood (Early)

Santa Claus has the right idea. Visit people once a year 
- Victor Borge
Welcome back to the Friday Feeling 🎈
Nice warm hug.
Brew with Breakfast.
Thermal vest goes on.
&
Sexy yellow lumo trousers.
It's raining pretty hard outside.
Gives hubby a sloppy wet πŸ’‹ before I leave.
The hall where I normally park was closed. I parked around the corner. I got on my big boots, 2 hats and waterproof gloves.
I turn on my lights, and wait under shelter to
Starts my shift, as the rain is really coming down.
Once I do start, the fun starts.
Orange bread lorry, stops in the Keep Clear space, so I have to walk behind it, to stop the traffic. 
On woman in white volvo, gave me a look of hate when I stopped her, and she drove off in the wrong gear....
At least the rain stopped half way through my shift and the sun came out!
Finished in one piece.
Went back to Sexy Beast.
Just took off my winter coat.
It just poured down with rain.
I picked up the newspaper on the way home.
On goes the coffee machine.
Tumble drier goes on.
Coffee time.
Now to update the blog with 2 blog entries up to lunch.
Now to leave early to get a parking space.
Gets the last car parking space.
On goes two hats and gloves.
Puts on my lights.
Mince pie time.
Christmas market time.
The large gusts of wind isn't helping.
I say goodbye to my 2 friends and start my last shift of the week.
Car drivers are trying not to stop.
Until I lower my stick and they have to!
At least I finished in one piece!
Walks back to the car, and the car park is half empty now!
Nice pink clouds!
Back home I go.
Now to fry the beef, onions, mushrooms, garlic in the large pan.
Adds the vegetables to the casserole dish.
Into the oven it goes.
Finishes writing yesterday's blog post.
Gives hubby a sloppy wet πŸ’‹when he comes home.
Tea is served.
Now to listen to some great 70s tunes.
Now for some Christmas tunes...
The Flying Pickets - Only You
Jona Lewie - Stop The Cavalry
Mud - Lonely this Christmas.
Now to look into today's newspapers.
Norman  Milne, known professionally as Michael Holliday  was a British singer, who was popular in the late 1950s and early 1960s.
He had a number of chart hits in the UK, including two number one singles, "The Story of My Life" and "Starry Eyed"
He would have been 97 years old 🎈
He sadly died aged 38 in 1963.
We watched "Have I Got News For You."
Sleep Tea Time.
Bed early as I am having my Covid-19 Booster tomorrow...