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Showing posts with label David Soul. Show all posts
Showing posts with label David Soul. Show all posts

Saturday 28 August 2021

Looking In The Mirror!

There is no such as a little garlic - Arthur Baer
Welcome to my Saturday πŸ‘
I woke up at 5.50am.
I got up and made a brew.
I listened to "The Sounds of the 60s" while writing yesterday's blog post. 
Sleeping Beauty woke up and we enjoyed breakfast.
Then to wake up son to drop him off at his work.
 It was my hubby's late mum's 81st Birthday today.
(She passed away 26 years ago)
Then out!
Drops off son.
Then off to Stratford Car Boot.
We had to park in the overspill car park.
Spot the Eastenders Characters!
Now to look around....
Here is the conversation I overheard...
Buyer: The view is not nice in this mirror..
Seller: Beauty is in the eye of the beholder
Buyer:I'm interested in this mirror
Seller:Give me an offer for it
Buyer: There is a bit missing of the mirror, no thanks, and he put the mirror down!
I found another Black eyed Susan vine.
Red flowers on it.
It was only £2.50!
Another look around.
I went past a old Singer Sewing Machine...
It looked good...
Bit the hand's man off for how much it was.
It was heavy, hubby had to swap hands taking it back to the car!
The boot full.
Now off to visit Alcester.
There was no price on anything....
I got a card and balloons for my friend who is 70 today. 
We enjoyed a fishcake and chips lunch.
Now to deliver the balloons and card!
He wasn't in, so I tied the balloons to the door handle.
(I'm sure he will be pleased when he came back!)
Back home to unpack the car 
Have a much needed coffee!
Here is a pictures of before my house and garden looked like 12 years ago, and now.
Now out to get a lucky bag from Morrisons.
Then for tea. 
Quick look into today's newspaper.
Windsor Davies  was a Welsh actor whose career in film and television spanned forty years. He is best remembered for playing Battery Sergeant Major Williams in the sitcom It Ain't Half Hot Mum (1974–1981) over its entire run. The show's popularity resulted in Davies and his co-star Don Estelle achieving a UK number one hit with a version of "Whispering Grass" in 1975. He later starred with Donald Sinden in Never the Twain (1981–1991), and his deep Welsh-accented voice was heard extensively in advertising voice-overs. 
He would have been 91 years old 🎈
He sadly died aged 88 in 2019 
 David Soul (born David Richard Solberg) is a British-American actor and singer. He is known for his role as Detective Kenneth "Hutch" Hutchinson in the television series Starsky & Hutch from 1975 to 1979; Joshua Bolt on Here Come the Brides from 1968 to 1970; and Officer John Davis in Magnum Force in 1973. In 1977, he scored a number one hit single with "Don't Give Up on Us".
He is 78 years old 🎈 
Now for some Sleep Tea...
As normal we carried on watching something on Netflix, and fell asleep!
Upstairs to bed as off to visit another car boot tomorrow!


Friday 28 August 2020

Finally Finished It!

I never did give them hell.I just told the truth, and they thought it was hell - Harry S Truman
Welcome back to the Friday Feeling🎈
 Cake,yak and coffee time today.
 Hug and brew time↑
Too late for a walk.
Gave hubby a sloppy πŸ’‹ before he went to work..
 Far too cold for August↑
Quick look in the newspaper↓
David Soul (born David Richard Solberg)  is an American-British actor and singer. He is known for his role as Detective Kenneth "Hutch" Hutchinson in the television series Starsky & Hutch from 1975 to 1979. He became a British citizen in 2004.He is 77 years old 🎈
With coffee↓
 I wrote yesterday's blog post.
I got Julio the Janome ready for the play later↓
 Some nice magazines and material came↓
 My friend arrived for yak, cake and coffee↓
After my friend went.
Late lunch↓
 Started on the cake.
Tea at 3↓
 After melting more white and dark chocolate the cake was finished!
 Not bad looking considering it first started out like this↓
We have Pork chops for tea.
(Too hungry to take the photo.)
I delayed going to do my job until Sunday....
So more NYPD Blue to watch↓
With sleep tea↓
Fingers crossed for tomorrow's Bake Off..

Friday 24 January 2020

Remember Your Womble!

Misfortune: the kind of fortune that never misses - Ambrose Bierce
Welcome back to the Friday Feeling🎈
 The lovely red t-shirt was worn..↓
 I heard the sad news of the death of 
 John Karlen :( 
Who played the sexy Harvey in Cagney and Lacey.
 I had the first hug and cup of tea of the day↓
 I gave everyone their sloppy πŸ’‹πŸ’‹πŸ’‹
Out I go...↓
 Feeling a lot colder↓
 Has a quick peek in the newspaper..↓
Ade Edmondson, British comedian,actor, musician and television presenter is 63 years old 🎈
Vic Reeves [James Roderick Moir], English comedian,is 61 years old🎈
Chris Penn, was an American actor.He died aged 40 in 2006.
  I start my lollipop 🍭 job...
Some of the parents say the most wonderful word to me....
One parent when he says..."Remember....?"
I replied,"Remember your Womble.!"
He laughed..
 A lot less cars are stopping this morning \o/
Once I finished and was walking back to Sexy Beast.
Still with my lollipop coat on↓
I had a three year old boy just staring at me while I was walking.I waved at him, he waved back, he kept looking, while his dad picked him up and put him in the car!
Now back to doing what I do best.....
 I got to be B3↓
Webbs Experience Time↓
 Coffee, nibble and chat time↓
 I said goodbye to my friend,
And off I go again...
I looked across the fields of fun for the last time this week↓
 I had a really red face when I got finished.
I drove with the window open while singing along↓
It isn't reaching double figures today↓
 My new album has arrived :)
 After I had my coffee.
I gave hubby a sloppy πŸ’‹
I started to listen to the new CD while on the way to my Lollipop job↓
 "It's Friday!" I get from some of the parents.
Only a few cars didn't stop.
I saw my friend at the end of my shift.
He told me of his plans for the weekend,and I did vice versa.
Then off home with...
 I get changed and off to the Happy Place Of Work.
While cleaning in the offices in the factory part. I tripped over an old  boating bollard that was keeping the interlocking door open.
I had a witness to it!
I joked "There might have been a large crater in his new office floor if I had landed there.
So big would the crater big, they could have seen it from the moon!" 
Joking aside, I had to take off my trainer the pain was that bad in my right ankle. 
I hobbled about and got my job done.
I hobbled home.
Chicken dinner was ready for me.
I put my foot up.
Took some painkillers to ease the pain.
I had to forgo doing my final job of the day as the pain was unbearable.
Off to bed to escape the pain!