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Showing posts with label Dynasty - Season 3 (1982-1983). Show all posts
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Saturday 19 November 2022

Another Edition To My Nutcracker Family?

If you have to ask the price, you can't afford it - J.P. Morgan
 Welcome to my Saturday Fun 💋
I woke up early and started to listen to "Sounds  of the 60s" with a cup of tea.
(Hubby was sleeping downstairs and was being tested for his sleep and snoring problems, by having a machine attached to himself)
UK Top 3 From 1962 
Del Shannon - The Swiss Maid
Chris Montez - Let's Dance
Frank Ilfield - Lovesick Blues
Once the test had finished.
He had a cup of tea.
Breakfast followed.
Opened the curtains.
The sun is back!
Then out we go to Worcester Hospital to take the machine back.
Hubby gave the machine back.
He then spent 30 minutes looking in the hospital for his snooker mate that was in there.
He gave up after being sent back and forth.
We did our shopping at the local Lidl.
Afterwards we had a drink and nibble.
Then we moved the car to look in Homesense.
Then we went to have a coffee in Dunelm.
The view from my seat.
Coffee time↓
Once we left Dunelm, there was a big queue to get out of the car park.
We walked to M&S to get some noodles for the Stir Fry on Monday Night.
Once we got back to the car the queue had gone.
Now back home we go.
The car in front had a big chandelier in the back of their car↓↓↓
Back home to unpack the shopping.
The remaining Chilli Con Carne from last night, was warmed back up in the oven.
Then it was dished up.
I looked into today's newspaper.
UK No.1 on this day in 2005:
Madonna - Hung Up
US No.1 on this day in 1988:
Bon Jovi - Bad Medicine 
Heardle Time.
Heardle 60s:
My answers:
Now to watch a funny film:
Sleep Tea time.
Now off to get under that 16 tog duvet!




Saturday 12 March 2022

Road Trip To Tewkesbury!

Intuition is the strange instinct that tells a woman she is right, whether she is or not - Oscar Wilde
Welcome to an exciting Saturday 👍
 Nice warm hug to start the day with.
We listened to the "Sounds of the 60s" while we enjoyed our brew and breakfast.
UK Top 3 from 1966 
The Small Faces - Sha La La La
the Hollies - I Can't Let Go
Walker Brothers - The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore.
We all left the house.
Drops off hubby and son off at town.
The other son got dropped off at work.
I came back home.
Put the coffee machine on.
Now to get down to write yesterday's blog post.
As we are out later and will run out of time to do it.
Hubby and son came back from town,
with today's newspaper.
Let's have a quick look in it:
Gudrun Ure  is a Scottish actress, most famous for her portrayal of the title character in Super Gran.
She is 96 years old 🎈
UK No.1 on this day in 1977:
The Manhattan Transfer - Chanson D'Amour 
UK No.1 on this day in 1983:
Bonnie Taylor - Total Eclipse of the Heart.
UK No.1 on this day in 2005:
Stereophonics - Dakota
USA No.1 on this day in 1988:
Rick Astley - Never Gonna Give You Up.
USA No.1 on this day in 1994:
Ace of Base - The Sign.
USA No.1 on this day in 2022:
Glass Animals - Heat Waves.
Finished my blog post.
Now to make a new batch of soup.
Once done, in the bowl it went.
Then it's time to do my Crystal/Tarot course.
My stuff is ready to go...
Course time.
Lots of things learnt!
Once finished, dropped son off.
Picked up overnight bag...
Time to leave..
Road Trip Time.
We get our keys for our room.
Not before the Receptionist asks,
"If I'm alright with the stairs???"
Goes up two flights of stairs to room.
Wow a nice bit of room!
The view from our window.↑↑
Now down to have very early tea.
Gets a settee to sit on.
(Found out later on how much the above drinks were, next time we are having water!)
One of the books on the bookshelf,
My late dad had↓
Once we finished.
We had a look about the hotel
We tried to ask the receptionist for a bath mat, she wasn't there.
Back to our room to email to have a bath mat for our room.
Coffee time.
Then we get ready to leave and watch the Manfreds at the Rose Theatre.
Tried to get a UBER taxi, no such luck.
Took the car instead.
Found a car park.
Picked up the tickets and went to our seat.
As I was on the end, I delayed sitting in my seat due to the amount of people that was sitting in our row.
Two women behind were discussing spotting a woman wearing the same coat as one of them.
Here is a picture of what the coat kind of looked like.
As soon as I sat down, two women appeared to sit in the same aisle as us.
I gets up.
Then I sit down.
I put on my facemask to watch the first half.
Break time.
In need of a drink it was so hot in the theatre.
After getting a soft drink, I go down by the doors and Paul Jones are signing things.
I ask him to sign a flyer for the show.
I ask him if he had a good 80th Birthday.
He says,"Yes."
"I did wish you a happy Birthday on Twitter."
No response.
I ask him,if he stops in contact with Manfred Mann.
"I have a thousand times during the 60s"
I said,"No, the man, Manfred Mann!"
No response.
"Why don't he tour in the UK?"
Then a response.
"He is a bigger in Europe than the UK!"
"We enjoyed your show in Birmingham last year," I replied.
"We did as well,"
He then handed back my signed flyer.
I rushed off to the toilet, and hubby took a photo of Paul Jones for me.

They did finally sing "Mighty Quinn" towards the end.
They didn't play "Ha,Ha Said the Clown," or "Semi Detached Suburban Mr James."
Here's one they sung also:
They did play a B-side of one their songs, but what was the A-side song???
They wouldn't say...
They sung:
They went off stage.
They returned to sing:
The End.
We got out coats on and left the theatre.
Back to the hotel.
The road leading up to the hotel was in complete darkness.
Someone was walking down, good job she had a torch.
There was bathmat on the bed when we got back.
Time for nibbles
We watched a little bit of Oceans 13.
Now to use every inch of that lovely bed!