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Showing posts with label Gene Wilder. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Gene Wilder. Show all posts

Sunday 29 August 2021

It Works \o/

More always means worse - Kingsley Amis
 Welcome to my Sunday 💗
Warm hug with brew.
I jumped into the hot shower before breakfast.
Now out early before the rush starts...
We go again to Stratford Car Boot.
There is only about 12 car booters here.
I made full use of the man selling plants.
Had a little yak like you have to!
I got some bargains!
Loads up the car.
Someone was giving away free pallet on Facebook market place.
Went to see it and try and get it in the car!
No such luck!
It was too big!!!
Off to town for hubby to pick up his new glasses.
Parks in Car Park 4.
He picks up his new glasses.
Then we go and have a look about.
Then off to enjoy some coffee!
Bought some rubble bags.
Now off to see my mum and dad.
I had a chat.
Then off home to unload the plants we bought earlier...
Then out in Sexy Beast.
Checks the tyres.
Fills up.
Now to visit the garden centre for bits and pieces.
Once loaded up Sexy Beast.
It was dinner time! 
Now back home to unload Sexy Beast! 
Unloaded the car.
Kids had filled the rubble bags up with old wood and branches from the trees, hubby had cut off.
Now Hubby and younger son loaded up his car, and took the all the rubble bags off to the Household tip.
I meanwhile had watered the plants in the garden!
When he got back, we had a little ride to get some Lucky bags from Droitwich!
That was tea sorted.
Now the 3 to 2 plug adapter had arrived.
Now to see if the Singer Sewing Machine from 1938 actually works!
At least the light works!
Now to move the lever....
It works!
Woo hoo!
I will have some fun trying it again!
Puts it back in it's case.
Time for a quick look in the newspaper.
Jerome Silberman , known professionally as Gene Wilder, was an American actor, writer, and filmmaker. Wilder is known mainly for his comedic roles, and is remembered for his portrayal of Willy Wonka in Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971), his work with Mel Brooks on the films The Producers (1967), Blazing Saddles (1974) and Young Frankenstein (1974), and for his four films with Richard Pryor: Silver Streak (1976), Stir Crazy (1980), See No Evil, Hear No Evil (1989), and Another You (1991).
He died on this day in 2016 aged 83 
Sleep Tea time.
Off to a warm bed,
Bank Holiday Monday tomorrow,
So no Wobbly Work Wheel 🎡