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Showing posts with label Hanky Panky. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Hanky Panky. Show all posts

Monday 16 October 2023

Rubbing Of The Lamp!!

In a civil war, a general must know exactly when to move over to the other side - Henry Reed
 
Welcome aboard my Wobbly Work Wheel 🎑
Breakfast and Brew
The screw fell out of my watchstrap again. The watch has had the second watchstrap and the screws don't hold them very well.
Couldn't find the screw.
The watch Hubby bought me for my Birthday goes on instead!
It might look expensive,
It only cost under £20! 
Dressed.
Hubby is being dropped down Studley to get the bus to Evesham.
We got out of the house early.
The temperatures has really gone down to 2c.
Had to scrape the windscreen.
Off we go.
Drops him off at the bus stop.
Gets to work.
On goes the winter hat and winter coat.
Turns on my lights.
The newspapers are back in the Corner shop.
Swaps my newspaper for my big stick.
Now to turn on my lights.
Hubby walked up the road to see me.
The bus only goes to Alcester not to Evesham.
I told him to go and have breakfast at the Coffee shop opposite me and I will drop  him at work after I finish my shift. 
Off to work I go...
Everyone was glad I am back.
One parent was going to get touch with me via private message on FB to find out when I was coming back.
Had to give out one BOING as one car went straight under my stick!
Some of the younger children were dressed as Disney characters.
One was a Mermaid.
One was dressed as a Genie.
I asked if I could rub the lamp to make a wish of:
"Can I sing so it won't rain?"
The answer was no!
We all laughed!
While I was in the road, one car was slowly rolling towards me!
Hubby comes out after having a full breakfast.
He goes for a walk to walk it off.
I finish in one piece.
Pop into the Council to ask for a Agenda for tomorrow as there is full council meeting tomorrow.
Now to drop hubby off at work.
On the way back,
I decided to visit a lovely charity shop...
The woman working in there was so surprised to see me being so happy.
It was like a Treasure trove in there.
Got some bits.
Now go home via Henley in Arden....
Home.
Bargains↓
 Coffee time.
Cut four pieces of cake for my friends.
Liquid lunch time.
Had a chat with hubby on his lunch break.
Had more Christmas earrings↓
Now out to do the afternoon shift.
On goes the summer coat and summer hat.
On the way to put on my lights.
There is a new Pillar Box topper.
I turn on my lights.
Then I help carry a bag of books of my friends down to the Charity shop.
They were glad to see and vice versa.
Got some nice bargains.
Goes and turns on my lights.
Swaps my bargains for my big stick.
Then goes and has a rabbit in the square with lots of friends.
 I gave out cake to all my friends.
I said goodbye to my friends.
Now to start my shift.
One van's windscreen nearly went tap and crack.
He just stopped there and  showed me his hands as if I wasn't allowed to stop him!
The Genie came back.
I asked "Can I rub your lamp and can I ask for a wish, to sing and it won't rain?"
One parent behind her, "Please say no!"
We all laughed.
Finished in one piece.
Now home.
Bargains I got.
I got the big cake tin for the upcoming Christmas Cake :)
Cup of brew time.
Hubby had to get the bus back.
The bus driver must have been running late as it was putting the foot down!
When hubby came back, he had a sloppy wet one πŸ’‹
Nice salad with Quiche for tea.
Yum.
I had a look in today's newspaper.
We found new series of Gordon Ramsey's Kitchen Nightmare USA on You Tube.
We watched two episodes.
Caught up on the news and newspaper review.
Sleep Tea time.
Now for snuggles under the duvet cover!



 

 







 




 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Friday 30 July 2021

Missing The Number 8!

Too much of a good thing can be wonderful - Mae West
Welcome to the Friday Feeling 🎈
I had a big hug off hubby.
Brew with breakfast.
I gave him a sloppy wet 😘 before he left for work.
Shower then dressed.
Then out in Sexy Beast. 
Picks up the newspaper on the way...
Traffic lights everywhere!
Got my B3 space this week!
I have a look around.
Goes into Hobbycraft.
Reminds me of a certain song from a great movie...
Gets a table.
Looks at the local newspaper and sees my Dad's Birthday in there :)
My friend comes....
Now to order....
We have a good yak.....
Still raining when we left.
More traffic lights on the way home...
Yodel had found my house,
However they delivered a box for the factory next door. I redelivered it to next door.
Now to drop off the kids...
One to work,
The other one is helping to sort out the uniform for the uniform bank tomorrow.
I went round to see if any of the gold digging brothers had given my dad anything for his birthday yesterday 
The 8 balloon 🎈 was missing :(
Someone had put a bunch of flowers in the pot of lavender....
I had a quiet word with my parents...
Will be up again tomorrow \o/ 
Back home.
Light lunch.
Now to catch up with the blog.
I wrote two blog entries.
Tea at 3.
Both kids had finished.
They were only 15 minutes from home, 
I would have took me 20 minutes to pick them up, so they walked home.
(They were not happy about that!)
At least the uniform is ready for tomorrow.
(Photos from J Baker)
Hubby came home for a hug and sloppy wet 😘
Time for some Pork Balls...
One son was dropped off to play sometime later.
Time for a bit of Louis...
I caught up with today's newspaper while watching Louis.
Paul  Anka  is a Canadian-American singer, songwriter, and actor. He became famous with hit songs including "Diana", "Lonely Boy", "Put Your Head on My Shoulder", and "(You're) Having My Baby". He wrote the theme for The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, one of Tom Jones' biggest hits "She's a Lady", and the English lyrics to Claude FranΓ§ois and Jacques Revaux's music for Frank Sinatra's signature song "My Way", which has been recorded by many, including Elvis Presley. Three songs he co-wrote with Michael Jackson, "This Is It" (originally titled "I Never Heard") "Love Never Felt So Good", and "Don't Matter to Me", became posthumous hits for Jackson. 
He is 80 years old 🎈 
Lynn  Anderson , was an American country singer and television personality. Her signature recording crossover hit, Rose Garden, was a number one hit in the United States and internationally. She had five number one and 18 Top-10 hit singles on the Billboard country songs chart. She is regarded as one of country music's most significant performers.
She died on this day in 2015 aged 67.
Sleep Tea time!
Then off to bed to have more Friday Feeling 🎈