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Showing posts with label Lucky Stars. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Lucky Stars. Show all posts

Thursday, 6 May 2021

Thanking My Lucky Stars!!

  The largest turnout at elections is always where there is only one candidate - Peter Ustinov
Welcome to my Thursday Fun πŸ’€
Nice warm hug to start the day...
Strong cup of brew as well.
The kids get a wake up call...
Plus everyone gets lots of wet πŸ’‹πŸ’‹πŸ’‹ before I left the house.
No big big sunglasses this morning.
Winter coat on..
Tree pic.
It doesn't help that my Lollipop stick keeps turning invisible....
One woman driver goes past my stick everyday,
and never stops!
I however, stopped the blue car that nearly killed me last Friday morning again!
The nice lambo went past me....
Plenty of voom voom....
I am hoping for nicer weather for the afternoon shift...
Finishes in one piece..
Now off to vote...
Facemask on, and brought my own pen!
Made my four crosses on three ballot papers, then into the box they went.
I then got the newspaper and some milk from the Paper Shop.
Still nothing happening to my late dad's house.
Back home.
For a much needed coffee↓
 I pan fried the pork chops.
Fried up the remaining black pudding.
Made some sage and onion stuffing.
All put in the oven ready for later.
I was going to repair my son's coat pocket by sewing it back on...
However, he chose it to wear it to school instead.
Now to blog, blog blog about the fun I had on Hump Day!
My Hobbycraft order arrived!
The case for my sewing machine!
Also boxset of 3 films arrived.
We will be watching them at the weekend.
Just in time for lunch...
I was going to wear the lumo trousers as it said on the weather it might rain...
Now to leave the house.
I will wear the boots instead...
Tries to find a place to park near my Lollipop spot...
No room to park anywhere....
Had to park in the Co-op instead.
I had to walk to my spot.
I was chatting with one of the parking marshalls who was directing traffic on where to park in the  car park, so they can have their covid vaccine.
He told a few stories of people trying to park their cars....
Mature women of a certain age.
One dark night, a older woman was coming for her covid vaccine, parked her car on the steps.
There are no steps in the car park...
The steps leading up the road she parked her car. 
The RAC had to winch her car up from the steps.
The other story was a mature woman went through the wrong gate (Way out gate), nearly scraped her Land Rover in the process.
She did scrape her car on the wall while trying to park it.... 
I had my winter coat, gloves, and winter hat, when the sun came out, and I was getting well warm. 
What didn't help the situation, I was in the middle of the road, when just as I was about to walk back to the pavement, the male car driver behind me, decided to drive on nearly taking me with him!
He slammed on the brakes.
I having a lucky escape, pointed to the pavement and said straight to him...
"What are you doing? I am going back to the pavement!"
 Once back to the pavement, he turned into the car park to have his Covid vaccine! 
I just about finished in one piece!
Back home.
For coffee and crumpets...
Now to go back out with a CD of 70s tunes..
I drop off the younger son to help Joe with his fight to be elected back on the Council.
Now to get out the skip ready for work.
At least it's not raining!
Finished ....
Back onto the singing along...
Back home.
I have my tea.
Younger son comes back with one of the leaflets he delivered↓
We both have our tea.
Now to take off those smoking hot pair of roller boots I have had on all day!
Quick look into today's newspaper..
Sleep Tea Time.
Friday Feeling is back tomorrow 🎈




Friday, 22 May 2020

Thanking My Lucky Stars So Much!

When a piece gets difficult, make faces - Vladimir Horowitz
Welcome to the Friday Feeling🎈
 Start the day with hugs and a brew↓
 Had breakfast,
Got dressed.
It was looking like rain↓
 We collected the newspaper in Sexy Beast.
Once we got back.
Hubby had to go into the office for the day.
I gave him a big πŸ’‹ 
And off he went.
I had a coffee and nibbles while looking in the newspaper↓
 Kenny Ball was an English jazz musician, best known as the bandleader, lead trumpet player and vocalist in Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen.He would have been 90 years old 🎈
 He died aged 82 in 2013.
 I wrote yesterday's blog post.
The table needs a good clean↓ 
 Feels like I'm at work↓
 I loaded up the dishwasher.
Watered the plants.
Got rid of  the cobwebs.
Even found my↓
 I got to play with Henry.
It seems no one besides me realizes Henry does have a bag that needs replacing when its full......
Now for a early light lunch↓
 Did more tidying around the house.
Then it was Tea at 3pm↓
 I did the TV Themes Quiz and got 3/6.
One Birthday items arrived↓
 I had a quick power nap..
Then off into the kitchen to get the evening meal made for later..
Time for some singing along...
 Everything goes in the oven.
Hubby had to work over by 45 minutes.
Just as he walked through the door.
Tea was served↓
 Watched an episode of the series six of Hill Street Blues
Off to work I go↓
 With some good music↓
It's still daylight when I get home↓
I watched Top of the Pops from 1989.
Chart rundown↓
 Jive Bunny will be number 1 in the October with↓
We caught up with another episode of "Hill Street Blues" when the app crashed and we couldn't carry on.
Once we watched the newspaper review.
Off to bed we went,
So I thought.
Hubby started to do the really loud snoring.
Even with my ear plugs in,
I could hear it.
Off to sleep on the sofa for tonight↓
 Let's thank my Lucky Stars I have somewhere else to sleep on!


Monday, 13 January 2020

Coping With The Windy Problem!

I have made my world and it is a much better world than I ever saw outside - Louise Nevelson
All board my Wobbly Work Wheel 🎑
 I was up before the alarm went off..
I had a nice Lemon, honey ginger tea↓
 I had breakfast in bed 
Followed by a nice warm hug.
The Food Van down the bottom of the road opened up today for the first time.
Younger son went down for a bacon sandwich↓
 I blew hubby a πŸ’‹
I gave wet πŸ’‹πŸ’‹πŸ’‹ to my sons.
Now out I go...

New CD on↓
Full moon still out↓

The view before I turned on my lights.
It was back to Tank time.
This time it wasn't ice that needed scraping,
it was the windscreen needed de-misting...
At least it was dry, with no wind!!
Back home↓
I got two bargains from Studley :)↓
Coffee and bacon sandwich↓
My honey order was delivered↓
I blew hubby a πŸ’‹
Now for some singing...
 Quick peak in the newspaper↓
  Michael Bond was a British author. He is best known for a series of fictional stories for children, featuring the character of Paddington Bear.He would have been 94 years old 🎈
 He died aged 91 in 2017
John McNaughton  is an American film and television director, originally from Chicago, Illinois, known for his first film Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer. He is 70 years old 🎈
 Backed by June Carter, Carl Perkins and the Tennessee Three, Johnny Cash performed two shows at Folsom State Prison in California on January 13, 1968. The album consists of fifteen tracks from the first show and two tracks from the second.It was certified triple platinum in 2003 for US sales exceeding three million.

The look across the fields this week in the rain!
 I got soaked walking up to the school!
I enjoyed watching the Superhero Yoga.
I too was in a Superhero mood with my t-shirt..
 I finished with a nice red face.
The rain cooled me down.
Onto more singing...↓
 Back home↓
 My other 70s CD has arrived↓
 Coffee and nibble↓
 I blew hubby a πŸ’‹
On goes the sexy yellow trousers..
The wind & rain is back!
Storm Brendan is here!
Holding on my lollipop stick 🍭 for dear life!
The rain came in in the last ten minutes of job!
Back home..↓  
Got changed..
Now off to The Happy Place Of Work 
Mmmm chocolates
 Gets home in the rain.
My notice board is now on the wall↓
 Hubby made the Stir Fry↓
Then off to burn it at the final job↓
 The full moon was nice to see↓
It was nice to take off the rollers....↓
 Sleep tea with a nice hug to finish off Monday..