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Showing posts with label PETER SARSTEDT. Show all posts
Showing posts with label PETER SARSTEDT. Show all posts

Friday, 10 December 2021

Lucky 7 Limbo Dancers!

I celebrate myself, and sing myself - Walt Whitman
Welcome back to the Friday Feeling 🎈
Nice big hug.
Brew with Breakfast.
Thermal vest goes on,
As well as the Christmas Jumper.
I gives hubby a sloppy wet oneπŸ’‹ before I leave.
Time for the 2 winter hats and winter gloves.
I put on my lights.
Now to walk down to my spot.
In the space of 10 minutes of starting.
Two cars went straight under my stick without even stopping.A third truck with a large metal wheel on the back, went under my stick.
My stick nearly hit the wheel as it went under my stick!
(It going to be one of those days!)
Some car driver had to use their brake quickly!
As least  I survived in one piece!
I moved the car to the Co-op car park.
I used the Public Loos, so cold was that toilet seat! Plus having so many layers to pull up!
I picked up my lucky bags on the way back to meet my friend in the car park.
Now off for chat, coffee and nibble!
Sourdough toast with marmite :)
Americano with blue milk!
I had another Americano, it tasted so nice!
Nice crane shot when we left the coffee shop.
Then we visited the Charity shop.
(Got some nice things in there)
On the way back to the car park.
One of my friends who I rabbit to was coming down in the High Street in his car.
Then as he parked in the same car park we were, I crept up behind when he was getting his mask,
"Don't forget the mask!" I whispered to him.
I said see u later to him.
Gave my friend some carrot cake that was in the magic bag.
Now to fetch the newpaper on the way home.
Unpacked everything.
Cut the voucher out for Lidl which will come in useful....
What's behind the Advent Door today?
Lunchtime.
Now to for the final shift of the week.
On goes the 2 winter hats and gloves.
I got two brownies for my two friends.
I walks up the road to turn on my lights.
Now to walk down to have a rabbit with my friends.
Gave out the brownies.
I wished them all a good weekend.
Last final week than I break up for the Christmas Holidays.
The low lying sun wasn't helping...
Still no excuse for what was happening!
Oh dear, I had 7 cars do the limbo dance under my stick in the space of 20 minutes.
One green mini just put his foot down and went straight under my stick which was straight in front of me!
There would have been 7 tap and cracks if I lowered that stick even lower!
Parents couldn't believe what they were seeing.
One cyclist couldn't wait for me to cross him over, straight over into moving traffic!
I am glad I finished in one piece.
Home time.
I put the pies in the oven.
The veg was going on 20 minutes before the pies were ready.
I tried to put on the linings on the window in the hall. It was getting very frustrating,as I couldn't get the curtains off due to the curtain pole ends not being able to be took off!
I left it, and put the kettle on for a much needed brew!
Now to carry on writing some blog posts.
Hubby came back and was rewarded with a sloppy wet  πŸ’‹
Now to dish up the tea!
Yum!
After a while, hubby started going cold and blowing hot.
No food shopping for him!
That will be done tomorrow instead.
Quick look into the newspaper.
Peter Sarstedt briefly billed early in his career as Peter Lincoln, was an English singer-songwriter and instrumentalist. He was the brother of musicians Eden Kane and Clive Sarstedt.
Although his music was classified as pop, it generally encompassed ballads derived from traditional folk music rather than traditional rock and roll. He was best known for writing and performing the song "Where Do You Go To (My Lovely)?", which topped the UK Singles Chart in 1969. Set to a "faux European waltz tune" and described as "a romantic novel in song", it won an Ivor Novello Award. The record remained Sarstedt's biggest hit. He had 1 more hit single and 1 hit album but despite numerous releases never had chart success again. 
He would have been 80 years old 🎈
He sadly died aged 75 in 2017.
Paul  Hardcastle is a British composer, musician, producer, songwriter, radio presenter and multi-instrumentalist. He is best known for his song "19", which went to number 1 in the UK Singles Chart in 1985. 
He is 64 years old 🎈 
Richard  Castellano  was an American actor who is best remembered for his role in Lovers and Other Strangers and his subsequent role as Peter Clemenza in The Godfather.
He sadly died aged 55 in 1988. 
Faron Young  was an American country music producer, musician, and songwriter from the early 1950s into the mid-1980s. Hits including "If You Ain't Lovin' (You Ain't Livin')" and "Live Fast, Love Hard, Die Young" marked him as a honky-tonk singer in sound and personal style; and his chart-topping singles "Hello Walls" and "It's Four in the Morning" showed his versatility as a vocalist. Known as the Hillbilly Heartthrob, and following a singing cowboy film role as the Young Sheriff, Young's singles charted for more than 30 years. In failing health, he committed suicide at 64 on this day in 1996. 
Michael Nesmith  was an American musician, songwriter, actor, producer, and novelist. He was best known as a member of the pop rock band the Monkees and co-star of the TV series The Monkees (1966–1968). Nesmith's songwriting credits include "Different Drum," which became a hit for Linda Ronstadt and the Stone Poneys.
After the break-up of the Monkees, Nesmith continued his successful songwriting and performing career, first with the seminal country rock group the First National Band, with whom he had a top-40 hit, "Joanne", and then as a solo artist. He played a 12-string guitar, performing on a custom-built Gretsch electric during his time with the Monkees and various 12-string acoustic models during his post-Monkees career.
He was also an executive producer of the film Repo Man (1984). In 1981, Nesmith won the first Grammy Award given for Video of the Year for his hour-long television show, Elephant Parts.
He sadly died aged 78 in 2021. 
My son checked on my brother's van as the car tax was due on the 1st December.
Oh dear.
Sleep Tea time.
Now to celebrate some Friday Feeling in bed 🎈

 


 
 




Tuesday, 24 August 2021

The Bunting's Back!

I made my first million the old-fashioned way. I made a hundred million for somebody else - Roseanne
Welcome to my Tuesday πŸ‘…
Warm hug with brew.
Breakfast.
Gives hubby a sloppy wet πŸ’‹before he went to work.
I went back to sleep for an hour....
(I still needed to catchup with the Zzzz)
Once awake again.
Dressed.
Then coffee...
Then out for a little ride in Sexy Beast.
First stop was to get the newspaper.
Next on the way to Bromsgrove's Lidl.
Plenty of Sewing Machines left.
Bread Machine.
Once I did my shopping in Lidl.
Now to look in Home Bargains. 
Pity I don't drink!
Got my bits from here.
Now to visit the European Supermarket.
I got some nice Polish sausages and some nice other food.
Nipped into Aldi while I was there.
Car loaded up with some nice things.
Back home.
Once I unpacked everything.
Now to put up the bunting!
Lunchtime.
Now to get yesterday's blog wrote.
Tea at 3.
Put the tea in the oven ready for later.
Carried on with writing yesterday's blog post.
Hubby came home and received a nice wet sloppy 😘
We had mushroom and Spinach parcel with veggies for tea.
I had a quick look into today's newspaper.
Charlie Watts  was an English musician who achieved international fame as the drummer of the Rolling Stones from 1963 until his death in 2021. One of the band's core members, Watts, alongside lead vocalist and frontman Mick Jagger and guitarist Keith Richards, were the only members of the band to perform on all of their studio albums. He cited jazz as a major influence on his drumming style.
Originally trained as a graphic artist, Watts developed an interest in jazz at a young age, and joined the band Blues Incorporated. He also started playing drums in London's rhythm and blues clubs, where he met future bandmates Jagger, Richards and Brian Jones. In January 1963, he left Blues Incorporated and joined the Rolling Stones as drummer, while doubling as designer of their record sleeves and tour stages. Watts's first public appearance as a permanent member was in February 1963, and he remained with the group until his death 58 years later.
Aside from his career with the Rolling Stones, Watts toured with his own group, the Charlie Watts Quintet, and appeared in London at Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club with the Charlie Watts Tentet. 
He died on this day aged 80 in 2021
 

 
Hubby had put the second coat of paint at the front of the house.
Then we watched 3 episodes on a series of Monty Python:
Sleep tea time.
Out tidying up the garden tomorrow
Hopefully not going to have a sweaty hump!🐫