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Saturday, 15 January 2022

On The Hunt For More Bargains!

My mother-in-law had to stop skipping for exercise. It registered seven on the Richter scale - Les Dawson
Welcome to my Saturday 👣
Nice warm hug.
We listened to "Sounds of the 60s"
The top 3 in 1963 was:
3:
Elvis Presley: Return to Sender
2:
 The Shadows: Dance On
1:
Cliff Richard:
The Next Time/Batchelor Boy
Then Breakfast with Brew.
Get dressed with lots of layers.
Cold outside.
Drops off son at work.
Now onwards to Bromsgrove to look around.
Looked in all the Charity Shops.
Nipped into Asda to get some bits that hubby forgot to get last night.
Gets back home to unpack all our lovely stuff.
 2 vinyl records I got was:
The Tremeloes: Even The Bad Times Are Good.
Blue Oyster Cult - (Don't Fear) The Reaper
Coffee machine and soup maker gets put on.
Back out with my hat I bought.
Now to start the course!
Really good course!
Back home to catch up some telly!
First up was The Apprentice.
Tea Time.
We finished watching "The Enforcer"
Then:
Quick look into today's Newspaper.
American singer-songwriter, Harry Nilsson, died on this day in 1994 aged 52 He’s regarded as one of the best pop-rock vocalists. His best known hits were the UK and US No.1 hit Without You and Everybody’s Talkin’ which featured in the 1969 Hollywood film Midnight Cowboy.
Peter Wyngarde (born Cyril Goldbert,) was a British television, stage and film actor from the late 1940s to the mid 1990s. He was best known for portraying the character Jason King, a bestselling novelist turned sleuth, in two television series: Department S (1969–70) and Jason King (1971–72). His flamboyant dress sense and stylish performances led to success, and he was considered a style icon in Britain and elsewhere in the early 1970s.
He died on this day in 2018 aged 90 
 USA No.1 on this day in 1981:
 John Lennon- (Just Like) Starting Over
The police drama "Hill Street Blues" debuted on NBC today in 1981. The series ran for 7 seasons and aired a total of 146 episodes. In its debut season the show won eight Emmy Awards! 
UK No.1 on this day in 1986: 
Pet Shop Boys - West End Girls 
Reservoir Dogs was released in UK cinemas in 1993.
Sleep Tea Time.
Off to get under that warm 16 tog duvet!