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Showing posts with label blogging. Show all posts
Showing posts with label blogging. Show all posts

Wednesday, 19 January 2022

Too Much Finger!

 Every moment is a golden one for him who has the vision to recognise it as such - Henry Miller
Welcome to my Hump of the Week 🐫
Nice warm hug to start the hump with.
Brew with Breakfast.
Thermal vest goes on.
As well as layers!
No Frost last night,
So no uncovering of Sexy Beast. 
I gave hubby a sloppy wet πŸ’‹before I left.
I still had 2 winter hats and the big big gloves on.
Walked up and waited to turn on my lights.
I turned them on,
Now ready to roll 🍭
First Limbo Dancer of the the morning was only going 10 m.p.h but went right under my stick!
The Silver BMW was next, he wagged his finger at me as he went under my stick.
The third Limbo dancer, the car driver attempted to stop, decided no too, and carried on under the stick!
Cars were braking the last minute!
In the final 15 minutes of my shift, I was waiting to cross anyone over, when a red Toyota with 2  men aged 20+ sat in there.
The driver flicked me his third finger at me when he drove past!
"What have I done to deserve this?"
Lucky for him, I remembered his license plate number!
After I finished in one piece.
I picked up the newspaper and my neighbour's magazine.
Got home.
I put on the coffee machine.
I phoned up my new boss to report and give her the license plate number. She will pass it onto the Police.
She had 2 reports of angry car drivers getting out of their car verbal abusing the Lollipop men/woman!
On the phone for 45 minutes.
I asked my kids would they get out of their cars and have a word at me....while doing my lollipop job.
"No way" came their reply
I phoned hubby up to tell him what happened earlier.
5 minutes on the phone.
Phoned my friend to tell he what happened.
45 minutes on the phone.
Coffee time.
I ran out of time to write my blog post from yesterday.
Now to enjoy some soup!
Mmmmm
The sun is back out....
Time to wear the big big sunglasses..
Time for part two.
Still had two winter hats and gloves on.
Turned on my lights.
Had a little rabbit with my friends.
I said Goodbye to them when I started.
Low lying sun was a bit of a problem.
I told a few parents about the finger problem from this morning.
They couldn't believe it!
Still had a couple of car failing to stop,
BOING!
Just as I finished, my friend appeared again with his dog.
Walks back to the car for more RABBIT.
Once finishing yakking, time for me to go home.
I covered up Sexy Beast, as there is another frost due tonight.
Then time to peel some potatoes and get the tea on the go.
I gave hubby a sloppy wet πŸ’‹ when he came home.
They had sausages,mash,and peas.
I had the veggie option.
Yum!
Quick look into the newspaper.
At least I shop at Waitrose sometimes!
Michael  Smith, CBE known professionally as Michael Crawford, is an English tenor, actor, singer and comedian.
He has received international critical acclaim and won numerous awards during his acting career, which has included many film and television performances as well as stage work on both London's West End and on Broadway in New York City. He played Frank Spencer in British sitcom Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em, which first made him a household name, and the title role in the musical The Phantom of the Opera. His acclaimed performance in the latter earned him both the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical and Tony Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical.
Crawford has also published the autobiography Parcel Arrived Safely: Tied With String. Since 1987, he has served as the leader of the Sick Children's Trust as well and acted as a public face for the British social cause organization.
He is 80 years old 🎈 
Robert  Palmer was an English singer-songwriter,musician and record producer. He was known for his powerful, distinctive, gritty, soulful voice and sartorial elegance and for combining soul, jazz, rock, pop, reggae and blues. 
He would have been 73 years old 🎈
He sadly died aged 54 in 2003. 
USA No.1 on this day in 1959: 
The Platters - Smoke Gets In Your Eyes 
UK No.1 on this day in 1964: 
Dave Clark Five- Glad All Over
Then I carry on writing yesterday's blog post.
Sleep Tea time.
I hope tomorrow won't be bad as today!
Fingers crossed 

 

Sunday, 5 December 2021

Going Up Up Up

 I've killed so many plants.I walked into a nursery once and my face was on a wanted poster - Rita Rudner
Welcome to my Sunday LoveπŸ’“
I woke up at 7.20am and needed a cup of brew.
I left Sleeping Beauty have a lie in.
I got on writing my blog posts for the last 3 days.
After I wrote Thursday's, he appeared like magic!
More brew, breakfast and warm hug soon followed.
Got dressed.
Now to go out for some fresh air in Sexy Beast.
Checks the tyre pressures on Sexy Beast.
Then home.
Hubby and kids put up the Christmas Decs and tree.
Hubby puts the Christmas decs outside.
I wrote Friday's blog post up to lunch.
The Christmas Tree is looking nice once more :)
The Naughty Elf is after my Teas!
Today's Tea is:
While I was writing yesterday's blog post.
Hubby gets out the Ab's machine.
He has the whole time of the 12" of "The Race" by Yello to do as many Stomach Crunches as he can in 13 mins and 25 seconds
He manages 110.
Once he cools down, he goes for a shower.
I keep a eye on tea in the oven.
Publishes all 3 blog posts.
Now to dish up the tea!
We all catch up on Friday's episode of
"Have I Got News For You"
Now to carry on with the series=
  Live and Death Row.
Series 1: 2 of 3 Judgement 
This film follows the trial of 26-year-old Guy Heinze Jr, with remarkable access to the jury members charged with reaching a verdict on allegations that Heinze beat his father and seven members of his family to death. As the trial progresses, there is legal manoeuvring while evidence about the brutal killings unfolds.
Series 1: 3 of 3 Crisis Stage. 
The final film of the series follows 25-year-old legal student Kelly Hickman as she attempts to save two of the young killers facing execution in America.
Kelly volunteers at the University of Houston Death Penalty Clinic, a team of Texan students who help mount last-ditch legal appeals for killers on death row.
The team are working on two 'crisis cases' - cases where all of the offenders' normal legal appeals have failed and they are now just weeks away from execution.
Robert Pruett was sentenced to death for murdering a prison guard at the age of 20. He was already one of the youngest killers in the American prison system, having been sentenced to 99 years for his involvement in another murder at the age of 16.
Robert Garza was a member of the notorious Tri-City Bombers street gang and was sentenced to death at the age of 20 for his part in the drive-by killing of four young women.
As execution day dawns, Kelly feels frustratingly shut out of the legal process, confined to her office and following events over the internet and the phone as news filters through of an eleventh-hour intervention by the Supreme Court 
Series 2: 1 of 4 = Execution 
Series telling the story of capital punishment through the eyes of young people whose lives have been shaped by it.
On March 11 2009, Daniel Lopez was pulled over for driving erratically. The dramatic car chase that ensued killed a police officer and 27-year-old Daniel was given the death penalty. Unusually for a death row prisoner, he is resisting all appeals to block his execution - which is due in five weeks time. The state-appointed attorneys for Lopez are arguing that their client is using the justice system as a form of suicide. His family are also pleading with him to fight the execution and stay alive for them. With access to Daniel, his lawyers, his parents and the widow of the police officer that Daniel killed, this film follows the lead up to 'execution day'. Will Daniel go to his death, as he insists he wants to do, or will the people who love him be able to save him?
Series 2: 2 of 4 = Punishment.
Series telling the story of capital punishment through the eyes of young people whose lives have been shaped by it. With unprecedented access inside prison walls, it discovers what it's like to live with the threat of the death chamber, as well as hearing from victims and their families, and the family of those on death row - some praying for execution, some hoping for a reprieve. Each episode focuses on different aspects of the system - execution, punishment and the complex nature of 'truth'.
In April 2013, 18-year-old Shawn Ford Jr was charged with killing his girlfriend's parents with a sledgehammer. Now he is on trial for his life and a jury of 12 ordinary people must decide whether he should live or die. This film follows the court case from the inside, as both the family of the victims and the defendant struggle to come to terms with such a horrific crime. But it is the jurors who must ultimately decide Shawn's fate. As the details of the shocking murders mount, can an impassioned plea for mercy from Shawn's mother save her son's life?
Sleep Tea Time  
Back on the Wobbly Work Wheel tomorrow...🎑


 


 

Sunday, 21 November 2021

Flick, Flick, And More Flick!

 Some mornings, it's just not worth chewing through the leather straps - Emo Philips.
 Welcome to my Sunday love πŸ’“
I went to bed early last night, and stopped in bed longer than I should have ....
Nice to have a warm hug with brew.
Breakfast.
The temperatures are to drop this week.
So on goes the thermal vest...
Dressed.
Now to sort out Sexy Beast... 
Checked the tyre pressures.
Next to pick up some bathroom paint from:
Once the tiling has been done,
The walls are going from pink to bright blue!
Back home.
The coffee machine went on.
So did the washing machine.
Coffee time!
Then it was blogging time.
I wrote 3 blog posts,
I had a break for lunch and then carried on.
The tiler carried on with tiling the bathroom.
He will carry on a doing a bit tomorrow night.
Tea time.
Published the three blog posts.
Now to settle down for some music...
Christmas Legends:
But Who's The Oldest?
It's a pity they didn't include two members of MUD that are still alive!
Rob Davis: Born 1947 
Ray Stilies: Born 1946 
Their Christmas song is at the end of the blog!
Inbetween flicking inbetween the music channels, I also enjoyed some Genesis and Phil Collins...
I did miss my favourite Phil Collins songs...↓
Moving along to another music channel..
Quick look into today's newspaper...
Bill Bixby was an American actor, director, producer, and frequent game-show panelist. His career spanned more than three decades, including appearances on stage, in films, and on television series. He is known for his roles as Tim O'Hara in the CBS sitcom My Favorite Martian, Tom Corbett in the ABC sitcom The Courtship of Eddie's Father, stage illusionist Anthony Blake in the NBC crime drama series The Magician, and scientist Dr. David Banner in the CBS science-fiction drama series The Incredible Hulk.
He died on this day aged 59 in 1993. 
Sleep Tea Time..
Back on the Wobbly Work Wheel 🎑 tomorrow.