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Showing posts with label frank ifield. Show all posts
Showing posts with label frank ifield. Show all posts

Wednesday, 23 February 2022

A Nice Trim!

Life is a cement trampoline - Harold Nordberg
Welcome to my Hump of the Week 🐫
Nice big hug to start Hump Day with.
Brew with Breakfast.
Then a nice hot shower.
Got dressed.
(Thermal vest on)
Gave hubby a nice sloppy one before he left.
Kids got up.
Now to get out of the house!
I gets the newspaper and my neighbour's magazine.
Drops son near his work.
Now off to visit a good Charity Shop.
Nipped into the nearby Co-op to get some milk.
Now to look at some bargains....
My son didn't realise Ermintrude was a female cow!
Back home with our shopping and bargains.
The coffee machine goes on.
Soup maker!
Unpack my bargains!
Nice bit of Frank too!
Got things ready as my friend is coming over for cake, coffee and chat.
My Crystal books arrived.
We had a good yak, coffee and cake.
I said goodbye to my friend.
Now for nice new batch of soup.
Now to get ready to get my hair cut!
I gets down there a bit early.
All ready for the big chair!
I had a good yak, and felt a lot lighter around the head afterwards!
They sung Happy Birthday to me.
I thanked them, and left.
Back home.
Time to put the tea on.
Hubby came back for a sloppy wet one.
Tea is served.
Linguine with pan fried mushrooms, spinach, and garlic, with added garlic bread.
Watched 15 minutes of a good film.
Then onto the music channels for a singalong.
Now to look in today's newspaper:
UK No.1 on this day in 1958:
Michael Holliday - The Story Of My Life
UK No.1 on this day in 1961:
Petula Clark - Sailor 
UK No.1 on this day in 1962:
Frank Ifield - Wayward Wind
UK No.1 on this day in 1974:
Suzi Quatro - Devil Gate Drive.
USA No.1 on this day in 1980:
Queen - Crazy Thing Called Love.
USA No.1 on this day in 1991:
Whitney Houston - All The Man I Need.
 On this day in 1990,
Driving Miss Daisy was released in cinemas in the UK.
Now to finish off Godfather Part 2
Enjoyed some Sleep Tea.
Then off to bed with some very warm hands!






Wednesday, 16 February 2022

Dancing In The Wind!

Somebody actually complimented me on my driving today.
They left a note on my windscreen, it said, "Parking Fine"-
Tommy Cooper.
Welcome to my Hump of the Week 🐫
Nice big hug to start the Hump with.
Brew with breakfast.
I could hear the wind outside getting up.
Thermal vest went on.
Now to leave the house.
I gave hubby a big wet sloppy one.
Parks in the hall car park.
Two winter hats and big big gloves are needed.
As it is really windy!
I had to hold onto my lollypop stick as the wind was getting up.
Turned on my lights.
Now for the fun to start!
A car went past with his side lights flashing.
He went past, and now I knew why.
His exhaust and back box was being dragged behind him!
I couldn't up my stick too high, as my lollipop stick was dancing in the wind!
The wind was nearly knocking me over!
I had my stick out, the car stopped on my side, however, the car on the otherside, totally ignored me and drove through!
The wind was getting up now.
This is Storm Dudley we have.
Another Storm is due in on Friday...
80 m.p.h winds that is going to be fun!
Finished in one piece.
I picked up the newspaper and my neighbour's magazine on the way home.
Coffee machine went on.
Then I got all the apples, apricots and pears that was from the Wonky box from Lidl.
In the pan they went....
Found some shortcrust pastry.
Fruit pie for pudding tonight.
Once the fruit was done, added to the dish, added the pastry on top.
In the oven it went.
Sorted out the recycling, as the 3 green bins are been emptied.
Now for early lunch.
Hubby will take the last of it tomorrow for lunch.
I will make a new batch tomorrow,
As well have another go at making bread!
The fruit pie turned out nice!
Now out for round 2.
Great song I had on repeat all the way to work...↓
On goes one winter hat and gloves.
Walks up to put on my lights.
Then it starts to rain.
I go back to Sexy Beast and puts on my boots.
Then my friends arrived for a nice long rabbit.
Then my friend noticed a crack in my lollypop.
I put it back down, and crack it went!
I don't fancy swinging it around in this wind!
Back to Sexy Beast. 
I phoned my bosses about the damaged lollypop stick.
I jokely said,"I will stand there with my hand out in the traffic!"
"You can't do that!" I was told.
Not much sense of humour!
Put broken stick in Sexy Beast.
Said goodbye to my friend and off home I went much earlier than I normally are.
I tried to phone hubby.
He phoned me back straight away, as he was worried why I phoned him while I was duty.
I told him about the damaged Lolly pop stick.
My boss is coming out tomorrow morning with a replacement lollypop stick.
So I do the afternoon shift not the morning one.
The pies went into the oven.
Now to write yesterday's blog post.
Hubby came back and a sloppy wet one 💋
Pie and vegetables for tea.
The water from saucepan is going in the soup maker tomorrow.
Finished writing the blog post.
Now to look into today's newspaper.
Leslie Hore-Belisha, 1st Baron Hore-Belisha,  was a British Liberal, then National Liberal Member of Parliament (MP) and Cabinet Minister. He later joined the Conservative Party. He proved highly successful in modernizing the British road system in 1934–1937 as Minister of Transport.  He introduced the driving test, the Highway Code and the Belisha Beacons at zebra crossings 
He died on this day in 1957 aged 63.
Lesley Goldstein , known professionally as Lesley Gore, was an American singer, songwriter, actress, and activist. At the age of 16, she recorded the pop hit "It's My Party", a US number one in 1963. She followed it up with ten further Billboard top 40 hits including "Judy's Turn to Cry" and "You Don't Own Me".
 Gore later worked as an actress and television personality. She composed songs with her brother, Michael Gore, for the 1980 film Fame, for which she was nominated for an Academy Award. She hosted several editions of the LGBT-oriented public television show, In the Life, on American TV in the 2000s.
She died on this day in 2015 aged 68.
"Bringing Up Baby" film directed by Howard Hawks, starring Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant, is released in 1938.
Uk No.1 on this day in 1957:
Guy Mitchell - Singing the Blues.
UK No.1 on this day in 1958:
Michael Holliday - The Story Of My Life.
Uk No.1 on the day in 1989:
Mark Almond and Gene Pitney -
Something Has Got a Hold Of My Heart.
USA No.1 on the day in 1978:
Bee Gees - Stayin' Alive 
USA No.1 on this day in 1980:
Captain and Tennille -
Do That to Me More Time.
USA No.1 on this day in 1981:
Kool & The Day - Celebration.
After having all the fun today.
Sleep Tea time↓
Now for a early night Zzzzzz






Tuesday, 30 November 2021

Touching Up The Rear!

I've been on more laps than a napkin - Mae West 
Welcome to my Tuesday Experience ⛔
Nice warm hug.
Brew with Breakfast.
On goes that trusty thermal vest.
Gives hubby a sloppy wet 💋
Now to leave the house.
I still put on 2 winter hats, and gloves.
It might be 8c, but it feels a lot colder.
Now to look at the Christmas Lights.
Puts on my lights.
Now let's go to work...🍭 
Oh dear, it was getting worst as my shift went on. No one was stopping, just kept going under my stick and just giving me the look when they went past.
Oh well, at least me feet are still on the pavement!
I finished in one piece.
I got the newspaper on the way to get my back wiper changed.
He came out, and in seconds it was done.
"It looks quick, but I have been doing since I was 12 years old!"
"Wow," I replied.
I said "Goodbye," and drove home.
I put on the coffee machine.
Loaded up the dishwasher and put it on.
Now for that much needed coffee!
Now to get yesterday's blog post.
Light lunch.
Now for round 2.
One song that I was on repeat was:
Wears one hat, and gloves.
Turns on my lights.
Has a rabbit with my two friends.
I noticed my parcel I had ordered was delivered to the nearby supermarket. I will pick it up afterwards.
I said goodbye to my friends.
Now to start my shift.
Different from this morning.
Cars were actually stopping for me!
This carried on until I finished.
Now to fetch the parcel from the supermarket.
It is massive and heavy.
(Good job I left my lollystick in the car)
Now for the journey home.
One white car I was following, decided to signel right at the roundabout.
He was in the outer lane, I was in the left hand lane. I carried on over the roundabout, and I looked at my mirror and woe and be hold the white car was following instead of turning right!
I was glad to get home!
Time to put the tea in the oven.
Nice cup of brew to keep warm.
Gives hubby a sloppy wet 💋 when he comes home.
Now for tea to be served.
Quick look into today's newspaper.
Allan Sherman (born Allan Copelon) was an American actor, singer, producer and writer who became famous as a song parodist in the early 1960s. His first album, My Son, the Folk Singer (1962), became the fastest-selling record album up to that time. His biggest hit single was "Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh", a comic novelty in which a boy describes his summer camp experiences to the tune of Ponchielli's Dance of the Hours
He would have been 97 years old 🎈
He sadly died aged 48 in 1973.
Frank Ifield OAM is a British-Australian country music singer and guitarist who often incorporated yodelling into his music. After living in Australia, Ifield returned to the United Kingdom in November 1959 where he had four number-one hits on the UK Singles Chart with his cover versions of "I Remember You" (May 1962), "Lovesick Blues" (December), "The Wayward Wind" (March 1963) and "Confessin' That I Love You" (September). In 2003, Ifield was inducted into the Australian Roll of Renown. Ifield was inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame at the ARIA Music Awards of 2007. In 1986 he contracted pneumonia, which resulted in removal of part of a lung and damage to his vocal cords. He relocated to Sydney in 1988 and was unable to sing or yodel for years as he recovered. In June 2009 he was presented with the Medal of the Order of Australia, "For service to the arts as an entertainer". He was first married to Gillian Bowden (1965–88) and the couple had two children. His second marriage was to Carole Wood (1992–present). In 2005 he co-wrote his autobiography, I Remember Me: the First 25 Years, with Pauline Halford. 
He is 84 years old 🎈
We watched Christmas Special of Top of the Pops from 1991.
They only play clips of the great songs.
We managed to combine an hour into 12 minutes.
We watched Erasure in the studio.
Only a little bit of Bryan Adams.
They played out with Queen.
Sleep Tea time.
Read 100 more pages of the book I am reading.
Now to get in that warm bed before the heating went off...
Hopefully it will be heatwave hump tomorrow 🐫