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Sunday 10 October 2021

Name That Tune!

The difference between light and hard is you can sleep with a light on - Anon
Welcome to my Sunday 🚧
Nice hug to start Sunday with.
Brew with breakfast.
Got up the kids.....
Hubby went and got a car full from the Storage Unit.
While he was doing that, I was sorting through boxes in the Dining Room.
The pile for the tip was getting bigger.
Some of the things that came from the storage unit, were put in some other boxes.
Coffee time.
One car load sorted out.
Early lunch is needed!
Found something we bought for our wedding 10 years ago.
One son put it up in the garden...
Will come in useful for next year!
Then we popped out to pick up some free food from Olio, magic bag from Morrisons, and pick up some more storage boxes from Argos.
While we put 3 bags of clothes in the recycle bank, the cardboard box bank was overflowing.
Popped into see my mum and dad.
Then back home to unpack the shopping.
One more car load from the storage unit.
Sorted through all that.
Then load up the car for the tip run, while I put the tea on.
While that was cooking, I had to write 2 blog posts.
Soon tea was ready to dish up.
Finished blog writing.
Got all the washing sorted out.
I was playing spot the intro with my youngest son, he is getting very good at it.
Husband tried it, and didn't get one song from the 1980s...
My Father-in-law is having his own full bag of magic.......
Looked at today's Birthdays...
 Martin  Ruane  was an English professional wrestler of Irish parentage. Best known by the ring name Giant Haystacks he was one of the best-known wrestlers on the British tling scene in the 1970s and 1980s. He also worked in both Canada and the United States under the name "Loch Ness Monster" or simply "Loch Ness".
Ruane was known for his massive physical size, billed as standing 6 ft 11 in (2.11 m) tall and weighing from 31 stone (434 lb; 196 kg) at the beginning of his career to 48 stone (672 lb; 304 kg) by the end of it; at his heaviest, he weighed 49 stone 13 lb (699 lb; 317 kg). In the 1970s he formed a heel (those that portray the villains) team with Big Daddy and later had a long-running, high drawing feud with a face Big Daddy as the team broke up. During his career, he held the European Heavyweight Championship and British Heavyweight Championship in the UK, and won the Stampede International Tag Team Championship twice in Canada, with the Dynamite Kid and Bret Hart. 
He would have been 75 years old 🎈
He sadly died aged 52 in 1998 
Now for some sleep tea...
Back on the Wobbly Work Wheel 🎡 tomorrow 🍭