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Showing posts with label singing along. Show all posts
Showing posts with label singing along. Show all posts

Friday 7 April 2023

Long Weekend Time!

 All I ask is a chance to prove that money can't make me happy - Spike Milligan
Good Friday
Welcome to my Good Friday Feeling 🎈
Breakfast and Brew.
Thermal vest goes on.
I let hubby have a extra hour in bed while I enjoyed coffee downstairs.
Once he got up and got dressed.
Out of the door we went.
On to Bromsgrove we go.
Food shop first.
Once we done that,
We moved the car and went to look around the Charity Shops.
One Charity shop had some good 60s songs playing...
I just had to sing along with one of them:
Some bargains about:
We went back to the car.
Then onto Waitrose. 
That's my Birthday cake from February!
Nice car in the car park↓
Back home we go.
Unpacks the shopping.
Now to enjoy the sunshine in the garden.
Coffee time.
Lunch time.
Soaking up the rays until it was time to go in.
Nice bit of Vitamin D!
We got the tea on.
I looked into today's newspaper.
UK No.1 on this day in 1973:
Gilbert O' Sullivan - Get Down
US No.1 on this day in 1962:
Sleep Tea Time.
Now to enjoy the start of the long Easter Weekend!

Friday 4 September 2020

Playing The Small Violin...

Most turkeys taste better the day after; my mother's tasted better the day before - Rita Rudner
Welcome to the return of the Friday Feeling 🎈
 One day to go until it's our 9th Wedding AnniversaryπŸ’“πŸ’“πŸ’“πŸ’“
(They said it wouldn't last!)
 Hug and Brew time↑
Out for a quick walk↓
 Quick read of the newspaper when we got back↓
Wrote yesterday's blog post.
Quick coffee before work↓
 Gives hubby a wet sloppy πŸ’‹ before I go↓
 Sing-a-long time↓
At least it's not raining...(yet!)
 I'm glad I still have my highlighter pens!
I didn't leave with a red shiny face for a change ;) 
More singing-a-long on the way home↓
 Back home...
 Lunch time↓
 Some nice things that arrived in the post↑
Time to carrying on binge watching of:
 My younger brother comes finally around for me to sign some paperwork for my late dad's Solicitor.
He was trying to stick up for our late's dad's golddigging girlfriend.
He failed...
Here is a list of things I reminded him of things she did:
  1. Talked my dad into putting down his dog.
  2. Tried to get my dad to put down a perfect healthy cat, we rehomed her in the end.
  3. Didn't want my dad staying at hers, due to his frame marking her white carpet when he came out of hospital.
  4. Went to my younger brother's wedding.
  5. Didn't turn up at my dad's sister's funeral.
  6. As soon as out of dad's hearing range, slagged off him and us etc
  7. Wearing a "Poor Me" badge at every opportunity. 
  8. Returned my birthday present I bought her.
  9. Moaning her diamonds earrings for her Birthday my dad had bought her, was late arriving...
  10. Lots more.....
I had to look hard for a small box. I opened it and started to play it for my brother↓
He soon left after I put it away.

Afterwards, I went off to work↓
 Back to catch up on the news...
With some sleep tea↓
 We are celebrating our 9th Wedding Anniversary tomorrow..
A nice stay in a nice hotel perhaps?↓


Thursday 3 September 2020

When Are You Coming Back?

Success is a journey, not a destination.The doing is often more important than the outcome - Arthur Ashe
Welcome to my Thursday 🎈
I wish the weather would make its mind up on what to do....!
(Bikini πŸ‘™ goes back in drawer)  
 Brew and Hug↑
Just got ready to go on walk when it started to rain↓
 Into Sexy Beast we go.
We went past the middle school our kids went to, and everyone was queuing up to get through the school gates at 8am!
Back to have a quick read of the newspaper↓
 Pauline Collins OBE  is an English actress of stage, television, and film, who first came to prominence portraying Sarah Moffat in Upstairs, Downstairs (1971–73) and its spin-off, Thomas & Sarah (1979). In 1992, she released her autobiography, titled Letter to Louise.
Collins played the title role in the play Shirley Valentine, for which she won an Olivier Award in 1988, and Drama Desk and Tony Awards in 1989. She reprised the role in the 1989 film adaptation, winning the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role and receiving Golden Globe and Academy Award nominations. She also starred in the television dramas Forever Green (1989–92) and The Ambassador (1998–99). Her other film appearances include City of Joy (1992), Paradise Road (1997), Albert Nobbs (2011), Quartet (2012), and The Time of Their Lives (2017)She is 80 years old 🎈 
 With coffee↑
I wrote yesterday's blog post.
I gave hubby a sloppy πŸ’‹ before I left.
 Nice bit of tunes to sing-a-along with↓
 It rained all the way!
Those rain clouds followed me by the look of it↓
 I had a better day today.
It helped by me bringing in my reading glasses ...
The sun came out on the way home \o/
 Light lunch time↓
 My friend was popping in for chat and coffee later.
Hubby ducked out the house with a shopping list.
My friend came...
Yak and coffee on the menu↓
 Once my friend went.
Hubby came back with food for our Wedding Anniversary on Saturday \o/
I was trying to sort out the mobile phone contracts and I was not getting anywhere  as normal!
Tea is served↓
Watched more of:
Off to work I goes.
Starts with a big tune↓
When I gets back. 
Customers were asking when I was coming back to the Lollipop job.
(I was due to go back next Monday.)
The Council has suspended the service until they can get it Covid Safe.
I'm getting in the mood to go back↓
 Now off to bed after that fun↑↑↑
The Friday Feeling is back tomorrow 🎈