Waffler I have had a bad chesty coughing cold for a few days, and am beginning to feel better. I feel even better noticing that the site visitor count has gone over 40,000 since I last looked at it. I do hope that I am providing my readers with enough items of interest. As many … Continue reading Radio Newsbeat
The trees around the lake pictured in an earlier post have lost most of their leaves and the lake has some lovely reflections on it In our local town they had an electric car on display, looked like a space ship with all of its doors open? A picture of a lovely cat that visits … Continue reading Pictorial Musings
Yes they are expensive but a quality store, and the only large supermarket in my area. This shows how much I have saveds. It is a regular email that they send every three months of so. I have taken my email and name out of this! I must have spent a fortune over the months … Continue reading Wonderful Waitrose
Sonnet 97: How like a winter hath my absence been Related BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE How like a winter hath my absence been From thee, the pleasure of the fleeting year! What freezings have I felt, what dark days seen! What old December's bareness everywhere! And yet this time remov'd was summer's time, The teeming autumn, … Continue reading Pictorial Musings
My nomination for the worst film of 2016 has to go to "The Sausage Party". Forget innuendo, it is riddled with sexual references throughout. The Internet Move Database summarises the film Storyline The products at Shopwell's Grocery Store are made to believe a code that helps them live happy lives until it's time for them … Continue reading In my opinion two of the worst films of 2016 and 2017
I was listening to a batch of music this evening and discovered a cover version of Caroline by a group called the Jordans. I was pleased to find that it has been uploaded to You Tube, Here then is foreign Language version of Caroline, perhaps Caroline Flashback can use this? Great song and audio indeed … Continue reading A version of Caroline you have not heard before?
I saw this "famous caravan" today and it gave me an idea to cover comedy sketches in caravans, with the help of You Tube. The caravan above was used in the television series Derek and starred Rick Gervais. Take a look on You Tube for the outakes, a bit too risky for this blog but … Continue reading Comedy in Caravans