Well You Tube seems to have accessed my songs for a broken heart. I can’t believe this one Cruel Sumner by Bananarama came up. I loved Cruel Summer. It was my “feel sorry for myself” song. When my best male friend had moved away I played this all Summer long and beyond. I missed him so so much.
Just listening to it brings it all back to me.Jason Manford – Geordie The Friendliest Accent.
Apparently Geordie is reminiscent of Chaucer’s English. Sounds “reet” to me!
‘. Apparently he has already been given a nickname.My son was impressed and caused me to re-evaluate things. He might have been annoying nut he didn’t tell open barefaced lies. If I had known the right question to ask “aye reckun” he would have given me an honest answer! He has been trying to control me lately though “aye rekun”.
This contrasts with my marriage where I just longed to be left alone. I have decided I would rather be alone than inadvertently inflict any toxic fleas I mjght have picked up on somebody else.”
This is another good one to be miserable to. (Our son has probably eaten a few worms over the years.) Fortunately his tendency to put everything in his mouth had stopped once he got a little older. Mind of A Teenage Boy-Iballright celebs
Obviously he never ate the worm that turned. The worm their way out of everything.
My favourite tv couple were also into worms.
This was the best sitcom ever in my view. My fantasy was to live the life of Tom & Barbara-Urban self-sufficiency. Their relationship was adorable. Sitting round the table with a glass of home-made wine and just enjoying each other’s company.
My ex and I had lived a much simpler life in the UK. We had saved up for a knife block with Greenshield stamps. I think I have kept the knife block. My class worked out that the knife block had cost us some astronomical amount in petrol purchases. One of the lads bless him had even suggested they had a knife block we could have. ☺
I loved my garden and my worms.