Pity I missed it. I was just finished stapling after all the copying...give us a shout a day before the next one if you can as I can only watch live bbcToday at 3.00pm on BBC2 part one (of three)
Pilgrimage: The Road to Santiago. Just saying if you can view it. Part one today Biarritz arrival.
So maybe I can survive without seeing it? That is always my yardstick: will it add a cubit to my span of life? Next time I want some new oilcloth for the table I must ask in cubits. I can imagine the look on the face of the shop assistant!It’s a little bit celebrity orientated I think Peter!
More aimed at the viewing public..the jury is out here too!
I think it will be 3.00 on a Saturday afternoon on BBC2 Kirkie. For me it was good in parts.So maybe I can survive without seeing it? That is always my yardstick: will it add a cubit to my span of life? Next time I want some new oilcloth for the table I must ask in cubits. I can imagine the look on the face of the shop assistant!
I misspelt and have corrected JC. It is the wind on the SE side of France by the Pyranees. Sunbathing in the beach a windbreak is advised. Milder than the Mistral but still impressive.I instantly Googled that (as you do) only to find it's a restaurant in Argostolion, Greece. I'm assuming it was the beans in the gigantes plaki that caused it?
Yeah. I was away a while and know what you mean.
Wonderful!Today was a truck up lucky day.
You and I both know the “man upstairs” decided to show out.
Some adults really miss that too... two persons of my acquaintance cannot pass a parking machine or abandoned trolleys in shopping centres without giving it a go... money found peaked at €200 one year, and paid for books required for a course. Since the economic meltdown it has been far less lucrative but hope springs eternal.
There are always the vending machines. I have to admit being tempted to check along the Frances.
Have some respect for the working dogs, wherever you go !
Ah yes.....I remember it well as the song goes.....
Sigh. Stop it, BB. You're confusing folks.mr. g is making me more confused as i thought something related to NZ words but seem she is a songwriter
I knew I should have looked it up first . I knew it.
Ahh. To be more clear.Ah, but contrary to @VNwalking’s request you could have had breakfasticus.
But I am having couscous for breakfasticus!
So true NYCThere are times when life is magical.
The last few posts on this thread echo time now.
It’s 1:29am and the sound of silence is broken by the chirping bird outside, the second hand on my red wall clock, and peaceful whirring of my ceiling fan.
Odd, sometimes the smallest moments bring the greatest joys.
Finally, off to sleep.
For many of you: Morning has broken.
So true NYC
The last few posts on the sound of silence made me smile
The sound of silence....wonderful words
So too....Silence is golden, but my eyes can see....another song but I can't remember who sang this one ...??anyone..BB is good at finding the songs
Silence definitely golden here today as I've lost my voice ....maybe a blessing for "himself"but either he's too nice or too scared to say so!!!!!
You are too kind to offer freedom to use google! actually, I have just had to be very firm with a couple of websites inviting me to 'win' a Samsung something or other... pity I am and always have been an out and out apple aficionada!Yes, seeing the tremeloes and “Chip” Hawkes (father of Chesney) and the recent “sound of silence” string had me reminiscing and thinking (and Chip was another I saw at the colston Hall...and a very good guitarist he was too.
Just for fun, and only because I (think) I know the answers, can anyone tell me which cinematic films the following actors made their cinematic debuts.
Jeff Goldblum and
Google if you must!
Sorry Kirkie..I deleted the post and googled to see if I was right (only two out of three).You are too kind to offer freedom to use google! actually, I have just had to be very firm with a couple of websites inviting me to 'win' a Samsung something or other... pity I am and always have been an out and out apple aficionada!
This takes me back to the super duper word processor the parish priest passed on to me in the late 80s that was my launchpad into technology. It was an Amstrad. Yeah! for the not yet lost neurons!
And, incidentally, my cute father had seen it coming down the tracks and told my sister and myself: be there, don't be waiting on the sidelines!
Then, one morning during the night, when I was unable to sleep, I crept down to the tv and found a programme that was portraying what in fact was Mac, or Apple... I was so bowled over I just had to make an appeal to our cfo to give me the money to get me an Apple! and since them yes, I can and do use other platforms, but my home space is Mac, Apple, call it what you will...There is so much more our bits of hardware can do than we actually call on them to do for us, but hey! for as long as we have breath and finger mobility... aren't you glad, Bb, that you called this out of my subconscious? and th only nae I recognise is Richard Dreyfuss. I leave the rest to the younger cohort.
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