...gosh it looks a lot like winter out there. A sky full of big, fat, rain-filled clouds in varying shades of dark grey, lots of rain falling, although that has stopped for a while now.
It's even cold inside, so I've turned the heater on.
Just on medium to take the chill off the air, I'll feel warmer after I eat dinner so I can turn it off again.
Meanwhile, here's a couple of questions for you.
Years ago there was a housework poem which went
Monday - wash day
Tuesday - ironing day
and so on.
But I can't remember it now, all I know is those first two days.
There was a baking day, a shopping day, a cleaning day too I think.
Can anyone help me out with this?
And now for a song or three.
I've had this line in my head for over a week now, without being able to recall any more of the song, nor who sang it and when.
"He whistled and he sang till the green hills rang, and he won the heart of a la-a-a-dy."
Does anyone remember this? Can you tell me who sang it and maybe the title of the song?
Two more songs that I'd like to know who sang them and what they are called:-
"heavenly shades of night are falling, it's twilight time..."
this was brought back to me when I read the line on another blog, it was by a beautiful sunset photo.
"catch a falling star and put it in your pocket, never let it fade away..."
I know a bit more of this one, but not the singer.
I'm pretty sure it is called Catch a Falling Star.
I dare say many people have a version of this, but if you can name a few I could maybe narrow it down to someone that sounds familiar.
I'd like to add these to my easy listening playlist.
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