I don't know Blackadder. Twinkle, Tele, plaits and pups.....sounds perfectly relaxing Rachel. (not sure on the rave part)oxo
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And I thought you were watching 'Mega Piranha' as you said on Facebook. How disappointing, from the title alone one could tell it's a true classic.However, give me Edmund Blackadder - any of the family - any day. Think I'll watch an episode or two of David Tennant's Doctor Who again. Maybe I should become a David Tennant fangirl and start posting embarrassing tribute videos on Youtube?
Sounds like a good time. Relaxing with the furry family. I don't recall ever hearing that movie. Kitty
'ello again, I see you switched the movie up. and , after some thought, I get the rave part, talk about slow on the draw...me that is, haha.I'm deep in the trenches of "Groundhog Day", Bill Murray.
Hiya honey. xox~Lace
I have been on a House addiction and renting back episodes from Netflix or watching on my Apple TV from iTunes. It doesn't take much to make me happy these days ;)Denise x
Sharpened mower blades,yard vac's engine primer bulb replaced,a truckload of soil,mulch and sod.I'm in the yard today in between storms.AMC HD has old westerns on,being recorded as I type.Bliss...We are left with three dogs Dexter,Athena and Emmy.Our pack.Smiles all'round.Cheers!
I am so proud of my niece(only).As a tiny baby she sat on my lap mesmerized by Tommy,the 1989 live video.It seems like only yesterday.Today she is well on her way,and doing quit well for herself.Hugeantic smile. Say hello... http://summerabroad2011.blogspot.com/
...Read (first) niece.
I seldom watch anything more than 85 times, although I have made a few exceptions.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mB60OaNT6VA
I don't know if this is real or surreal, Rachel, and Andy died before I had a chance to ask him. To this day, I can't say, I'll let you be the judge.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2JrQhsAGSK0Sincerely,Tony Clifton
Ahh Black Adder goes Forth...you're not having "Rat 'O' Van" for tea? I hope not! I have 1 dog at my feet now. Trusty Rusty my Belgian Shepherd. She's 16 now and totally blind so she stays pretty close to me. Still hanging in there though. Nothing wrong with her appetite. Mind you the Cats and Rabbits in the Neighbourhood breathe a sigh of relief. She cant see them to chase anymore!
I guess you could say I'm her (Rusty's) seeing eye person
350 miles around Lake Ozarks from home and back,and a new Miniature Schnauzer puppy without a name.Now there are again four...Life IS good.
So...you like the comedy, eh? And all the comforts of home.... Home. Well, I'll see what I can do to accommodate you.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aOl4oeHZnBk
SPIRIT IN THE SKYMy cats, Orange, Trouble, Dragon, Bobby, Biggs and Little One, have 9 lives, each and every one of them, that’s 54 in all. Not a bad number, considering their isn’t one soul amongst them.Cat’s lives – all 9 of them – are much shorter than even the single life of a man, yet they have mastered something that we can only imagine. They have learned the secret of contentment, they have learned how to live in the moment, and they have no concept of their own mortality, they are incapable of thinking it. They love to purr and play with their prey, as if they are still frolicking in the Garden. The Garden in which Adam and Eve were abandoned. Oh Lord, what have I done to deserve this? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8L0TTkXz_4AWith Love,Tommy
Edmund was always the funniest (and the dearest) to me; his facial expressions alone are priceless. I'm off to post a photo of one now as my iphone wallpaper.Now I have the theme song running through my head:"Black Adder, Black Adder....."Love to you, Rach!