Friday, August 5, 2011

Happy Hour Friday

Time to begin making dessert - peach crumble with this year's first local peaches.  Have a great weekend. :-)

Love and all Groovy Stuff,
Gina

6 comments:

  1. peach!

    Aloha from Waikiki;


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  2. I love this song! Haven't heard Jazz Butcher for years. Thank you. This video is funny, too. The big fellow at the start in a brilliant comedy character called 'Onslow' from the telly show 'Keeping Up Appearances'...a hero!

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  3. Cloudia - yummmmm! :-) sending a hug!

    SB - I love Keeping Up Appearances. I wish there were more and more and more episodes!

    Jazz Butcher came to me out of the blue, from the past...I may look for more on youtube...someday I will get a real computer and have a ton of music files. For now, my computer doesn't seem to want to play them. There is something wrong but I have no idea of how to fix it. I don't even own an MP3! I put discs into the computer and the boombox and the car cd player...a dinosaur, I am...

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  4. you're the only other person I know who listens to and likes Jazz Butcher/Conspiracy. I believe that Southern Mark Smith is the best rock song ever written. this one isn't bad either. thanks for the listen. LOVE it!!!

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  5. I still love peaches but am left only with fond memories of drinking vodka. Now half a glass of beer puts me straight to sleep.

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  6. Glad you enjoyed, Becky!

    Susan - The post title is just an excuse to post a song. I can barely handle a martini...don't like the taste of hard liquor unless it has a lot of sweet stuff in it. I grew up drinking wine with meals and that is pretty much what I continue to do. Once in a while a margarita with Mexican food...Wayne doesn't drink at all...

    I wonder if the Buskers are any good this year in Halifax. It doesn't sound like you and Numb are planning to join the crowds. Probably smart; you don't want to end up like the girl in the news.

    Sending a hug.

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