19 Jan 2015

MY WEEKEND OF JANUARY17

I am still sick, but apparently must feel better because I saw my head in the bathroom's mirror, and looked like an old witch witch, only the long nose with a wart and a black hair on it was missing so I washed my hair and put a little make-up on and looked like a human being again.

In order to recover fully in a couple of days I rested, took my pills and  spent my days between Computer and TV. Fortunately there were interesting posts to read and I could travel virtually around the world !

The News on all TV channels are rather depressing  and the  TV programs changed or were scheduled later because of the latest terrorist attacks. Of course it is important to be informed, but too much is too much, especially it's always the same what you see and hear.



Therefore I went with Detective Chief Inspector Barnaby from Causton to Midsomer to solve some murderers in the Southeast of England. At least the English countryside and its small villages are a beautiful background and you only have 5 murders in average and you only know the killer at the end. I also found some Agatha Christie movies and watched how Poirot, the famous Belgian detective solving the most complicated cases, and on this occasion I saw the old Brussels and asked myself where the heck did they make the movie ! I only recognized  two places and even that was hard without the cars which now congest the city ! I also did a cruise on the Nile with him. Besides that, I helped some couples to find a house in "Escape to the country" !

Mr. G. took the supper cooking over and called me each evening at 7 pm sharp ! Not a minute later ! He is in full shape again, I mean not like a 30 year old, but according to his vintage age.

I also changed some photos into "Feline Art" for that I need time and time I have enough. I think I made enough for the next week's themes.




6 comments:

Andrew said...

Reported on the news here, troops on the streets of Belgium for the first time in 35 years. What happened 35 years ago? I don't think I would ever become bored with Midsomer and Poirot to watch.

Fun60 said...

Sorry to hear you are still not back to full strength. I too, watch Midsomer when i have nothing better to do. You are kept guessing right to the very end.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

You don't let anything get you down do you! Good for you.

Norma Ruttan said...

you and I seem to have the same taste in TV programs. "Midsomer Murders" is new to me. Poirot, I love, especially as acted by David Suchet. sunlight aids me when reading or hearing about another terroist attack. it can be overwhelming. I hope you are well soon.

Loree said...

Glad you're feeling better. I love Poirot. He is always so precise and correct.

Gracie said...

Those are two tv series that I never miss, no matter how many times I've seen it!