The title of this blog comes from a Gaelic expression -"putting on the poor mouth"-which means to exaggerate the direness of one's situation in order to gain time or favour from creditors.
Now I'm intrigued. What did you do for Christmas?
nice choices!if your xmas was anything like mine, then it's heartburn all round
Ah DAve it was nothing much.. just spent a pleasant day with the not wife's family!Not a bad chouice indeed but we're pretty spolit for choice with the blue and green eyed boy!
Glad to hear you had a pleasant Christmas. We spent the day with too many of Stella's family (most of them are just fine). Stella is still visiting with her brother and his family, who are staying in a timeshare about 40 miles north of here; I'm at Stella's apartment, looking after the cats. (The one fish, a betta, died on my watch. Not my fault!)Anyway, like you, I seem to have nothing much to say this week. I brought my laptop over here in case I felt like blogging... can't do it from Stella's computer... but the sound on the laptop is so awful I don't dare even try to listen to your selections. I'll try again later from a computer with better sound.
I hope the catsitting is going well.. . Back to work on Tuesday for me but at least my ribs are healing...Hmm I think more videos today... still nothing I want to say!
i did love nirvanas version of the man who sold the world
Oh it is good, very good indeed. It is one of those songs it is almost imposible to butcher... I hope never to stand corrected on that matter!
it's not good to say nirvana now...unplugged in new york was excellent, though. if it gets butchered, it will be that gareth gates has been 'awarded' the song!
Unplugged is excellent. I dont think Nevermind or In Utero sound quite as good now (Bleach was not to my liking at all) but they contain some great songs.I dare Gareth Gates to butcher it. I don't think eve he can wreck the song (Please do not take up my challenge Gareth, I would hate to be proved wrong!)
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