Monday, 12 July 2021

Time Does Fly,

here we are, Sunday again,

time for a read and a sherry,

before a starter of lobster bisque,


for our main course, roast duck,

sans gravy for myself,

it is so difficult trying not to show the gap in my teeth when I smile, still tomorrow off to the dentist,

cream filled strawberry roll with fresh strawberries and ice cream for dessert,


we settled down for our afternoon films, firstly a real oldie from 1937, The Man Who Could Work Miracles, written by H. G. Wells it tells the story of a ordinary man given extraordinary powers, of course whilst watching the film it does raise the question, what would you do if you had been given the same powers of George McWhirter Fotheringay? who is the man in question,

then a favourite of mine, Blow-Up, the film centres on a murder,

committed in this park that we visited in January 2019, if you watch the film these views of the park,

will be familiar, the park is Maryon Park in South East London,

before we leave Blow-Up here are a few stills from the film, David Hemmings the main star of the movie, 

we rounded off the evening by watching Midway, what a great film, I was so surprised in fact by how good it was, with the end of that we were off to bed.

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