It's a mixed bag this morning.
Yesterday, two of the ULB cockerels left the field for pastures new
( ULB = useless little bugger)
I have decided to keep Big Bertha, the pekin hen who is just five inches high and five inches wide.
She is laying well, and provides a regular supply of " gift eggs" to people in the village.
She is a real sweetie with more chutzpah than a bus load of Joan Rivers...she can wrap me around her little finger
|note... no feet!|
That bloody awful manipulation of the emotions
BRITAIN's GOT TALENT is back on the telebox again.
It's not something we watch , but I must admit I did give two local lads a few minutes of my time when they appeared on Saturday night.
Described as sandwich makers Adam and Richard, these two hail from Holywell which is a tiny town a few miles North East of Trelawnyd....
And I must admit that I kind of delight in the blatant manipulation of the emotions by the production team's clever editing and use of music and the crowd......
I doubt they have a career but I wish them well..
Trelawnyd needs a couple of young voices in the choir!
Anyhow speaking of manipulation and emotion
Yesterday afternoon, we sat down to watch the 1994 film version of Little Women
If you have not seen it, do so, for it is a cracking masterclass in good acting and emotional free falling.
Take a look at this scene, where the ailing Beth is given her Christmas Piano
Claire Danes is wonderful in the role....
And I blub every time I see it...
WHAT FILM SCENE MAKES YOU CRY.?