Monday, 24 November 2014

When you thought it couldn't get any worse?

Welcome to my world
I took a video of a lovely sunrise this morning, when I got back after night shift
I put the IPad down and switched on the video by accident
and recorded 
this somewhat catarrh filled version of "let it go " as I did the washing up
It does go on somewhat, so I suggest you do some dusting if you switch it on
It sums up the day somewhat
It's a day for pottering
I'll have  proper news tomorrow 
Chris is away all week in London ( did you get that susie?)
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47 comments:

  1. John I love your cheery singing and watched the entire video just to hear more, LOL

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    1. On reflection the sunrise video was more exciting
      Fuck this is a boring post

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    2. As boring as mine.xx

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    3. Not THAT BAD tiger tits

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    4. Control yourself. I'll write something boring later no doubts.x

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  2. I liked the fascinating accompanying sound effects. Improved it no end. (I trust you didn't get any phlegm mixed in with the washing up).

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    1. There goes my audition with the male voice choir

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    2. You really should audition for the male voice choir. You hold a note very well. Go on... you know you want to!

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    3. Yes, J.G. I can just see you as part of a male chorus joining PSB in a stirring rendition of 'Go West' (lLife is peaceful there.....)

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  3. Now I understand why CHRIS is in the choir ;-)

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    1. Now I understand why Chris is in LONDON....

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    2. Hehehehe .........

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  4. Ah... John, you are human, after all. ;-)

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  5. Your posts are NEVER boring John....never.

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  6. Sing like nobody's listening ..... really enjoyed that

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  7. love to hear someone loving their life!

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  8. loved the singing and love the sampler that is lovely

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    1. My sister Janet did it for me, it covered my early life in sheffield...can you see the nurse? And tha patient in the wheelchair?

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    2. very clever and very crafty. what a lovely present

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  9. The Bryn Terfel of Trelawnyd!
    This was very funny.

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  10. I liked it the whole 5.05 minuts.

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  11. Your voice has a nice timbre, John. Thanks for letting us listen.

    Although ... now I will be humming this all day, dang it! The second time this week, and it's all your fault :)

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  12. Me, too, John, Just back from a morning at work and have 2.5 hours to putter before I retrieve the jazz banders from after school practice.

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  13. I think you have a rather nice voice. When singing with a choir your voices blend together and are stronger. It's a lot easier to me than singing alone.

    I missed the "Dead" last night. I totally forgot that it was on. You are going to have to fill me in!! I wished they had it On Demand!!

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  14. I don't like that song but loved to hear you singing. You have a fine voice!

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  15. I got an advert for 'plastic wall panelling'. Probably inspired by your neighbours.

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  16. Susie! Susie?

    Love,
    Janie

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  17. Great you capture a stunning sunrise and we get the sung version of the dishes!

    I think your recording must be the vocal equivalent of dance like no one is watching.......lol!

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    1. I know ..you all got the bum deal!

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  18. It is wonderful to hear the song in your heart and the bounce in your step.

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    1. Like bloody Julie Andrews

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  19. We have a saying oop North - 'Can ye whistle, 'cause ye cannae sing'!
    LOL xxx

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    1. Can't i? I thought I could,......

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  20. Don't give up the day job John.

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    1. Shucks
      I was thinking of going on Britains got talent

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  21. Brilliant...what a giggle...

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  22. I kept waiting for the dogs to join in!

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  23. You do have a lovely rich timbre to your voice, John. What impresses me more is the self-love to post such a candid, unguarded moment for us to witness. I wonder if you'd have done the same if there were video of you dancing to go with it?

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  24. Well you have abetter voice than I!

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