Friday, 3 January 2014

Feeling Good With Barry White and Beethoven...!

Bonjour!

It's been a bit of a mixed up week in these parts! You know that period when Christmas is over, New Year's Eve comes and then goes, the kids are still off school and the tree still up but holiday adverts are all over the box. Then there is the joy of having to go into work leaving the rest of family at home (ok so the hubby was working from home but still!) and it nearly kills you to get out of bed at what seems like the crack of dawn after sleeping in for over a week! And of course you keep doing that thing (well I do anyway) of 'this time last week I was at the cinema/eating a lovely meal/drinking alcohol/sitting around watching Christmas TV/enjoying myself etc etc! It's all a bit of a 'come down' don't you think?

See what I mean about lovely meals (she sighs) - mum cooked meatball curry and coconut rice for New Year's Day dinner - here it is served with dhal and garnished with fried onions and curry leaves - there was also a mountain of poppadoms lurking out of shot!


So I was trying to think of a feel good track to play today and here's where Barry steps in - I was reminded of this tune (from way back when in 1974) whilst we were watching Buffy the Vampire Slayer last week (Willow was trying to seduce Oz!), it's a real 'feel good' tune and always brings a smile to my face! We need 'feel good' at this time of year don't you think?

Barry White - Can't Get Enough Of Your Love Babe...



Big Chinese tonight with the family, the last of the big suppers for a while as both brothers are off home this weekend - in fact as I finish typing this post my brother Mike is practising Beethoven Moonlight Sonata from one of my old books - see below ...!



What are you up to this weekend? What's your post Christmas 'feel good' track?



Jen x

7 comments:

  1. I can’t stop listening to: I see fire by Ed Sheeran, Ottis Reading – Sitting on the dock of the bay and Moondance by Van Morrison (over and over and over…..). XXX :o)

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  2. I haven't really listened to any music this past week, too much on the TV! Love your description of the post xmas lull and mums curry looks amazing, when you gonna get her to cook for me?

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    1. I'll speak to my mum Sharron! xx

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  3. I hear you about the come down. Took the tree down today and the room looks so bare! I love Christmas and hate it when it's all finished. Roll on Summer ;)
    Dinner looks delish too, you've made me very hungry x

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    1. Me too Sam - get myself on a proper downer! I agree - looking forward to summertime! xx

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  4. That curry looks amazing!! If Mama cooks for Sharron then I'm coming too! ;) Ax

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