Tragedy in Poldark
Oh crikey that was a sad one of Poldark last week. Poor Dwight and Caroline losing their little baby daughter Sarah to a rare heart defect. Oh if anyone deserved to be happy with their family they did. I know Caroline wasn't keen on having children but she fell in love and was bonding so well with her. Oh I cried, and then had to hold my breath again as there was a huge flood in the mine. We are a bit busy this week with people being stuck in underwater mines this week.
Yes all the best to the young lads and their football coach in Thailand who are at present being rescued from an underground cave. Four out so far so lets hope all 13 people get out safely.
It all happened in Our Girl as well this week. Bones didn't half put the guys and gals through their paces with even the threat of sending Georgie home. She wasn't going anywhere was she? How could she? That would be the end of the series......silly. I wasn't expecting to see Bossy Bones go out though. Blimey I was a bit annoyed at him, I know he was trying to get the best out of everyone but woah I wasn't expecting him to get blown to pieces. He spotted a suspect package left at a dinner party and.......well took it upon him selves to take the detonation.
After all I said the other week about him and Georgie maybe becoming an item, how wrong was I? It's Captain James we've got to be watching. he's taken quite a shine to Georgie in a big way, but who didn't see that coming? Now James is married to Molly who was played by Lacey Turner in the early days so it's a bit like nooooooooooo you can't do this to Molly. I don't think Georgie will let it happen but who knows....will they succumb to a bit of passion? Keep watching.
I watched The Big NHS Singalong this week which was a programme following the NHS Choir and how they put together the song 'With A Little help From My Friends'. They recorded it at Abbey Road Studios with a few celebrity friends and then the programme aired this week was a live link up around the country of more NHS workers as they attempted to break the record for the biggest singalong.
This is all to celebrate 70 years of the NHS and it was a lovely moving adventure. I love being part of a choir as you know if you read my Music Monday posts and I love seeing the joy it brings to others in their choirs too. I was great to see how it all comes together and I also enjoyed seeing them get excited about recording at the famous Abbey Road Studios as I know how it feels to record there. So a big well done to the NHS Choir and you can download their song now.
Well another busy week of football again and haven't we done well so far?Semi Finals on Wednesday, I think most of us will be watching that surely?? It's been a fantastic tournament and I will miss it when it finishes. One week to go and who will be playing the final next Sunday? Ohhhhhh we will have to wait and see......fingers crossed!!
Thank you so much for reading today......please come back tomorrow for Music Monday but for now you all take care and stay cool folks.
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