Sunday Music

I wanted to travel to Suebia this weekend, but it finally did not work out. On Frayday evening I felt not too well, Saturday was spent in bed mostly, today too. My throat is still giving me strange feelings. At least I have no fever, and still have left my sense of taste & smell. So it is just an ugly kind of cold that does not want to leave. Sorry for the whining.
One more week to go, then a week off, what a prospect ! It is time for a break. My codriver and me are keeping it civilised, but we start to go on each other’s nerves : Yes, there is really a need for a pause.
Meanwhile the infection rate stays very high, it seems to be only a question of time when the institution for my kids will be affected. We already dodged a bullet forelast week, when someone close to the kids inside the institute was tested positive, but gladly none of the children was found affected. But again, it is just a matter of time.
So I wear my mask, try not to strangle my codriver, and curse the guy who ordered this vehicle without CD-player : The local radio stations are seemingly in a competition about the most unimaginative program. The only highlight was the Suebian yearly top-thousand hit parade based on hearers’ votes only. Places One & Two are usually either Stairway to Heaven or Bohemian Rhapsody, but anything down the ranks is often very surprising. At least I heared some very strange new (to me) music, besides old howlers I had totally forgotten.
Not a howler, but a very fine, hingetupftes, piece is today’s Sunday Music : Mr ELLINGTON and his band perform Mood Indigo (Ger., Eng.). I hope you enjoy the music. May we face a peaceful week.

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9 thoughts on “Sunday Music

  1. Hello, Sweetie! Do not worry about the whining. I have been whinging all year about my woes; I am hoping that I will get a special whining award from Mr Devine at the end of the year. That’s my excuse – and quite frankly, you are no competition.
    Sorry to hear that things have become fractious between you and your co-driver, we are all a bit skittish at the moment, hopefully it will pass and you will find something decent to listen to. I also hope you feel better very soon.
    Sxx

  2. Ms Scarlet is quite right: you have a long way to go before you reach the heights of Professional Whiner. And, possibly, Professional Winer too…

    ::makes note to include Special Whiner Award at the Year of the F- Ah, mustn’t give it away!::

    I hope you get through the week in better health and without making news headlines, dear Mago.

  3. Thank you, dearest MsScarlet. I happily accept my defeat regarding the whiner awards.

    No headlines – Woman Vanished from Driving Car ! Were Aliens Involved ? I’ll try my very best IDV.
    No new header btw, nine on a random schedule. Maybe the “frosty fern” is a bit under-represented ?

  4. Oh! Please stay safe!
    Ah,,.the Duke, in the early days. Thank you.I shall listen after the laundry machine stops its dreadful racket
    About the whining award…I’m not online often enough to do much whining, but if there is a prize for the laziest blogger I daresay I’ll shoo-in for that one!

  5. Never worry about whining, sugar! We’re here for each other good times and not so good! I mean, if we can’t bitch, moan and groan around each other, what good is blogging? ;!)

    Thanks so much for the Duke today! Mood Indigo is a favorite of mine. Stay safe, and get well soonest, sweetpea! xoxo

  6. Wasn’t “Moaning & Groaning” the title of a twenties’s jazz song ? I have to check for this. And of course you are right Savannah, shared moaning & groaning is better than single action.

    YES – a Whine & Cheese Party, possibly at the start of November ? I’ll bring the Limburger, and a Harzer Roller, that will knock everbody’s socks off – ha ! The Party and The Flower Show could complement each other ? Or is this a bad idea, Mistress ? Oh, I’m terrible at social engeneering … Reminds me that I have to snap a picture of some greenery around here.

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