It takes a Working Man, to sing a Working Song

Just a quickie are some shots of the kitchen I run. It’s old and run down in places, and I am not talking about Lindathecook, pictured making pizzas. She is actually a cousin of mine, which we didn’t know and had never met until I took the job. notice the “vintage”styling of our 35+ year old stand mixer. The kitchen and dining hall are housed in a building that used to be a gymnasium and it even has the original parquet flooring..or Parkay or parquae, I’m not really sure how to spell it. Looks like the old Boston Gardens’ floor that Bird and the Chief used to trod upon, if that helps you. Anyway, hopefully I will sneaking  in some more blog time into my schedule, so keep your eyes open and your ears turned on. Or any other body parts you wish to keep turned on. or open for that matter, really



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2 responses to “It takes a Working Man, to sing a Working Song

  1. Looks like the cuz is doing all the cooking….. Slacker…. tee…hee…
    So what’s that song ya’ singing? Joe Cocker, “With A Little Help From Friends” (or in your case “family”) an oldie but a goodie. Here’s the link in case you don’t know it. …. Enjoy! Happy Friday! 🙂

    • i sing a lot of songs at work…usually drives the folks around me nuts…and yes, CuzLinda is a hard working woman…and yes I know Joe Cocker, thank you very much…i was actually referncing an old American folk tune, It Takes Worried Man, originally written by Woody Guthrie, i think but made popular in the 50’s by the Kingston Trio(again, i think)

      here is info

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