Today started with Peter trying to sell his (and mine) vinyl collection of LP's (91 records) to someone he knows who has a record 'shop'. He was prepared to give them away, so last night I looked on Amazon and Ebay at used vinyls we had and realised that we had at least £91 for 91 records but some of them were worth far more! Anyway when he arrived this morning I said I wanted to sell them on Ebay and knew the value of them, he then looked and picked 6Beatle records and 2 other records and gave me £80. :) Peter was amazed and said it was because of me, nice he recognised it was because of me we got that money!
Whilst out we discussed the word ARM. I then looked at the meaning at home
an arm and a leg Slang
An excessively high price: a cruise that cost an arm and a leg....Not what we paid!!!
arm in arm
With arms linked together: They walked across the beach arm in arm....we could have done this!!
at arm's length
At such a distance that physical or social contact is discouraged: kept the newcomer at arm's length at first.
with open arms
With great cordiality and hospitality.
Here are my photos of Peter's lovely hairy arm xxx