Did I feel as sick as a dog through most of bank holiday yes, yes I did, Did I complain? Of course! Did I care noooo, because I was with friends and family that could somehow put up with such odious behaviour, so there lol.
So on Thurs my mum came over to watch the new version of ‘Anne a green gables’, she was telling me and my sis about this new cat of hers Zachary, who apparently has been duping all the neighbours into giving it food. We told her that that’s what all the fat cats do.
Me and my sister watched a load of classic movies ‘Calamity Jane, Easter parade, Seven Brides for seven Brothers’ Gotta love Howard Keel.
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Ok so were off to a good start, but yeah, felt really yuck, but I reckon the worse was over so I was definitely going out. I met up with some dancer friends in Hyde park- I’ll tell you about that former life some other time lol- We made a gorgeous picnic by Diana’s memorial, and lapped up the sun. Beautiful!
Bank Hol Monday
We went to celebrate sports day! #gmdc Where GMFA-the gay men’s health charity UK was raising money to help improve health, and well being in the gay community.
Wish I could have gone Nottinghill carnival as well, but time wasn’t on my side. It felt quite calm on the trains on our way to Vauxhall -where the charity event was, I thought they’d be more crazy drunk revellers around, but it all seemed quite civilised. What I’m most pleased to hear about was that for the most part it was a brilliant success, and of course the minute silence, for the victims of Grenfell towers.
It’s hard to shed any light on such an awful catastrophe, especially at Nottinghill carnival which is all about joy and laughter, but I can only hope it helped to strengthen the community, bring them closer together, and know that the public hasn’t forgotten about the horror they’ve been through, and instead are willing to show their love and support when they need it most.
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What did you get up to on the bank holiday?