Our party were hoarse afterwards but it didn’t stop us talking all night.
We then went for a cocktail and on to dinner in a very posh restaurant. It was all lovely and we laughed so much.
Cousin Sue and I shared a bedroom for the first time since we were ten years old and that was fun - lots of talking about old times. We were going on the London Eye next day but it was very misty so we walked along the South Bank having coffee, having lunch and enjoying the sights. How about this chameleon on a bicycle?
Apart from entertaining grandchildren, I very rarely do non-textile things and now realise that change is good for you, although completely shattered today. I shall be refreshed and ready for some work tomorrow.
On to the Comments;
Lynda - glad you like Kiefer, too. You should try to get to Blood on Paper and see the work - I think it would appeal.
Aussie Jo - will visit to check on the paper casting. Would love to see it.
I shall try going alone to the tip Gill but, knowing my luck, the tipmeister will ignore me and I’ll come home with a bad back.
Annabelle - I have bookmarked you now. I can’t imagine how anyone could mistake your work for a wheelie bin cover but perhaps you should have the image put onto a suitable material and market them. A new career.
We have to get a permit to go to our tip, Pat. Although it is only half a mile away it ‘belongs’ to a different council. We were having to drive ten miles to another tip before someone woke up to the fact that this is not very green. Now we get six vouchers a year!
I think ‘Oi Mum’ has a nicer ring than the tip man’s bellow, Megan, but perhaps you should become selectively deaf until ‘Mother Dear’ is used.