The Buzz Carnegie piece was pubished first thing on Friday.
What a bloody f-up, Comrades.
And then it was back to Lake Brockwell.
I’m not sure why but I arrived feeling a little stressful and in need of calming down before a school day in SE17.
Maybe it was the school day in SE17 that was making me feel a little stressful?
Two lengths into the beautiful Brockwell blue and all was well in my world.
A further 18 lengths later and I was BUZZING off me tits.
I did the silly arthritis stretching routine thing by the Icicles breakfast bench.
And then had to wait a short while for a spare shower.
The indoor showers in the gents are still b0rked. A new water tank is apparently arriving next week.
The al fresco outdoor shower was decent, but it wasn’t a proper gentleman’s shower, if you know what I mean.
I cycled back through Brixton and Camberwell, en route for a school day in SE17.
Woh – this was a manic one.
Yoga in Reception (chill, Jase), videoing butterflies in Year 5 and then Year 6 play rehearsals.
I needed another twenty lengths back in the lovely lido to recover.
No time for that though.
I stopped off en route back to the flat to see Bob – he of Bob’s Bikes.
The ongoing search for a new pair of tyres for the Moulton Mini continues.
Yer man is hopeful for a fortnight after fishing around on eBay.
I was secretly pleased that I didn’t have to pick up the bicycle today. I didn’t fancy walking back to the flat wheeling the Moulton and the Brompton.
A S Ldn sound clash was taking place along South Lambeth Road.
Around half a dozen cars had a sliding scale of Lover’s Rock to Roots to Dub coming out of their car speakers.
Bloody LOVE living around here 🙂
A quick freshen up back at base, and then out went the shout of:
“To The Globe”
For your viewing pleasure this evening down at Bankside was Two Noble Kinsmen.
I know nothing…
I managed to keep up with the plot.
It was an uplifting production, compared to the rather heavy Hamlet of a few weeks earlier.
I let out my first unashamed “HURRAH!” as the actors left stage of the Wooden O.
The performance finished whilst there was still a few traces of daylight.
I took a leisurely Bankside stroll back to Ldn Bridge.
I even stopped off to listen to a half decent busker strum out a rather joyous version of Half the World Away.
I’ve been playing this a lot of late, for no particular reason.
It suited the mood to end the working week.
Have a good one.