The morning after Green Day and Merrily, we popped to a car boot in Pimlico.
Michelle had a stall at Brent Lodge Open Day earlier in the year.
I was the hired help. But spent most of the time staring at the Polish bread.
There were a few other stallholders. But not a lot of visitors.
In Mid May I did the Chester Half Marathon. Lots of Bananas and free Lucozade at the start.
I relaxed in the sun before. But really struggled with the race. Not training for a month is not good.
My dad managed to get a picture of me coming up the hill to the end.
One of the worst 1/2 marathon times in a long time. But I quite enjoyed it!
After the Chester Half Marathon, my parents treated me to a show. That’ll be the day. Quite an interesting show. Great in parts (some good 50s/60s Rock and Roll and likeable performers), OK in other parts, and absolutely terrible in bits (out of tune a couple of times and 2 terrible skits – one awful segment featuring Bill and Ben and one Mick Jagger section which was just embarrassing. The band was great for most of it, although it was a bit pub band ish in parts.
But the crowd loved it.
And many seem to go to see this tour every time it’s in town. 700 odd tickets at £25 plus merc is quite a nice income if you are performing 5 times a week.
Llandudno was looking good though.
And I can understand the harp. But what is the tea party scene for?
We had a fun day at Madeline’s Christening (despite almost arriving late)
There were some staged photographs.
Mummy and Daddy
What is Alan thinking?
Paul waved some paper. Then pretended to cut a cake.
And I let George take a few photos.
I drank all the wine.