A generally relaxing day, with a late and slow start, watching Country Tracks on the box and chatting with Gill. But then my planned evening was thrown into disarray. I was going to meet my new facebook friend Faye at City Screen and get a ticket to see Peeping Tom, a film made 50 years ago, and a bit of a landmark in the history of cinema. But she sent me a message saying she had decided to stay in as her husband was due home after a short break... and I asked her if I could buy her ticket off her.
So, I said I'd cycle over and collect that later, and I did an hour's work outside which was lovely. Then in for a late lunch and Gardener's Question Time, and after this I got on my bike and went over to South Bank. I was pleased to see Faye in person as we've chatted on facebook, and both her and her husband Trent seem like nice and interesting people. Faye was playing with her cute little 3 year old son, who eventually overcame his shyness and we played a bit. Then her 2 year old woke, but he didn't overcome his shyness before I had to go. Faye gave me the ticket, wouldn't accept any money so I promised a bag of dried fruit and some balloon animals as and when we meet again.
From Faye's I cycled on to Miller's Yard and picked up 4 sacks of oranges and one sack of plastic bottles to recycle. And a quick cycle home, picking up some long lanky pruned branches on the way home.
Gill had added to my stew and so I had a plate of that and soon after 7, got ready to head down to City Screen to see Peeping Tom. I hadn't done any research other than what was on the invite page on facebook, ie it was an early study of voyeurism and warped sexuality, not something I'm overly interested in, but interested enough to consider seeing the film.
I enjoyed the film and will write a brief review later.