But I'm glad I got up as I had a relaxing morning before going to work in Haxby, I set off soon after 1pm, in costume, and cycled the 5 and a half miles to the Memorial Hall which was the venue for the party. The 4 year old boy (about to turn 5 on Wednesday) was very excited, and had invited his whole class.
So about 25 children turned up, with them about 30 grown ups who nearly all stayed! So there was a fabulous audience and we had a really good show. I really enjoyed it, and the balloon workshop went well too, with lots of adults getting involved in that.
I managed to finish on time... just... and soon got packed up and left. I decided to visit someone in Wigginton whom I bought a unicycle from a few years ago... and they had emailed me months ago to ask if I wanted to buy another. Their son had gone through a unicycle phase and out the other end, so there was a spare uni available. I will probably pass this on to the Steiner School who are setting up a circus school.
So I came home with 3 unicycles on my trailer. Once I'd got unloaded, I did very little during the rest of the evening, apart from some more pears, some washing up, and watched The Secret Millionaire on Channel 4. It is a brilliant concept, and the end part of the programme makes me tearful without fail.