Wednesday, 27 July 2011

Djembe and the Watkins 44 guitar, art and the supermarket

Off at the supermarket this morning to shop, it was not quite as bad as it could have been considering it is the big summer holiday but still YUK. Then we all had pork pies and Walnut bread and cheese for lunch. As I think I have said before normally I have dinner at lunchtime and tea at dinner time but that’s all wrong so its lunch midday and dinner in the evening. Although dad did come in and say great dinner at lunch time.

The Ghost writer in grumbling and complaining he has to put ten of the PC’s in his car to take them to Brecon tomorrow to store then. I have offered to go too and the dog and Rusty the Robot dog and even Sooty the Cat but only because he thinks there might be more food to eat in Brecon.

And I am going to Napoleon Beelzebub’s Very Strange Victorian Curiosity Shop this afternoon in a bit to help move pictures. There is a new exhibition starting so the Preview is on Saturday. The new Exhibition is by David Whiley and we all like his work a lot he is a very good artist.

Finally I am off out tonight to play Djembe (An African Drum) and guitar (dad’s old left handed Watkins Rapier 44) with a Marshal Amp so lots of noise. Which means it is a rather (very) short diary entry today.  

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