Saturday, September 21, 2013

When it’s all over

This time on Thursday, Plotting for Grown-ups will be launched and my family will have dispersed, and this is what I’m going to do:

  • Mend my beloved denim dungarees that I wear for gardening
  • Fettle the garden
  • Put a new patch on the elbow of my cashmere hoodie
  • Practice my sax
  • Join a local amateur jazz band just starting up (I am so honoured to be invited…although…they haven’t heard me play yet)
  • Have loads more walks with Dave down to Hassop Station I have managed lately
  • See my friends more often
  • Go out to lunch with Zoe


  • Tidy my desk
  • Read and learn from Cut to the Chase – a book about writing screenplays
  • Get out my patchwork, that I dismantled last winter because the design was crap
  • Pack for my trip to see the chundies in San Francisco


Photo by their Dad @isaach

In case you have missed all announcements thus far:

You’re invited to the launch of Plotting for Grown-ups at Hassop Station on Tuesday 24th September at 7 p.m. I will be there and so will Jane, but if you’re hoping to meet Dave/Gus/Sol/Richard you’ll be disappointed.

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