Right. Fed up with hearing about the Parliamentary antics and have elected to spend tonight at the theatre after a pleasant steak dinner. An online booking, a skip and a jump on the tube and we’re forgetting all our cares for a couple of hours.
It doesn’t help that all the news, both personal and public, has been unpleasant to say the least. From Elderly Friends dementia to the near-equally eccentric behaviour of the UK Speaker of the House of Commons, I am forced to ask myself, is there an epidemic?
It would explain a lot….
Update: well, we had a jolly fine time at the Garrick watching ‘Noises off!’ with some very polished slapstick routines which had the audience roaring. Recommended. We even got free ticket upgrades.
Boris Johnson won his vote on the current Brexit deal by a larger margin than predicted and the comments threads in the FT are more full of pro-EU comment trolls than usual. Including those praising Barnier as the person who has been tasked with ‘repairing’ the relationship between the UK and EU. Delusional, much? Hey he’s 68. It’s a retirement job. The likelihood of him ‘achieving’ anything are as remote as the nearest quantum black hole.
Tomorrow I am signed up on a short basic butchery class. Will try not to remove any of my own bodily particles as part of the learning process.
The only blot on the horizon was seeing Trudeau get re-elected. Although on the bright side he’s only got a minority government so I hope he won’t be able to do too much more damage to the Canadian economy.