My big brother mark was over this weekend. he and Kat came over from Paris with my parents last Thursday, who were in France giving dads new car a proper test drive. It had been ages since I’d last seen them, and truth be told I didn’t see too much of them this time, as they had a wedding to go to on Saturday afternoon. Luke was also supposed to be home, but he had work to do, which meant he stayed in London.
As for myself, I just pottered around the house, talking to Lyn and making occasional demands for beer. It was ideal weather for a barbecue but mum, being mum, had other plans. I also voted, by post. Who I voted for is my business, but it was neither labour nor the conservatives. Personally, I’m fed up with politics in general and like many people think we need a general election, or – even better – a revolution! I have very little confidence in any member of parliament.
Other than that, and the fact I watched some tennis (go Murry!) that’s about it. It was quite a good weekend. I’m still not sure who won Britain’s got talent, but I’m hoping it was Diversity – the street dance guys – for they were awesome. My eyebrow was raised at the Scottish singer, though – does anyone else suspect she has mild Down’s /Syndrome, as my dad posited.