is on on BBC2 on Tuesdays at 9. I’ve probably said something about it already, but I’m glad to see the boys. I always am. I wish they’d done Sir Digby Chicken Caesar instead of Hennimore but apart from that, its good. Dad hates the moody parents (Rob, his wife Abi and their daughter Esme) but because it’s life and art melding into one, I think its funny.
tomorrow to see the state rooms at Buckingham Palace, and then to see Westminster Cathedral. I’ve been to most of the royal residences except Buck House, and although I’ve seen Westminster Cathedral on TV, I’ve never been there. Really looking forward to it. Just hope I can stay awake. I’ve been doing a lot of sleeping! Got to feed next door’s cats before we go, as they’ve gone away for a short break. Will definitely blog about the visit…and probably about the cats too!
was on August 8th. Despite so many people being on holiday (which is why I’ve only had a handful of birthday parties in my entire life), we got a great turnout. Food and DJ were great, and everyone seemed to really enjoy themselves. It was fantastic to see everyone, and quite humbling too. I asked for money that could donate to chosen charities rather than presents. I did get lovely presents from people, and also some money…£300! I am still in shock, as it means I will give £100 each to three charities. I had hoped I would be able to help my sponsor child in Armenia and his community, but did not expect to get enough. I have, and I’m amazed by everyone’s kindness and genorosity!
was on August 3rd, like Sir Terry Wogan. It was a lazy day, but I went out to the pub in the evening with some friends. The previous Saturday one of my colleagues had got married. She looked amazing, and I was very proud of her. The one thing I did do on my birthday was to deliver some leaflets for my church around my estate. I can officially say that I felt no different. I have been saying since I was 19 that I was neither mature enough nor responsible enough to be the age that I was. That definitely won’t change.