I got to spend time with Oliver at the beginning of the month and he was mostly delightful. He explained adhesion to me “when two things stick together, like a nose and candyfloss”. He is a self confessed drama queen (a Dempsey for sure!) but also funny, curious and clever. This is his scary face.Breakfast for a week in July was this and it was amazingKindness from others, I nearly fainted on the Tube one morning and the girl who walked me to the Victoria Line train and gave me some water, by freaky co-incidence, lives in Fulham right next to where I used to live.
A weekend where all plans got cancelled lead to dinner at Ma’s (and fizz!)An appointment about my foot. It was a frustrating couple of hours but I’m still amazingly grateful for the NHS, which hopefully will survive in spite of the governments best efforts to destroy it.
Haircut. Last thing in July a much needed haircut. I can see through my fringe!