Firstly thank you so much to everyone who sponsored me on the walk for michael sobell house, in total everyone on the walk made a total of around £48,000!
This is me and my dad, he was one of the men chaperoning the 'ladies of the night' walk. We made him wear this predator on a hen night esque head piece.
I wore this flashing ring for safety purposes obviously.
Today I went for lunch at Franze & Evans on Redchurch Street. It was so delicious!! I would strongly recommend going there. The lady bakes all these amazing cakes herself and makes fresh tasty salads, they make cake out of polenta too so it's good for the wheat free brady bunch.
I really want the lovely lady baker to be my wife. She would bake me such delicious treats and I could nuzzle into her by the fire.
I also met this cat in a lovely little shop called Caravan also on Redchurch street
They sold dainty/cute/nice things like this
So I got a new night light
Fluffy was chewing the tissue paper it was wrapped in all day and she had made several attempts to drag it into her cage throughout the day, so when I saw this I thought it was normal...
It turns out there was actually a little piece of selotape accidentally left on the paper that had stuck to her ear! Poor fluffy. So cute though. She's free of tissue paper and selotape now though so don't worry.
Couple of last things, I went into rough trade (initally to buy polarloid film cause I'd just bought a "talking polaroid" camera, yes talking! you can record little messages for when you pull the trigger, so damn 80's) anyway I always end up buying too many records when I'm in there because I get over excited, 2 I would recommend are the new Comet Gain (Ryan produced a bunch of tracks on this one) and the debut from a friend of mine Hollie Cook I'm really excited to hear it.
Lastly to wrap up a lovely day I did an impromptu gig with badger an old friend of mine in spitalfields market