March was a terrible, terrible month. I think I did a fairly good job of hiding how terrible it was.
I did manage to complete the #FMSPhotoaday challenge though, and am continuing it for April. I know that you’re obviously dying to see my pictures, so show and tell them I shall. Or, the best ones anyway.
#somethingborrowed … the last page of a book I borrowed from the library. It was sad, and they’ve made it into a film. I’m in two minds about going to see it.
#faraway … waiting for the bus after work; it’s a long way away, under the bridge.
#cropped … my feet, in one of my favourite places.
#weathertoday … it was overcast but spring-y.
#soft … Qyzy, my beautiful boy cat (who has softer fur than Dora, who is much less annoying.)
#morning … at the antique fair, where we stumbled upon them filming for Bargain Hunt again. They did lots of running around for seemingly no reason.
#nostalgia … Sindy was my favourite toy as an ickle-thing, so now I source her out at antique fairs. And not forgetting the Enid Blyton Dean & Son Ltd. books in the background, of course.
#sticky … I wrote my Blokey a post-it note and left it on his ‘current mood’ thingy, because I am lovely.
We also took a trip to London to watch our beloved (not very good) football team win the FA Trophy in a match with a lesser known (and even more not very good) team. Notice how two not very good teams are unable to fill Wembley Stadium … *grin* (It was an amazing atmosphere though, even with only 20,000 people making a small dent in a stadium built for 80,000!)
My first view of Wembley, from the tube station.
Just outside, drinking extortionately priced tea and enjoying the blue sky.
The supporters go wild!
We won! So much applause!
That was March.