(Today's blog music Blood on the Tracks/Bob Dylan).
Hooray for Friday. Thursday was pretty good but Friday should be better. Full steam ahead for the calmer waters of the week end (as if).
Good National Trust conversation yesterday, particularly the free car parking comments- I remember my late father making exactly the same point! We could have played so many good choices but enjoyed the ones we selected. Even Shaky. We were hoping to get to "Ramble On" for a little Led Zep but sadly ran out of time (a familiar story).
And thanks to Gilly for her "Itch" comments-a blogger with a proof copy and a word of encouragement. A potent mix.
A 2 show day of course and it is Steven Spielberg day first on 5 Live. The world's most successful director talks "Warhorse", films that make children cry and whether Jaws is about a shark or adultery. You might be surprised. Warhorse may well be more divisive than people expect. You may well cry buckets but you might not be moved at all. It is very episodic and with Richard Curtis writing the screenplay, 'War Actually' did occur to me more than once. But it is a must see film with some terrific performances, both equine and human.
Then to some wonderful tunes as selected by folk with more exciting weekends than me, but you go first! ARF needs YOU! Select at will, post below.
Have a tune-filled, toe-tapping, melody-humming Friday, see you after 2&5.