A weekend of Joy1 min read

Last Friday we didn’t have 21 because of the Joy event happening on Saturday. As Laura was coming up for the weekend, we invited her and AJ round for dinner (Jen was working unfortunately) and we had a nice evening together.

On Saturday we went shopping in the morning, then in the afternoon did a few bits and pieces that needed doing. Then we headed over to Fordham for the Joy event. I spent most of the first half of the evening DJing – it was great fun! I was using someone else’s CD decks and my old 90s and noughties trance CDs. I think people generally appreciated it (particularly the leaders of about my age!), and it was great fun to be back on the decks again. Anyway, the rest of the evening went pretty well too – AJ did a good talk, and I think people looked like they were having fun!

Anyway. On Sunday we went to church in the morning, and then afterwards headed over for the Cansdale’s leaving do. They had a hog roast, it was brilliant! And made me anticipate the beer festival coming up in a couple of weeks 😉 After that we headed out to Sunday@6, and after that came back home and caught up with this week’s Doctor Who.

I have to admit, I didn’t like this week’s Doctor Who quite so much. It was written by Matthew Graham (half of the team behind Life on Mars / Ashes to Ashes), and unfortunately I just couldn’t really get into it. The plot was good but it just seemed a bit random and disconnected to me. I couldn’t quite get into the story. It kind of reminded me of how my mind sometimes goes when I’m excited: flitting between different things without any particular connection between them. (I can’t be the only one who does that… Please tell me I’m not the only one who does that 😉

Anyway. There you have it. That was our weekend! The only thing remaining for me to say is that we now have a house for next year! I rang up the Estate Agents earlier and paid our holding deposit. So that’s exciting 🙂 More on that story later…

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