Fun, Fun, Fun

Fun, Fun, Fun
Image: Pink Sherbet Photography

Busy, but miraculously short day at the office.

I met my wife for lunch. She collected me in the car and we took some sandwiches to a nice wee spot next to the Royal Botanical Gardens. While we were tucking into our chicken mayo ciabattas, we noticed a cameraman and a lady behind the car. It was Liz Monaghan from STV, the very same reporter who interviewed me coming out of the Sean Connery gig at the Edinburgh Book Festival a couple of years ago.

Excitement over and it was back to work. The afternoon slow and drizzly, I was tired from such an early start thanks to the extra work I had to do related to the call out the previous day.

The evening went as planned. I coated the four walls and ceiling of Gail’s new photographic studio then headed home for dinner about half past nine. It’s coming on well and it’s quite exciting to see the place develop into my wife’s dream.

Today is all about fun, fun, fun. I’m heading through to Glasgow later to spend the afternoon with my sister, grab a few bevvies then head into the Barrowlands to see Supergrass play. It’s their farewell tour so it promises to be outstanding. They’re a great band.

Until tomorrow—peace out!

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About Colin Galbraith

Thriller author, music fan, St Mirren fan, fluff chucker, rabbit tamer, outstanding fake faller. Loves cannoli.
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2 Responses to Fun, Fun, Fun

  1. Diane says:

    Enjoy Supergrass. Hard to believe they’re splitting up. They seem too young.

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