I only had a few days in London, mainly to catch up on sleep. I did managed to book a train to Rochester from St Pancras for a day trip. The day before, I wandered down to the station to have a look. Just behind the busy station is a quiet area with an ancient church. Unexpectedly, there was Mary Wollestonecraft. Not sure who reads her ‘Vindication of the Rights Of Women’ anymore, but you’ve all seen her daughter’s work.
The next day I took the quick train to Rochester. The cathedral, second oldest in England, has long been on my to-do list.
I’m just reintroducing myself to the joys of blogging…. keeps me sane in the lockdown times.
Another prompt from Discover. “Song”. Hmmm…. should be easy… I invent tunes all day. Still… ‘song’ implies words… which means I’d have to unleash my singing voice. I’ve never been much of a lead singer, but I can manage backing vocals OK.
Here’s one I made earlier…. much earlier. First person to tell me the name of the film where Kirk Douglas takes his hands off the wheel of his little sportscar…. erm, gets a gold star.
I Gave Up….. J P Horsam & His Imaginary Friends. All music is subject copyright.
Obligatory photo… the amazing Jacques Coeur, awaiting a visitor in Bourges, France. This place is now in my bucket and I’m very happy.