This week is also a bit mental as I've got a fair bit on, I'm off to 'Jolly old' Henley
1.Talking to people while holding my head up
2.Trying to focus on objects.
I will also try not to eat too much which pretty much removes all potential enjoyment, dare I say that since the implosion of my eyesight I can't even enjoy a spot of 'window shopping' and enjoy the myriad beautiful girls
Anyway, expect to hear back about that but while it's still vaguely fresh in my mind, now seems as good a time as any to talk about my trip to Wembley Arena last night to see spoof 70s Rockers Spinal Tap.
The Tap performance started in true Tap style with a voice coming across a tannoy 'Spinal Tap to the stage' implying they were lost backstage (like had once happened in the film). Cut to a video feed on the huge onstage screen of the lead singer, David St Hubbins
Oh, and while I'm here I have some tragic news that I'm not sure if I can even share. In conversation with old mate and legend Ian Betts,
The DJ lifestyle is simply not compatible with having a family and being a father
Damn, those were great days which we were all lucky to have. Memories are nice to have,