First shift done and dusted. I am quite knackered this morning and slept through until 6am, late for me. Now I'm mainlining tea like it's going out of fashion. Despite only a small sniff of alcohol and copious water intake I'm very dehydrated. It must be all that arm waving from directing traffic and dancing on a minor road in between times!
I'll write about my exploits in a hi-vis jacket tomorrow after my second shift as a Chagstock steward is over. The very delighful Debra and I have been assigned to traffic duty at 'The Junction', the entrance to the site. Ir should be an interesting one.
But today, I'll make it quick. As it's a festival weekend I've chosen some music Two bits actually. It might be a surprise to my regular readers that I'm a bit of a fan of Billy Joel. After all in the midst of all that indie folk he's a rather mainstream. But actually when I unpicked a bit it's really not surprising. For he tells a good yarn with incredible emotion. Anger, defiance and pathos are all there. It's not too dissimilar to a lot of the other stuff that I like.