A belated TGIF. I was busy over the weekend so didn't have the time to put fingers to keyboard.
On Saturday I once again put my trust in my hairdresser to work her magic. I had my hair coloured red with some blonde highlights thrown in for good measure. I also had my hair cut a bit shorter than normal. Once again Lou worked her magic and we were both happy with the result.
I'm grateful to the woman who gave me directions back to Yeovil on Sunday. I'd gone out for what should have been an hour and a half bike ride. Heading towards Crewkerne, I decided to take a back route towards Yeovil. Finding myself on the main Crewkerne to Yeovil road I chose a side road so that I'd have a quieter route to ride. Heading towards West Chinnock and Chiselborough I quickly found myself at a T-junction with not indications of which way to go. Fortunately, a lady came out of her house as I was trying to figure out which way to go. After asking for directions I headed back, initially on foot, but eventually on two wheels towards home.
In the end my bike ride took me almost 2 hours but I enjoyed being out in the countryside so it was a nice 2 hours.
Watching friends practice troupe routines for our up and coming show at Home Farm Festival inspires me. I'm so lucky to have some amazingly, supportive women as friends.
The two days that we spent at work marking IDAHOBIT (International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia) were a lot of fun. Dressing up in colourful leggings, as well as tee-shirts, boots and earrings was different to my normal work attire.