Eleanor Blair (lnr) wrote,
Eleanor Blair

This evening

August came round for a coffee after work. Only 45 mins or so together but lovely just to sit and talk and hug and not stress for a change. Wish it could be longer. Then dashed off to meet Tom and rjk at the swimming pool and had a nice swim for an hour, without apparently dyeing the water pink, which is good. Swam a few lengths, faster than I'd expected, discovered I can still do half a length entirely underwater, had more success with handstands than Tom, and generally had a good time. Coffee and a chat afterwards then home to geek for a bit, dinner, and then to the Carlton in time to catch a drink.

The SGO crowd seemed to be mostly outside so I came over to join them, and it wasn't until I popped into the loo and stuck my head in the bar to see if anyone else was around that I realised Jan and August were inside and stopped for a pleasant chat and some kisses. Brought back a hug for Sion and had time for a talk with the others as it got increasingly cold. There were some very unhappy looking people towards the end though, but I didn't think there was likely to be anything I could do to help so I came home. Now I'm fretting as to whether people are OK but will try to sleep.

Best guess for tomorrow is probably something involving B5, then pub, then party and skipping Slimelight as too tired, but we shall see.

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