It’s really nice here. I’m sitting with my book and a beer, watching rabbits and squirrels.
It’s just a shame that the circumstances weren’t different.
After three days at Glastonbury, then yesterday and today in Peterborough, with the worst ever 3G reception, it’s rest to discover that this campsite has pretty good wifi. It’s just a shame it took me a day and a half to notice.
At what’s turned into a pretty horrible time, it’s reassuring how nice some people can be. But times like this also bring out the selfish, self centred characteristics in others. I’ve completely lost faith in a few people I’d believed to be decent.
If there was a god, he/she/they is a bastard.
I’ve never felt so useless in my whole fucking life.
I should mention that I’m currently in Peterborough, having left Glastonbury this morning. It’s a very sad, emotional time right now and we needed to be here.
Despite thunderstorms, mud and sunburn, Glastonbury’s an amazing experience. A couple of pictures, delayed due a pretty awful 3G signal; our hire van, which we now love very much, our campsite and an evening view of the Pyramid stage (while Elbow were playing.
I have pictures taken with a real camera; these may follow when I’m home.