Being able to be naked and not care at all about who sees you must be great. Jaycee Junior is learning the art of undressing and dressing and he decided to give it a go at Peace in the Park in Light Square yesterday. The band GT Stringer played and after they finished a DJ played some dancin’ tunes. Jaycee Junior decided he was going to have a dance on the wooden dance floor they had provided and was soon joined by his peers (all girls). He must have then thought that this is great I’ll get my gear off so he pulled down his pants and undies and lifted his top up. With the belly sticking out he stood there as proud as punch baring his all. I was sitting nearby cringing and laughing at the same time, knowing it was futile to go and do something about covering him up because I’d just probably embarrass myself and people can get away with dropping their dacks when they’re three years old. A friend had her digital camera there so I will hopefully get hold of a copy of the photos she took to put up on his website for embarrassment in years to come.
Spring is finally here. It was 26 degrees celcius today and it makes such a difference to my outlook having this inbetween cold and hot weather. My orange blossoms are out so I have that lovely smell around my house for as long as they last. In the last couple of years since I’ve had my own house and have been planting some plants I’ve become more aware of the changing seasons and what happens when and at the beginning of September the orange tree blossoms. It’s just gorgeous.
I had an exciting day today because I went to buy PJ Harvey’s new CD, Uh Huh Her, and right near the CD shop I bought it from was a ticket outlet so I thought I’d go and ask how much her tickets were for her upcoming concert. It’s been advertised that her tickets go on sale next Tuesday but much to my excitement I was able to buy a ticket today. So I spent nearly $100 on PJ Harvey today. The last proper concert I went to (and by proper concert I mean more than $10-20) was Gomez four years ago. I haven’t listened to the new CD properly yet but if it’s anywhere near as good as Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea I will be very happy.