bichoose (bichoose) wrote,
bichoose
bichoose

Tuesday 30th June 2020.

And so i have arrived to the last day of June 2020, without going insane,falling into winter's melancholy madness or riding on the back of a pink elephant or catching up with my minds mentor The Last Samurai...i have drifted through the days waiting in childish hope that the IT Virus has been captured in a childish lucky bag thus sent to the orbs of hell, where not even a wicked witch can paw at with her wrinkled nails, making  the Media arch up in such a splutter they are a loss for words as the daliy newspapers froth a front page blank, for they have no sorrowful news filled with words that treat us as children and is no more pouring sorrow over the world.
I have perhaps eaten far to many sausage and bean pies from the pound shop in Merseyway Stockport either because the Fun Bus roundabout is still boarded up or the lady whom serves me the pies has a wide smile with breasts to sigh over with an after thought i'd like a pair myself...
I did not buy a red dress i have been staring at during June because i kept thinking always tomorrow alas the red dress is no longer in the front window and none in stock....which is typical me...
I have not ridden on a public bus simply because i really do not want to wear a mask and i am beginning to miss the feeling of riding through the Manchester Basin on a top deck watching the world go by...so some deep thought in July.
I did get called a young man by a gentleman older than myself, which always makes me smile, so there has been a some nice smiles and the word Hope is still strong in my mind for the coming month..with the idea of the month of July becoming a free month from the BBC news...i have tried for a week in June but failed greatly...therefore there is only onwards and upwards...fingers crossed.
In the meantime love and peace to all whom pass this way take care and may July be good for all....So Goeth..X
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