Monday, February 13, 2006
Saturday was my first tutorial for my law course this year, so I had to go into central London for that. Last year's tutorials were at 7-9 in the evenings so it took quite a long time to get there, and that's all I really had to base what time I should leave on Saturday morning. Well, whatever I get there really, really early. Too early for me to go inside and wait, so I ended up in Regents Park on a bench. There I was, reading 'Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle-stop Cafe' with Sheryl Crow's 'I Shall Believe' going around in my head, and birds chirping around me, with an occasional jogger but mostly peace and quiet. It was cold on that bench and my hands were getting all red from the wind, but it was a really nice way to start the morning.