I’m sipping tea in the Arts Picture House and enjoying their very free internet. Nothing like cafe living! It’s a very calm place and I’m sitting at the back surveying the people and wondering if I can write something fantastic for the next Free Inkers meeting next week. The cafe is like a huge film lovers sponge. It absorbs people about 30 minutes before a film and then they are squeezed out into the dark screen filled rooms and the places is empty tabled and silent chaired for an hour or two. It’s the sort of place you meet people you know which gives it a lovely homely feel.

I met up with the Humanists at CB2 again for the Cappuccino Club which is now such a success. I found them inside among the bookshelves and had to face up to the official end of summer. I guess the leaves will be falling soon. I should get out and about with that camera of mine. I’m already making plans for the long winter. Having discovered that Tesco Clubcard vouchers can be used for Open University Level One courses I’m planning to sign up quick sticks. Just need to decide what to learn. If you’re bored I really recommend studying with the OU. Their course material is of a high quality and it’s much easier than you’d think to study on your own.

To ignore the November blues I’ve just signed up to do the National Novel Writing Month and so now I can’t wait for winter!

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