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Some days are harder than others, when I stop to think about the family, hearing things I am missing, seeing them upset etc but then knowing how well Heath is coping, seeing their smiley faces and hearing about the exciting things they are doing etc let's me know that even though they are missing me to that they are fine. It has been hard not chatting to mum/Nan/Amelia etc all the time, you don't realise until they are not right there how much you miss them.
... and get stuck in a loop so they must put the tricks right to remove the previous hour of illusion from ever happening.
Next is the Famous Spiegletent to watch La Clique, a cabaret of music, dance, magic and burlesque, comedy and colourful talent and cheekiness.
Just how the naked woman makes the handkerchief disappear into her fist each time is beyond me!
Over the next few days I have a whirlwind of average free comedy some ...
... a lot. I would've paid to see him. ***
Next was John Robins. He had an excellent season last year, shame this year isn't going to be as good. The material and delivery were a bit meh... As he said in his preamble, being happy isn't very funny, and he wasn't very funny. Still, we laughed a little, but I would not recommend this show. **
On our adventures, we saw the Umbilical Brothers chatting to Brendon Burns, Felicity Ward walking to somewhere ...
... derro hang out, we walked a bit faster through these areas. As I said to Cammy, I havent felt that scared for ages, even in the congo! We did manage to find some really cute restaurants and bars and we had one amazing night out with the Katy tech crew and then dancer crew. A lot of bubbles were consumed and some great dancing (on my part) occured in a basement club to Let It Go. Suprised i wasnt offered a job dancing with katy to be honest.
The few days in ...
... up. Logan and I looked like wet cats with soaked hair plastered to the sides of our faces, soaking wet jeans and wet shoes. We now understood why every Scot in the area wore rain boots...all the time! It was also a strange hour, too early for dinner, too late for tea, didn't make sense to track down the car and check into the hotel to only leave again to grab food, so what better option...find a pub! We continued to strike out on places to drink ...