Do you want to listen to me ramble about the mental health system, humour, people with marmalade on their faces and then completely going blank and saying, “Um” a lot on BBC Radio Berkshire? Of course you do! Skip forward two hours:
This was part of Berkshire’s mental health week, which was also part of the comedy night. You can listen again to Monday and Tuesday’s segments on the website; tomorrow’s, if you like, is about friends and family. Today it was me, warm-voice lovely occupational therapist James and huge-laughed want-to-curl-up-in-her-pocket she’s so friendly Polly talking about the mental health system. Have a listen, should you want to. Should you not want to GET OUT OF MY HOUSE.
I’m really glad I was involved. I also met a ginger cat at Reading station. A very urbanised ginger cat. And Paddington needs to stop having brass knobs in the floor that look like £2 coins to people who are tired, broke and not wearing their glasses so that I don’t bend down, try to scrape it up and then get kneed in the arse and knocked into an escalator at rush hour. In my defence, I was dying for a drink of something and didn’t have any cash on me.
Because I have no idea how to end this entry, here’s an artists’ impression of the ginger cat.
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