I managed to get to Bynamman cinema to see "What we did on our holiday" and at one point David Tennant gets wet, he does not compare to Colin Firth. The film is great fun, I started off by wanting to give them all a good slap and ended up wanting to laugh with them. Billy was his normal ebullient self and there are a couple of throw away lines that are directly related to his real life.
If you fancy a look go along, it is not the best film of that genre that I have seen but is well worth watching.
The cinema was funded by miners early last century and is lovely, a vast improvement on The Majestic in Lynn.
The weather was topsy turvy, the rain that should have lashed down all day came in the small hours and was all gone by 8, washing on the line in bright sun shine and a fairly chilly breeze by 10 and dried, ironed and aired before dinner.
We did have popcorn, toffee coated, from Lidl and just as good as Butterkist at less than half the price at 79p, we only ate half, the bag was stuffed full.
Parking was free and the journey was a 5 mile round trip, the tickets were £4 each so an evening out for less than £10 including petrol. We talked about having chips but really did not want them.
Ben was at home with a new bone and although pleased to see us back went straight back to his bone.
I had another disturbed night so had a lazy day, a load of washing dealt with and dinner. A little crochet, some reading and playing with Ben. I hope to have more energy tomorrow as I want to go to Carmarthen boot sale and pop into B&Q.
No pictures, I have no new ones today. All I have energy for now is tea and bed once Ben has had a quick walk.