There are some very interesting facial expressions in the audience

Up, to the market to get vegetables, then to the supermarket to get breakfast, which is then eaten.
At 12-ish out to go to the VAC garden party, meeting up with Louise on the way and getting there a little later than originally intended, but never mind.
Sit around jamming for a bit, which is fun, then volunteer to kick the music off (Gravity, Learning to Crash, The Rest of Our Lives, Iodine), which I do, and it’s even more fun, at least for me.
After I’m done I set to indulging myself with the food and drink.
The music seems to split into three sets – the first one (where everyone’s together watching the performers), then during the second set we’re divided into enough people to fit into the tent in the torrential rain and the people in the kitchen, then for the third set we’re reconciled again. Which is nice.
Then we go round again. As I’ve indulged myself quite heavily I’m interested to know how it will go so I volunteer to play (My Bumper Book of Lies, River Rise, Little Games). I don’t remember any disasters, but then I wasn’t in the audience, and I’m sure they could give a different account. There are some very interesting facial expressions in the audience that I can’t quite parse.
After the music more indulgence and chatting and Patric gives me lift home, which is very handy.