Cricket in Vincent Square
I like the “don’t squeeze me until I’m yours” sign on … the muffins in a cafe. Makes me want to squeeze them even more.
I like the white uniforms of the cricket players playing the game around the corner where I live.
I like the sharpdressed men walking to work in the morning in their suits … on sneakers.
I like the posh women walking to work in the morning in their suits on … sneakers. I am not making this up, I meet them every day. It must be a transportation thing. Using the underground in London makes you walk, and I guess that poshy shoes are too uncomfortable to walk on if you need to walk long.
I like that they wear sneakers, this means that I somehow fit in, wearing sneakers most of the time myself.
I like the free Observer Book of Film with today’s newspaper. Did you know that both France and Italy produce more films per year than the UK? And that India by far produces most films in the world per year (the US is number 4 on the list, the UK number 11).
I like having seen Pirates for the 6th time today. I like being a cine-maniac.
I like to like things, and I hope to like my new job. I start tomorrow, and yes I am a tad nervous.
What do you like?