Wednesday, 17 August 2011

waving to strangers from a train

a ten minute ride on a seaside toy town train

with 3 little kids behind me

shouting and waving hello

was the complete antidote for




riots in our streets

everyone smiled and waved back



even the crack heads under the bush shelter

it was the best £1.75 i have spent in a long time

and i'm gonna make it my business to travel

toy town

more often it occured to me that blogging is a bit like waving to strangers from a train






lynne h said...

and i'm waving back!! jeez, that train is sweet and looks to be the perfect antidote to just about ANYthing. xoxo

Carole said...

me too! Hellooooooo! (giggling to herself)

Anonymous said...

I love the lack of inhibition kids have..

it reminds us we are too grown up


Waving back,..

Anonymous said...

fun is so important in life - no matter what form it takes - so glad you are having some

waving back - both arms above my head !

e said...

Waving back and cheering you on for having fun!

Monica {bohemian twilight} said...

*new visitor waving back* :)

Sherry Smyth said...

aaaww...waving back!!! can you see me??? I tell you time spent around children is some of the best time to be had!!

Life of Cattoo said...

Hello and waving back! :-)

Lynda Howells said...

waving back to you..that wasn't Jersey in Channnel Islands was it? looks familiar?xxglad you had fun!xx

Claire said...


wanda miller said...

waving back and blowing kisses as well...go go go xoxo

Maki said...

this is turuly the nicest blog post i have read. xm

Parabolic Muse said...

This is one of the sweetest posts I've seen in a long time.

That kind of outing really IS a wonderful respite from the icky parts.

notmassproduced said...

hey folks...thanks for waving...Linda it is bridlington,,but i would love to visit jersey :)

WrightStuff said...

I walked round Tesco the other day with an inane smile of my face. No end of people smiled back. It felt great!!

Here's a cheery wave from this end back to you!!