In the States, today is Thanksgiving day; depending on who you ask it’s either a day to commemorate when the Pilgrims survived the vagaries of New England despite their ignorance and arrogance with considerable help from some of the indigenous folks (who would come to regret that kindness), or it’s a day to stuff yourself comatose with all kinds of foods and watch sporting events while ignoring endless family arguments.
Okay, it’s also a day to show you’re grateful and give thanks, so while I’m grateful for all the friends I’m featuring in Know-vember (and all the ones who didn’t let me feature them here >_<) I am especially grateful for this friend. He’s why I’ll be going back to Scotland for my birthday and Xmas, too. Here’s a very sweet picture of Mark with his son Allan.
3. Where in the world do you live?
4. What’s a great night out for you?Good company, something nice to eat, a few drinks and some live music. Pretty much the perfect evening.
5. What’s a great night in?A little drink perhaps. Nice cozy up on the sofa with a decent film on the telly and a really nice cozy in bed just to finish the night.
6. If you were offered an all expenses paid trip anywhere in the world, where would you go?
8. What movie makes you cry?Oh dear, this question should have a subtitle of ‘guilty pleasures’; I am a sucker for a RomCom. Bits of Notting Hill have been known to have the old tear ducts in use. My god did I just admit to that? [Ed: yes, yes, you did o_O] ET had me in floods of tears as did the child catcher in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
9. What makes you laugh? Ah, now we are talking. In no particular order as it would change pretty much on a daily basis. The genius of Peter Cook, Tony Hancock, Sid James, The Goons, The Goodies, Monty Python, Tommy Cooper, Eddie Izzard and Kenneth Williams. Oh and of course, Steptoe and Son.
Not any more as I have invited them all into the house along with the little people.
Good plan 🙂 Thanks, sweetie.