in central London.
The lights went out while I was mid-brocoli - I guessed that this must be normal in austerity-ridden London.
We carried on talking and the waiter said that coffee would be impossible because there was a fire on
The streets around the cafe were jammed so I walked halfway to Crouch End then got on a bus. A well-dressed woman with a bouncy talkative child sat across from me - after 10 minutes of noisy bouncing the child slumped against her mother and said
you know my life's not in a good place at the moment
Back in Crouch End the cat is waiting for me
I haven't got the body language yet, he doesn't much like being picked up or sitting on my lap but I can tell he wants something - he keeps sitting under my chair and then he comes out and fixes me with a look.
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