Saturday was a full on day of shows and family fun. Up until it got late and I had way to much Prosecco for the day. Now I’m the one normally drinking less or none now these days sense I believe in adults taking responsibility for their kids welfare and safety. So coming home less steady and more dizzy was not just a new experience for my kids to see ( Who thought it was the best joke of the century) And for all you besserwizzers out there, their dad was there sober and responsible) I was dancing and having a jolly good time and luckily it didn’t hit my head until late late late. Then I was in agony.
Back home, kids in bed ZZZZZzz and me crying feeling horrible. Dizzy and uncontrollable feeling I hated it so that wont happen in the first again. REALLY why does people want to feel unsteady, dizzy and free to be slaved by a drug? I am not judging others but clearly it is not my thing, b rrrr.
I used to love tequila and buzzed around energetically not bothered if I had a drink or not/ I guess living with fibromyalgia has made me more keen on not putting the body and mind under unnecessary press like alcohol, stress,grumpiness and negative behaviour in people.
(Needless to say that my headache the day after was well deserved)
Any how more fun was most of the day, that was just the last hour before the fire works.
Brightfest was great fun. Its a small festival run mainly by the local heroes of Brightwell-cum-Sotwell for Charities, but its full of awesome bands, helpful volunteers and humans attending that has the genuine festival spirit and heart of gold. So if you happen to be around next year for their next event it is very much worth a visit. And yo… Its child friendly and goes on for a whole day. Adding to the greatness was all the superb company..