A Night on Brighton Beach – D-Day Begins

Friday was a lazy day filled with researching companies and watching bad movies. Eventually I decided to treat myself to a night out to dinner, but that seemed to solitary. I asked Fi if she wanted to take our Country Manor, a £5 Sainsbury wine, and go to the beach to watch the sun go down. She agreed and we headed out.

It was 8 p.m. July 2 when D-Day commenced on Brighton Beach. The soliders were armed with guns and were prepared to use them. The solider in the yellow is the leader.

It was a beautiful dusk on the beach.  There were multiple groups of kids sitting in groups on the beach, parents had taken their babies to the beach and were sporting strollers, and children who were clearly underage were trying to hide their drinking from the beach patrol.

Fi and I had a great discussion about past times, our futures and everything else that has and will happen in between. It was a very nice, quiet night, and I watched A Brave New World, a movie I highly recommend you see and a book Fi recommends you read.


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2 Responses to A Night on Brighton Beach – D-Day Begins

  1. Anna says:

    I think AP English at Moreau had to read that book. I heard it was weird. And a bit disturbing.

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