The wonderful view I had looking out my car windscreen
Now because it was a quick dash to the best fish n chip shop that makes battered Bluff Oysters worth salivating over (5 minute drive each direction) and the wait inside is longer, I thought it would be safe to do the dash without getting dolled up to go out. Comb of the hair, bleary eyes, forget any jewellery, footwear - nothing special. You get my drift. Except as always happens when I decide to do a dull wear dash - I bump into a customer. Inside the Fish n Chip shop. I didn't even see her until I hear the stomach dropping words 'Hello Irene'. I cast a glance and there she is - in all her resplendent glory. Perfect make up, perfect hair, perfect clothes - accessorised just perfect. A perfect vision - and as for me? Leggings, big thick hoody and looking the total opposite. In a Fish n Chip shop.
But I did end up with a damned good lunch