the disco comes home

i was working from home today and to my surprise a man arrived at my window.
why was it a surprise you ask ? well, it’s because my office at home is upstairs.
how can he hear my thoughts you ask again ? i cannot answer that question without revealing secrets, sorry
meanwhile, outside my house there was loud dance music and a familiar flashing orange light. i looked again and the man outside my window was in a basket.
“my Lord”, i cried, (displaying a rare use of a capital letter) and ran outside with esther and kezia to show them the mobile disco which had pulled up outside our house. the exact same sort i had seen yesterday.
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this picture, taken outside our front door, appeals to me from a gravitational pull point of view. the man (who is actually cleaning the street lights and checking the bulbs despite none of them being broken) is dangling over the pavement whilst his van is parked on the other side of the street. he’s chosen to hover over some parked cars for dramatic effect.
i may tell you a bit more about street lightbulbs in a moment … (and so i did)

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