God save the Queen!



So I went to see the Queen come yesterday. I tried to take a picture but all I got was the back of her head in a car from 300 yards away. Yes, there she is under the hat! Thousands of people lined the streets and she went by most of them in less than a second. After recent terrorist events the actual cathedral was a no go area for the general public and armed police and vans made sure you could not even go down the lane the cathedral was on. At one end they would not even let you stand for too long as if you were going to get out a sniper rifle at any moment even though she was never even visible as the car stopped at the doorway to the cathedral round the corner. Well she is 91 so she does not want to walk too much any more and is probably getting to old for this kind of thing.

In other news I have been feeling better again. Unfortunately we had new neighbours move in next door who seem to live in the garden most of the time(which puts me off going and sitting in mine) and only go inside to slam doors VERY LOUDLY every 10 minutes until bedtime. I know its only their first week but the neighbours from hell looks likely.  They also have a dog they let bark for as long as it wants 10 times a day and two small screaming children. All they need is to start playing the drums and we have lift off. Well it looks as if trying to start peaceful meditation is non starter. I did want to sit in the garden in the evenings now the clocks have changed and it does not get dark until later. Its too noisy most of the time to even read a book now.


Author: klodo

I am male,English and have had social anxiety since I started school at 5 years of age. I like photography, walking, wildlife, history and moaning.........CONSTANTLY! Oh you must stop being so negative! Shut up! NOW WITH ADDED DEPRESSION!

2 thoughts on “God save the Queen!”

  1. Goodness, the nonstop barking dog next door is a nightmare I know all too well. Before my former next door neighbor moved away, she had two dogs that would bark at literally any passing person or any sound they’d hear. I didn’t blame the dogs, though it pissed me off many a time that their barking was such an obvious issue but the owner couldn’t be bothered to fix the behavior by at least taking them to obedience classes or something.

    1. Yes, not only are these people oblivious to the anxiety and irritation they cause others but they just dont seem to even be aware. Perhaps they were just brought up badly or even get some thrill out of it.

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