John loved Bobby Dylan… he remembered the words and at times he got them in the right order ( John not Bob ) , plus all the wonderful hospitality at the intimate little O2. Bob ended on ‘Blowing in the Wind ‘ – one of Rosie’s favourite songs , and played on 6th Jan. It was heartbreaking for John , yet good he played it – i know as a family we have murdered it, while singing along to the best of Bob Dylan whist driving back from Spain.
Emma pulled out all the stops, treating me to lunch and the best seats in the house for ‘La Cage aux folles ‘ I was touched by a man in a thong ( no Bob Dylan hadnt gone to the wrong venue ) and was so close to Graham Norton , I could’ve plucked his nose hair ( in preparation for tonights awards ceremony ). I want you all to go and download the lyrics to the song ”the best of times is now ” and make them your mantra. I know Rosie lived by those words.
Enjoy the sunshine.