Helen (heleninwales) wrote,

We're all going on the march tomorrow!

I must apologise for lack of engagement here, but Brexit is eating my life. I suppose if I was still working full-time, I'd have to push it to the back of my mind, but I'm retired and thus keep obsessively following every twist and turn.

Most people are just carrying on oblivious to what's happening, which doesn't help because it makes me feel like a character in one of those horror movies where evil demons are breaking through from another dimension but only a chosen few can see them. I'm sure people will tell me not to worry and it'll all work out OK in the end, but right now things seem to be heading for disaster. One problem is that the party that's supposed to oppose the government is, instead, gleefully backing them all the way. :(

Anyway, I do what I can to support fellow anti-Brexit campaigners, I donate to what I think are useful activities, like the "Bollocks to Brexit" stickers being handed out to young people at music festivals around the country and the SODEM permanent protest outside parliament. And tomorrow we'll be marching again with the demand for a People's Vote on the final deal. Possibly clutching at straws, but who knows?

I have my EU flag, EU hairband and I've sewn my own stars onto a blue t-shirt.

EU stars

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