We’re on our way to Paris on the train! So at least I don’t have to get on a plane. I’m writing this on my phone so there won’t be much of an update until I’m back. Sorry 🙂
I’m not sure if I’m getting much work done at the PR company, what with spying on Ellie and Geoff! But today Ellie was wearing not much more than a shirt. I mean, it was like a large, black shirt, so it was sort of enough to be a skirt but only just, and thick black tights underneath. She flirted with Geoff a bit and I’m still not sure what he thinks of it. I told her it was a really nice dress and was hoping she’d admit it really was just a shirt, because it so looked like one, but she just said “thanks”.
I was too excited to focus on much in the afternoon when I got back to the office, but I’m all packed and ready for tomorrow.
“One of the models seemed more interested in my reaction to the scene we were shooting than what was happening behind her.”
I had lunch with Ha today and asked her what she knew about Kieran’s plans, because he tells her everything (which I think is far too much sometimes). But either she didn’t know or wouldn’t let on.
She asked me again about the tape and handcuffs, and I said I still hadn’t tried them but might take them with me. She suggested that handcuffs might not be a good idea if we were going through an airport scanner, which was a good point!
I went to Pilates this evening and hopefully being tired will overcome excitement about Friday enough to go to sleep.
I don’t know whether I should feel excited or depressed about being twenty-seven next week, but taking that out of the equation I’m feeling excited about everything. Over the past two weeks I’ve had at least four more people see me naked who’d never even met me before! It’s quite addictive.
I flirted with the start-up guys today. It was a bit cooler than recently so I wore my jumper dress and tights. I know I have some stockings now, but I really can’t be bothered. Tights does mean underwear, though, so it’s a bit less dangerous than usual. But I do love the way the wool feels against my skin all the same.
“We had one way to make sure the national media took notice of us.”