This week’s words: Jealous Junk Jettison Jaded (since we used this word last time you can alternately use Jumble Jollification (n)). merry making) Jeopardize Jackassery Joint Jittery Jostle Journey Joyride
The holiday had been a journey to remember.
Not always a joyride but pleasant all the same.
At no point did we have to jostle with crowds, though there were a few but they were polite and knew to stand aside when we were about, or at least it seemed that way.
I did get a bit jittery when we arrived, as I was concerned about finding a car park close by to where we were headed. But through sheer luck we found a park in front of the joint we were going to, and so there seemed little that was going to jeopardise our holiday.
Not even the jackassery behaviour of a few drunken lads, whom I felt sure, would wake up the next morning as big a jackasses as they were the previous morning, could dampen our fun.
I have to say though that I was jealous of the talent we saw. The band who played were all experienced musicians, there was noting jaded about their playing, the energy they jettisoned into the audience was memorable, to say the least. It was their commitment to their playing that added so much to the jollification of the day.
Being on holiday meant I had an urge to buy something as a memento of the event and our time away. I bought a t-towel, a piece of junk you might say but for me, it was something I could later add to the towns jumble sale the next week.
Our journey ended with our return home, a long trip through the hottest part of the day, thank goodness for air con in the car.