On finding myself as a Belisha beacon at the start of the day I waited until the traffic had gone and it was safe to cross the road. I met my sister on a golden bough (she had just got off an ivy stem with her five legged friend) and we drove to town in tandem wheel barrows - I pointed out the smoke from a distant chimney and she showed me a picture of a chimpanzee on her wristwatch. I met June moonlighting as a lamp post and then met my father who was in the process of making a pet out of his beard: he said that some beards will bite and then fed a biscuit to the wild animal on the top of his head. We went for a meal in the upper atmosphere of what I assumed was the Earth but it could have been a similar planet on the far side of our galaxy. I saw the flowers in the sky again.