Today I went to my city's show, which is kind of like a carnival and nothing whatsoever to do with television. I had a lot of fun, but it wasn't the completely carefree type of fun since I had to keep paying attention to all sorts of things, like putting a hat on if it was too sunny or noticing and doing something about when the music is too loud. It was nice to be out with friends, but having to think twice about doing everything was a little bit stressful.
I'd say the best bit of the day was the food. There were so many nice things on offer, with some food booths even handing out free samples! I had a lovely ice-cream after lunch, which had the most awesome smooth texture to go with the taste.
I only went on one ride, a roller coaster, mostly because that's the thing that the majority of my friends wanted to go on. Through that ride I've confirmed what I only suspected before: I don't like going on rides anymore. Rides are made to give you weird sensations, like dizziness when you're spinning or that falling feeling for the rides that go up and down. I just find that my brain simulates enough of those without any external aid so rides are hardly going to give me much joy.
I think today was fun mostly because I was able to meet up with friends that I haven't seen for ages. The thing is, I can do that anywhere so although it's something different that I don't regret doing, I don't think I'll be going to the show again.