Sunday was the 180th lunch party for Annabel, Rachel and Rose in Lewes. Lots of other relations there too, and the weather was wonderful, with a patio at the back of the hotel to enjoy […]
We decided that a weekend camping in the van was a bit silly after the morphine-fuelled week before, so got a B&B for the Saturday night before the 180th birthday party (my aunt Annabel, cousin […]
After the telescopes we went to Wandlebury, recommended by a guest at Damian’s party. It’s a Roman hill fort, with a Roman road running close by, and woods and paddocks and a house with a […]
Damian’s 60th birthday party was on Saturday, so we took the opportunity for the first camper weekend of the year and drove to Cambridge. Completely fortuitously the weather was totally stunning, and after a predictably […]
A viewing of the Matisse cutouts with Judith and Francis – such a treat to be able to see them without too many people there. They are wonderfully joyful – sets you up for the […]
How deeply undignified. It seems to be a temporary state for some Camden style festival, so I hope that next time I see them they will have reverted to their shiny black as befits cats […]
Barely recovered, it was off to Queensway for Rachel and Ricky’s birthday meal (again, dreadfully belated). All the appropriate items were on the menu and excellent evening was had by all.
It had been going to be a 100th birthday party (50 + 50, rather a long time ago), but Jane R and I never got round to it. So we decided we’d have a truly […]
The Martin Creed was such fun we decided to take Ricky. He loved MOTHERS, thought the explanation was very funny: ‘when you’re small your mother is always big. So it seemed like a good reason […]
… or at least, not as far as I know. Everything is upside down, including the For Sale sign.