…or maybe I don’t. Anyway, I can’t have it as it’s on sale in a shop I would never buy anything from. Whoever thought of that?
Archive | February, 2014
To the Royal Academy to see the Sensing Spaces exhibition. It’s a series of rooms in which different architects/architectural practices have been asked to explore the space. The lack of pretension and a complete absence […]
Dan and Em, as well as cooking a fantastic meal for us, presented me with this wonderful object. As I had to guess what it was for, everyone else will, too. And the Haitian music […]
Rachel took me to lunch at Little Bay in Kilburn for my birthday. Such a really lovely thing to do, and the flowers were wonderful.
On a brilliantly bright Sunday to Two Tree Island, one of the few places we’d not yet been to on the Essex coast out of London. It’s a bird sanctuary, has a knee-friendly path all […]
The 50th anniversary production of Joan Littlewood’s Oh What a Lovely War at Stratford East, with Tim and Jennie and Hannah. It’s a theatre we love, as much for its outside as its inside theatre […]
Our visits are somewhat sporadic, but I’m still getting a lot out of our life class in Hampstead. It really pays to go regularly, and I think so far I haven’t had one repeat of […]
It could almost be spring. Kenwood looking its absolute best in the sun… the ponds gleaming… everything perfect… It’s only when you look down that you remember it couldn’t. Not for quite a while yet, […]
With weather set to be fairly foul again, and the knee in need of a quietish day, we drove down to Dulwich to see the Hockney prints, which are as wonderful as they ever were. […]
Things to do with toothpicks 6 – from Liz (who else?). And she also brought plum wine, and Yorkshire pickle and a special Yorkshire knee-exercise device (a Morrison’s plastic bag) for Robin. Whose knee has […]