Oh dear – the aggravation of being a designer still has influence – needed a new kettle, went to John Lewis. Just want a kettle shaped recognisable kettle, but no – they come in all sorts of shapes and sizes … Continue reading
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Thank you for looking at Mrs P today!
Collecting washers – surprising how many are dropped in the street – does this mean for every one in Mr P’s fast growing collection there is a malfunctioning bit of machinery/appliance somewhere?
At the start of the week Mr P. was running round like a headless chicken – I hope I never see one for real – over rubbish brought into the front garden by foxes. He blamed this on the pond … Continue reading
The most delicious crab sandwich for lunch today. It was supposed to be followed by a delicious custard tart but I made the mistake of leaving mine for later with a cup of tea. When 4pm came I looked for … Continue reading
Last week the Evening Standard had an offer from Chiltern Railways for tickets to Birmingham at 25p each way – Mr P couldn’t resist such an amazing bargain, even though he’s having to schlep to Marylebone Station and take the … Continue reading
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My first meeting with Luna – I’ll try not to be such a yawn next time!!
Tom my nephew ( well one of them ) with his daughter Luna, born December 30th 2013. Matching spotty outfits – maybe dalmatian but more likely some sort of cat. Leopard maybe – not real of course. Lovely photo.
My first book! It’s so funny to see this and it shows how people don’t really change – even at 7 or 8 ( think I was about that age ) I was a bit (!) of a control freak … Continue reading
Someone asked me about old money – they didn’t know (how could they – too young) about 12d in a shilling, or 10s., or that 20s. made a pound (£1.00). Or that once upon a time there was a 10 … Continue reading