Monthly Archives: January 2008

Hoover bag news

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Within 12 hours of posting my complaint about the dearth of Hoover bags in Wandsworth, I’d had an email from a choreographer, and another from a systems analyst in Australia. The first just said ‘…John Lewis’, the second was a … Continue reading Continue reading

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24 kilos excess baggage

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As I stepped on the scales this morning, I was delighted to notice that I have at long last managed to attain my comedy target of losing my British Airways baggage allowance (23kg) in fat. Plus an extra kilogram for … Continue reading

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Ballet queen

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What seems like an age ago, but can only have been a couple of months or so, Chris and I were having tea at Morden Park Hall, and ambled into the garden centre. Our eyes fell on a camellia called … Continue reading Continue reading

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The magic Wandle

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The trouble with the London Cycle Network is that you follow a route so far, then find that they ran out of blue signs, so you just have to guess where to go next. Getting back from Wimbledon today, I … Continue reading Continue reading

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Silent Dancers

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To South Ken for the second time in one afternoon, this time to meet Dan & Kei for sushi, ramen & teriyaki at Saki in Old Brompton Road, which I only discovered last week with Susie Cooper, who should have … Continue reading Continue reading

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London Bridges

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There’s something about going over bridges that stirs profound thoughts that don’t have time to form clearly,  or rise completely to the surface before the bridge-crossing is over, and that, I think, is why the experience is so potent.  But … Continue reading Continue reading

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