A Room of my Own
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Now I want to talk about Lola. Lola came as a gift to me, I think, in my later life after Michou died, more than a year ago. I had not intended to get another cat. But then I missed him. I realised how much the presence of a cat meant to me, and soContinue reading “LOLA – more than a snippet”
I have always maintained that my mother was the Jamie Oliver of her day. I even wrote to Jamie Oliver, not expecting a reply, and of course I didn’t get one. It was in 1955 that the publishers Dennis Dobson published a book called Better Cooking for Large Numbers by Nora Radenhurst. That was myContinue reading “I WAS THE COOK’S DAUGHTER”
I am reading The Dean’s Watch by Elizabeth Goudge. It is one of the most beautiful books I have ever read. Elizabeth Goudge was a writer, she was born in 1900 in Wells where her father was the Principal of the theological college there. She subsequently lived in the cathedral city of Ely and finallyContinue reading “THE DEAN’S WATCH”
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