New Balls Please. June 2012.

Dear Rowley, As they say down the souk in old Tangier town, ‘Trust in Allah but tie-up your camel’. This has been my philosophy for 2012. Once we’d put The Perfect Gentleman┬áto bed in March, I started to enjoy the … Continue reading

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Loving London February 2011

Dear Rowley, Barak Obama. Discuss. I heard that nauseating speech about the Egyptian regime change likening it to all sorts of profound world events such as the fall of the Berlin Wall and the end of the First World War. … Continue reading

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Chatsworth Attic Sale October 2010

Dear Rowley, Forgive the deafening silence. I popped-up to Derbyshire with Mrs T to view Sotheby’s Chatsworth House attic sale. You would have adored an 18th century gilt and cobalt blue brocade set of ballroom chairs from Devonshire House. The … Continue reading

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