The Girl Who Walked Home Alone. February 2018.

Dear Rowley, Do you recall a disco hit called You To Me Are Everything? There is a particularly heinous line ‘now you’ve got the best of me, come on and get the rest of me’. I could not disagree more. Nobody … Continue reading

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Fashion. July 2016.

Dear Rowley, Scorchio today in Britain today, no? It was still over thirty degrees at 6.30pm so I nipped round to the camp Greco-Roman pool next door and cooled-off like a hippo in the Chobe river. Yet another reason to … Continue reading

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The Girl Who Walked Home Alone. September 2015.

Dear Rowley, One of the best Bette Davis biographies written by Charlotte Chandler was titled The Girl Who Walked Home Alone. I have been walking home alone for many years now to Bloomsbury Towers. You know what? I’m living alone and … Continue reading

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Now Voyager. New Year’s Eve 2011.

Dear Rowley, Happy New Year darling. Do you have any resolutions? E. M. Forster had it so right: ‘only connect’. My resolution is to communicate in person or on the telephone and not in cyber space. It is one of … Continue reading

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