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Tag Archives: Primrose Hill
A wonderful exhibition launch! With cakes! Much help from MW with organisation, and Lisa Hauck’s Hair Salon, former home of Leslie the Punch and Judy man in the 1930s, was a perfect venue. Emerald‘s design expertise and Sabine’s medicinal (ahem) … Continue reading
Much activity at the SK Studios (aka small table in back room of very small apartment) getting ready for the Meeting Mr Punch teaparty launch on sunday 9th September (3 days away in fact – yikes!) at 148 Gloucester Avenue, … Continue reading
Yesterday walked across a burgeoning Regents Park from Primrose Hill to Baker Street to have a cup of tea with JS, Dean of Degrees at an Oxford college. Continue reading
Started my early morning skipping regime again.
Blake keeps popping up. The Royal Parks have commissioned Will Davies to cut a William Blake quotation, mentioning Primrose Hill, into the new York stone edging at the Hill’s summit. He was busy working on it when I took my regular … Continue reading
Big gap due to sickliness. Practicing for the Coughing Olympics. But early morning walks still delightful, especially with lime trees in blossom. Pity about the swarms of silly keep fit people. Why can’t they just walk or run? One man … Continue reading
Glorious morning, honeysuckle in bloom in the back yard … with bees! Hooray. Though it could be just one bee. Great wafts of scent through the window as I work. Up early for brisk walk (running on hold at the … Continue reading
Called away from dinoland (yes the 4th comic strip book for Bloomsbury is Age of Dinosaurs) to investigate moth nursery which has sprung up under my printer – how dare they! RIP mothlings.