I’ve seen a great many shows in my time, but I must say the performance at the Prince Edward theatre in London last week was the best ever. We went to London on the Phyllis Court coach – a great way to go. No parking problems or having to walk a long way to the […]
On Sunday the Miniature Art Society of Florida staged its annual brunch and award ceremony. I was pleased to win best in portraiture for this portrait of Anna shown here as it appeared at the Dunedin Fine Art Center. It was good to meet old friends again especially Kay and Mike Petryszak who not only […]
We arrived in Florida last night on a very comfortable BA flight and are now staying at The Yacht Harbor Inn at Dunedin. Never mind jet-lag, today is s lovely warm and sunny day so we decided to visit Busch Gardens – just over an hour’s drive away. This theme park houses one of America’s […]
The Magic Eye for my TV stopped working last week, and being lazy, I didn’t feel like getting up to walk to the Sky box every time I wanted to change channels or pause the picture in both rooms where I have a television set. At the time I hadn’t realised it was the eye […]
I’ve just noticed that somehow an intruder (either an advertisement or a face) inserted itself in the middle of the blog I wrote earlier today. Please ignore it. I don’t know how or why it happened but it seems like we are entering a world of ‘Big Brother’ with people taking over other peoples utterances.
Surely I have written a blog in the last couple of weeks! If not then my time clock has become mightily confused. I think in the frantic efforts in getting my new book published successfully all sense of timing has gone astray. It was my birthday at the end of October so we decided to […]
Last week I was invited to a tea party at Phyllis Court by the Not Forgotten Association as I am a member of the Malayan and Borneo Veterans. We were treated to a very professional troupe who sang wartime songs as they acted the parts of 1940’s favourites – including George Formby, Vera Lynn, Max […]