Posted by: Admin | April 5, 2011

Happy Birthday, Anne!

The little girl in yesterday’s picture was 50 last week. Anne is a lovely lady, lady being an appropriate word: she has always been elegant, poised and graceful. Which is why I was delighted to hear how she celebrated her birthday. After a meal out with her family, Anne drove round her beautiful garden in her (rather nice) car, ripping up the turf with her handbrake turns. She then urged her family to join her in a game of “get-from-the-kitchen-to-the-upstairs-landing-without-touching-the-floor. Brilliant. It’ll take some putting right, that ruined garden, but I bet it was worth it!

I don’t know what was in your birthday champagne, Anne, but bring some for my party, will you? x


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