An Introduction to Georgian Conversation

  • Posted on: 27/08/2020

18th Century Conversation Having a conversation in 18th century Britain was a lot more complicated than just talking. First of all you had to think how to enter the room in an appropriate fashion and then there was the issue …

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Sebastian’s World: Plagued

  • Posted on: 21/08/2020

Time: August 2020 Place: The Home for the Terminally Over-dressed, in Slough a much-maligned town of hidden depths quite close to “that London.” Things Ain’t What They Used To Be Isolation has made little difference to the residents of a …

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The Trouble with Stonehenge

  • Posted on: 07/08/2020

Sometimes Your Life  Just Isn’t Your Own!   “That’s me away then Muriel.” “Very well Dahling, and don’t get into mischief. I would come and give you a big kiss, but I am up to my eyes with baking for …

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Woman to Woman

  • Posted on: 31/07/2020

 I do realise that I am a very lucky woman, not only to be blessed with so many outstanding gifts in the desert of talent that surrounds moi, but to have the backing of what I think of as my …

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