Monthly Archives: April 2001

Short entry #3

Saw Bridget Jones’ Diary at the Aldershot cinema. Top marks for the movie, very few for the cinema. In fact, it was ghastly. Will stick to Guildford from now on.

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Another short entry

Saw Peter Bowles in Beau Brummel and he was excellent. Also saw his bum.

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Guildford

Drove over to Guildford (Lady Mead) then walked along the Wey to Dapdune Wharf. A lovely spot with National Trust display boards. Weather not too bad (occasional sunny breaks) so all lovely and green. Went for a half an hour … Continue reading

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No Bard

We went over to the new house (which exchanged yesterday). Had a good look around to check out where we’ll put everything. We were supposed to go over to Guildford to see Loves Labours Lost but Mirinda didn’t feel like … Continue reading

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Anything went

Saw Anything Goes at the Ambassadors in Woking. Such great songs and a fun story. Gemma Craven was pretty good as Reno Sweeney though she didn’t quite have that Ethel Merman voice to carry off all the songs. Jonathon Morris, … Continue reading

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Easter Sunday with Farelli

After sleeping for 12 hours (!!) non-stop (!!!) we gradually woke up then went over to Farelli’s for a visit. She’s just getting over the flu but, apart from that, and her usual relationship attempts, is well. The one bit … Continue reading

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The end

And so, the start of the long journey home. First we had to pay for the electricity we’d used so I had to deal with the Dillons. Meanwhile, Mirinda managed to seal the cats piss room so it would be … Continue reading

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Good Friday

Mirinda was up and ready to go at 10am, something unheard of. We left for A la Ronde, one of the more original National Trust properties. It’s a 16 sided house designed and built in the late 1700’s. The Parminter … Continue reading

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National Trust day

Set off for Killerton, the home of the baronets of Acland. The park was closed because of foot and mouth but the house and garden were open. Lydia Acland and her sons It’s not your normal stately home, more a … Continue reading

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In Jane’s pen-steps

Woke up feeling lots better. I’ve had a touch of the flu for the last few days and gone through a million tissues. This morning (after first good night’s sleep) feeling much better and coincides with beautiful blue skies. Mirinda … Continue reading

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