Ellee writes of the sell-off of the forests. Strange thing, in the days of the royal monopoly, to the point where the common people had no automatic access, the necessity was to get them out of royal hands. Now the necessity is to keep them in royal hands or at least in the people’s.
So, all that remains this evening is to recount some anecdotes about love:
Barry Norman [through the Mail, courtesy of Rossa]
Diana and I usually slept apart for no other reason than she claimed my snoring kept her awake. Well, I guess it’s true; I do snore — even I have my imperfections.
[Even Lynne Featherstone] Don’t blame me for this – it was sent by a delectable female of the species:
JD, the old young[ish] smoothy, made a comment yesterday:
Women have a strange power over men; we love them and we hate them, very often both of these things at the same time. But this strange irresistible power mostly just makes us … n n n nervous!!