Monthly Archives: October 2012

My October Symphony, Part 4 – The Landscape of Luggage

While April’s always up there, there’s no month to touch October for luggagious (new word, of or relating to luggage) conditions. And while we aint gone Stateside this, forgive me, fall, we’ve made up for that logistically by the case-load … Continue reading

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Guest Blog – Upon Visiting, By ‘A Lady’

Well, not so much ‘guest’ as article trouvé. Having a houseful this weekend ourselves, and being on the receiving end of hospitality so recently too, I was interested to come across this instructional piece in an old magazine. (Date not given, … Continue reading

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My October Symphony, Part 3 – London Jobs

On a break, of all things, from an unspecified living in Hong Kong, I took up a roost in a house in Ladbroke Grove, and from there busied back-and-to to two jobs – an occasional third – by way of … Continue reading

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Irreversibly Awkward ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ Cartoon, 7

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My October Symphony, Part 2 – The Great Storm (The Album)

Intro Note: when I look back upon this post, it will probably always be with a sense of shame that I never quite raked its leaves into anything neatly heaped and richly coloured, but left them blown about the garden, … Continue reading

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Strategically Challenging ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ Cartoon, 6

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My October Symphony, Part 1 – North America

A year ago this week I handed in my notice at work, and 48 hours later was on a plane to Chicago with B.; ten hours after that installed in a booth in a bar with a giddying choice of … Continue reading

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