Sunday lunch at The Honor Oak. I swore no more eating after that....
Taking down the Christmas tree - as they say in High Society 'My she was ya.'
Supper with a dear friend at Pizza East. I wasn't sure of my pizza choice but the chocolate and salted caramel tart - oh my worth a revisit for that alone...
Mooching with a dear friend in Marylebone High Street. delicious brunch at Cafe Luc, great book buying at the Oxfam shop and best of all a good catch up.
Off to Greenwich Picture House to see Of Gods and Men. It is wonderful.
Exploring Canary Wharf for shopping - hmm not sure about it. Think I'll stick to One New Change.
Celebrating Papa Warmth's birthday with the Warmth family annual 'Card of the Year Competition.'
Brunch with dear friends expecting their first baby any time...
My first attendance at a new book club.
Venturing up to Islington for The London Art Fair - oh to have thousands of pounds to buy art, art and more art. Then a delcious thai and catch up.
Another wonderful film watched - Julie and Julia. We both loved it and now having a big love of all things cooking and Julia Childs. Followed the next night by the Baader-Meinhof Complex. Two very different films in one weekend.
Great end of sale shopping in Anthropologie.
Birthday supper for a dear friend at Bedford and Strand.
Saturday lunch with great friends who have now moved back to London.
Finally managed to see The King's Speech. Absolutely loved it.
Baking Hummingbird Nutty Apple Loaf for dear friends who are just about to have a baby...
Books read - Started the year with real trash - My Last Duchess by Daisy Goodwin, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie Muriel Spark. For the wonderful Virago reading week - Union Street by Pat Barker, Frost in May by Antonia Fraser. A House in the Country by Jocelyn Playfair, beginning to think about Persephone Reading Weekend. This and Union Street were both bought at the Oxfam book shop.
The first daffodils were bought.
Here's to February and an abundance of daffodils.