…without your glasses you'd probably have been run over
I hope you slipped the old fella a couple of Drogna for a green cheese roll... I'm mighty relieved to see he's got over that teapot phase he went through.
Loving your work, Brenda. x
Doog yrev.On a barely-related note (old telly), I played cricket yesterday. Last year at this game, one of the four spectators was Celia Imrie. This year: Benjamin Whitrow. Most people won't know who Benjamin Whitrow is, except for most women I know aged between 32 and 45. He played Mr Bennett in the Colin Firth P&P. He was watching his son. His son is about 15. Fair play, Benjamin Whitrow. (Terribly nice, both of them.)
The Adventure Game, the Red Salamander, Eyb-Doog. Weekday evenings and my mums home made hamurgers (far too many onions). Nostalgia flashback like a punch in the arm. When I do my uncle impression, people stare at my in wonder/disgust.Its good to know I am not alone.
Never alone, David.
My favourite ever show, although it always left me a bit confused. Never could get to grips with the money and the clue Richard of York gave battle in vain (which of course is the mnemonic for remembering the colours of the rainbow). Bring it back, I'd love to tackle the Vortex.AquaMarina.
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