Extraordinary and heady experience at Somerset House in the scent exhibition or sensory experience. Full of surprises in each room and the inspiration behind many new scents. An insight into a changing industry. A chance to create your … Continue reading A Sensory Journey through Contemporary Scent
Happy New Year to dear friends here and abroad. Putting up early before the inevitable crash. embed]https://youtu.be/8AXSmPh1pYQ[/embed] Continue reading Happy New Year from Ramsgate
Christmas dinner this year was very special. We went to the Royal Harbour Hotel in Ramsgate and couldn’t have enjoyed it more with excellent ambiance and beautiful food. I tried Partridge for the first time (loved it) and with a … Continue reading Christmas Dinner at the Royal Harbour Hotel, Ramsgate
Enjoyed running through rehearsals at The Tudor House in Margate last week, later in the Court House (The Museum). Not long to go to performance on Halloween. Bring your children/grandchildren and enjoy storytelling, crafts and fun. Continue reading A Tudor All Hallows’ Extravaganza. From Script to Show and Film – Step 1
An inspiring opening to Turner contemporary’s new exhibition featuring Risk. Hilary Lister gave an intimate talk about her life and adventures being the first disabled woman to sail solo around the UK. Timely coincidence with my own recent adventures yachting out of Dover. I’ve a way to go though. Continue reading Risk…when art and risk collide.
I’m proud of being able to design and build the website for exactus-sol.co.uk which is the showcase for Rosemary Carr’s editing and proofreading skills along with specialist software consultancy by Andy Carr. I’ve been able to transpose the skills used for making commercials into designing a dynamic site on WordPress. Rosemary’s client list goes from strength to strength and I wish them both well with their company. Continue reading Rosemary Carr (author & editor) at Exactus Solutions Ltd.
Luckily I meet a writing friend June on the coach and she was able to recommend a fabulous place to eat in the sprawling Cite de Europe. “Flunch”. Had great boeuf au saignant, but lousy ice cream. Recovering from outward journey, I purchased two Amelie Nothomb novels written in French with ongoing dreams of being able to read and understand. Plus survival copies of Clairefontaine notebooks with grid lines inside, which don’t remind me of school. Soon…we are running to the coach as rain hammers with promise of an approaching storm. We assemble at prompted UK time of 5.15pm. One … Continue reading A fun day out in France.