I have every intention of using this as my model when someone asks me for a brief description of myself.
Published on October 18, in Grannie Annexe.
I never liked them. Failing that, blue-topped stuff at the very least, a feeble imitation of the real thing as it is. As for red top, increasingly popular, well you might as well have your tea neat for all the difference that makes.
Is it a page-turner? But there are some marvellous descriptions. If I want to get fit, thank you, I want to get fit. I want some bang for my bucks.
And trying to get thin black tights in summer is an imposisblity. And a few years ago I was having an argument with an editor over the background colour to my book jacket. It was, in its present design, magnolia, a colour that should never have been invented.
By now my face was puce — rather a good colour for a book jacket, actually. But before I completely lost it, they assured they would go away and have another think. A few days later, my editor rang me, her voice ringing with optimism. You were quite right — magnolia is hopeless.
And of course the book barely covered its costs.
But what pitfalls lie in wait for the unwary! Something that may destroy a friendship and ruin the rest of your life. Not that you can move them because your mouth has suddenly become so dry that you need to use your fingers to separate them from your teeth. Your entire body feels as if someone has swiftly and skilfully removed all the bones.
It first happened when a very sweet new friend had offered me a picture by Anna Kavan, an author that I was particularly keen on. He was coming round with it at 6. So I emailed the other appointment. He was barely older than me. And I sent it to the person who was making me the gift. He was so gracious about it, and faintly amused or pretended to be that, when a similar thing happened to me, the other way round, how could I not behave in the same way?
The latest horror was of a slightly different ilk. My neighbour across the road, just back from a tour of Africa, came racing over the road in a panic.In a somer seson, whan softe was the sonne, I shoop me into shroudes as I a sheep were, In habite as an heremite unholy of werkes, Wente wide in this world wondres to here.
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