Recent Rhapsodies Gallery It took a tattooed boy from Birkenhead to really really open her eyes…. Beautiful vegetables at The Albion Shoreditch street art Spoilt for choice of perfumes at Roullier White Beautiful blooms at That Flower Shop in Shoreditch The moon over London Paisley, the naughty stowaway Amanda Lepore’s magical Easter egg hunt THE best hot chocolate in London at Said in Soho Street art in Shoreditch Master of puns The Jinx: The life and death of Robert Durst Liberty of London Working off that karma debt Liberty of London Street art in Shoreditch Roullier White hosted Sarah McCartney of 4160 Tuesdays where we each made our own special fragrance blends with 4160 Tuesdays Sexiest Scent on the Planet 4160 Tuesdays favorites Burlington Arcade macaron run to Ladurée Literally on the edge of my seat for next week’s finale of Fortitude Shoreditch street art Sarah McCartney’s novel, The Scent of Possibility Ladurés’s rose and raspberry St. Honore confection I always love to see bobbies on horseback Street art in Dalston Street art in Shoreditch French and Grace rhubarb and cassis tartlets baked by moi Street art in Shoreditch “The past is not romantic for me; the future is romantic for me,” Raf Simons, Dior and I My latest read Share this:TwitterTumblrEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
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A wonderfully eclectic mix of rhapsodies to enjoy before Easter!….. I often find the change of weather (finally) during this season puts a new perspective of things and makes everything seem more …..interesting.
At the moment my mind (and body) is focussed on remodelling the bathroom yet even demolishing walls to increase the footprint is rhapsodic in it’s own way despite the noise, physical exertion and unremitting clouds of dust! Paradoxical I know, but I guess you might have a sense of that having been through a similar exercise in your own place recently.
PS the rhubarb and cassis cakes look *lovely* ….. Who knows, maybe the Great British Bakeoff Bgirl Beckons? ;)…. Now that would be a rhapsody to write about….
Have a lovely Easter.
I imagine there must be something oddly satisfying about bashing a wall to bits with a giant hammer!
Hmmm… so much alliteration IS very tempting to me!
Have a really Happy Easter!
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Well….. If Tracey Emin can achieve artistictic acclaim with an unmade bed and Duchamp with a urinal, I might be able to create something of artistic note with a pile of rubble…. Don’t count on it though!
Sometimes I think you just have to call it “art” before somebody else does.