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August 28, 2010

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Christina

Great advice in that it applies every direction.

What a fantastic chair!

rachel

I was looking at the Henry Moore's Sheep sketch book last night. Not that I sketch. It's wonderful, ball point pen sketches of the sheep grazing outside his window in Much Hadham.
Work smaller more intensely and make mistakes, I like that.
Hope you are well.

Johanna

sounds like our creative writing tutor who tut tutted at some student wanting lots of rejection letters like sylvia plath and saying she should be writing lots and lots of villanelles like plath did!

But if I had a gorgeous sofa like that I would just want to recline rather than draw

Lucy

Christina: We love that chair. Peter's parents shipped it to us from NZ. BEST place to sit with a book, in the sun, and read.

Rachel: I've been to two dinner parties over the weekend and both places had books of his sketches. I'd not seen the note for 18 years - weird (and wonderful). It's great advice and, in a way, makes far more sense now that I am older and have learnt along the way.

I'm well - crazy-busy - but otherwise well. You? X

Johanna: The sun's out today and I might just recline with a good book right there when I knock off later on! X

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