When my colleagues ask why I’m not on Facebook, I laugh and joke and respond that “it’s a stalker’s paradise”.
On a date with me, the lucky boy can expect certain things.
Over the years I have worked with some really great people, and I have always tried to stay in contact with them. Originally it was out of friendship, to see how they're doing. But lately I've been using these ex-colleagues as leads to jobs.
Three weeks of feasting on delicious (read: fattening, carb-laden, coconut milk-based) food in Singapore and Penang contributed two kilos of excess body baggage upon my return. This is not a surprise, nor is it unexpected.
Jerusalem is, without doubt, the most powerful, poetic, stimulating piece of theatre I have seen all year. Amazing staging, superb acting by a very young cast, and Mark Rylance in the main role is a giant.
It’s one of the last secrets to be confessed. Usually only when someone is staring relationship failure in the face will they whisper: "We’re in separate bedrooms". And the response tends to be shocked silence, and acknowledgement that the end really is nigh.
Now I am certain. The Cinnamon Kitchen is one of my favourite restaurants in London.
In summer, a girl’s natural instinct is to pack a bikini and sarong and follow those surfer boys. Given that Ms R is Australian and Resting Banker Girl (RBG) is from New Zealand this would make sense.
Many Americans in London are carnivores. And many of them have been missing the institution that is the American steakhouse.
Mrs Properly was so glad to get another question about thank you notes, one of her favourite topics. Only this one was a little bit different. Yes, it involved blanks that need filling.