June is possibly my favourite month to be in Antigua – apart from the heat which is a bit heavy and oppressive. It’s my favourite because June means an abundance of glorious mangos – which I just can’t stop eating! – and a frenzy of wild, splashes of glorious, vivid red all over the place. The flamboyants are in bloom! And I absolutely love them.
Flamboyant in Independence Avenue, St John’s
Not only are to be found in the countryside, but in the villages, too, and even in the capital, St John’s. These extraordinarily beautiful trees adorn the gardens of … Read the rest »
Sometimes….most times…or at least often, everything seems to happen at once. Not that I’m complaining; nothing is worse than nothing going on. It would be nice, though, if things spread out a bit more. LOL!
And I’ve organised things so badly! Wimbledon being a week later has really thrown me. This week I’ve got a meeting at the Brentwood Theatre, wardrobe and rehearsal for pilot TV show I’m involved in (hush hush at the moment), financial stuff, which I HATE! I have a huge fear of all things financial, including form-filling. Fortunately, I have someone helping me to do it … Read the rest »
It contains seven quirky little stories that I hope will keep you entertained on your sun-lounger, or wherever you might be spending your summer hols, even if it’s lying on the sofa in your own living-room or sitting in your back garden. Pour yourself a nice glass of your favourite tipple, put your feet up and …ENJOY!!
And I was actually able to publish it using BOTH hands. Because my operation was cancelled. I was being prepped on Tuesday when told that … Read the rest »