Sunday, 2 March 2014

weekend reading

I picked up Corduroy from The Idler Academy a few Sundays ago (we were there learning how to do calligraphy). The blurb had me enthralled in a hearbeat:

'Adrian Bell was a rather frail young man of 20 when, in 1920, he left the bohemian life of Battersea to work on a Suffolk farm. Out of that experience he wrote Corduroy, one of the classic accounts of life in the English countryside.'

The mustard wool blanket is a new addition from The French House.

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