Denham (that is my second studio, otherwise known as the spare room) is open for business. Having spent most of the day in Tavistock I came home to find that my loving wife has basically transferred my studio from Elstree (the currently sub zero garage) and reinstalled everything in the spare bedroom. Thus my commute to work is even shorter (and considerably warmer). This is an act of extreme kindness and consideration on her part, or she knows me too well and thinks I've been using the weather as an excuse to procrastinate! Either way it's time to get back to some real work starting with 'The Man in the White Suit'.
I've also been looking at a couple of Leslie Howard movies (incidentally if anyone has a DVD copy of 'Pimpernel Smith' they can lend me please drop me an email) and thought 'First of the Few' might prove to be a good source. I was right, but I'm not sure I've got the bottle to use the image I'd really like to. David Niven flying into the sunset having given Jerry a good thrashing. I know it's cheese, but it's sincere cheese and I like that, what does anybody else think?
Work in progress and other stuff that happens.