A perfect day.
Maybe not quite the first day of spring, but it's getting warmer..
After killing myself in Ali
's spinnin' class, I indulged myself with a bunch of Tesco's daffodils
I had the pleasure of reading this in its pre-published state. It takes what remains of a murder trial recorded in Ancient Greece and converts it into a fascinating narrative. As usual with Debra's books I learnt a lot about life in fifth century BC Athens, but the book comes with a decidedly twenty-first century innovation: via a link to Debra's Killing Eratosthenes website
, it is possible to cast your vote and take a look at the virtual outcome.
To finish my perfect St David's day, I am returning to Wales to see the Tailor of Inverness
in Theatr Clwyd. Looking forward to this. It's had great reviews and the last time monologue I saw in Thatr Clwyd, Grounded
, it turned out to be one of my all-time favourites.