from grandfather to granddaughter

roald dahl is the sort of writer who’s forever hiding somewhere in the back of my mind. when i was fifteen, we read LAMB TO THE SLAUGHTER in class, and it was the beginning of e v e r y t h i n g anglo and saxon for me. Then last year, when i found roald dahl’s cookery book from GYPSY HOUSE in a library sale, i couldn’t believe my luck. now it seems that granddaughter sophie is embroidering along the same theme(s). writing abilities aside, i do enjoy her laid back style, and recipes.
well, we have always place for one more at our dinner table.
big p.s. - our new place does already house a shed. i wonder if i should turn it into something literary? after visiting woolf’s lovely den (see picture), and relishing on dahl’s….


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