Tag Archives: Jeeves and Wooster

The Wisdom of Wodehouse at Times Like These

Is it really mid-July? It’s been awhile since I’ve posted anything and that’s because of where I find myself in the world. Not literally, but more meta-physically. Or maybe ontologically. Epistemologically? At any rate, what I mean to say is … Continue reading

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Blindsided by Monday.

Whew! What a weekend. A fantastic game dinner featuring goose pot pies, deer carpaccio, The Inn at Little Washington’s chestnut soup  and fresh vegetables grown by Tricycle Gardens started things out on Friday. Saturday had us strapped into the full … Continue reading

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My Valet

(I weep with joy whenever I see the scene in “Jeeves and Wooster.”) I think I’ve written before about my fondest Christmas wish. From the time I was 16, whenever my parents would ask what I might like for Christmas, … Continue reading

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