Thursday, June 22, 2006

someone told me once that p.l. travers wasn't really a fan of children. thought of it today when i discovered mary poppins in the kitchen: a cookery book with a story. within i find no evidence that travers had an aversion to little people. the cookery is just what i'd expected. lots of puddings and sausages. shepherd's pie. rarebit. trifle. cheese on toast. and one that i actually enjoy quite a bit: kedgeree. though without eggs please. dunno. perhaps the puddings and sausages were travers's own particular exercise in hostility.

listening: perdu d'avance-- superflu.

a wonderful stack of library materials awaits. i go. spit-spot.


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