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Got finally visit Katharine Hepburn’s New York brownstone apartment today. Such an incredible actress and I adore her direct, no nonsense attitude to life and work. Apparently it’s available to rent for just $27,500 a month so perhaps I can persuade one of her neighbours to let me in, though they happen to be Stephen Sondheim and Bob Dylan 😳🗽 Last day in Virginia. When you’re trying to do work and a wolf keeps licking the caps lock on your keyboard... Some downtime with the wolves of Virginia and amazing Aunt Alex. Washington Square Park. One of the places I’ll miss next month...🗽 Devastating performance by Denise Gough. Hooked from the moment it started: intense, funny and moving. An incredible depiction of addiction and recovery. If you live in New York go see this before everyone finds out about it! DUMBO! Thought I’d visit here as the last time I was here was over 10 years ago with @stephlecocq 😳Fantastic view of the city! 😊☀️ My favourite place to be in the Autumn/Fall. Central Park. Listening to the best of John Williams and Steven Spielberg makes it even more moving! 😊☀️🍃🍂 @tommias I’m getting you a bench like the one in this photo! The only photo I took of a truly incredible evening (complete with post show cocktails) with my good friend @michaelxavieruk. Pleasure to meet the genius behind the show @matthewbourne13 too!

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Nora Ephron died this week. She was a journalist, writer and director of many of my favourite movies such as When Harry Met Sally, Sleepless in Seattle and Julie & Julia. She used words with incredible wit and heart like no other screenwriter and will be sorely missed. ListsofNote.com featured a post about two lists she created about what she would and wouldn’t miss in life. You can read her lists here or check them out at the end of her book “I Remember Nothing: And Other Reflections“. Anyway, it got me wondering what my list would be. Here are my thoughts:

What I Won’t Miss
Doubt
Queues
The fact food that tastes good is bad for you
Bank Statements
Excel
Arrogant, ignorance, intolerance
Hayfever
Text Messages
Spiders
Worrying about my appearance
Bagpipes
The smell of asphalt or cigarettes
Bad customer service
Not being able to find clothes that fit me
Organised religion
Leggings on women

What I Will Miss
Making someone laugh
Performing
Old MGM movies
Reading in bed
Writing
Chocolate
Butter
Visiting New York City
My sisters
The Theatre
The diversity of friends
Hugs
Sleeping in
Cooking for people
Wandering around
Sunday Roast
The smell of books
More laughing

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