Billie’s Book focuses on basics such as truthfulness and generosity, and highlights the importance of accepting differences in opinions, faith, and choices.
I forgot to bring my power adaptor for the local plugs, which meant I was without access to my laptop or phone for the first day. God’s way perhaps of saying I should slow down and simply take in the splendour.
“I am scared to ask the question outright for fear of hearing the truth. I can’t bear the thought of sharing his facings with anyone else. How can I show him I know what’s going on and get him to call it off?”
Perhaps Booba’s Exclamation (Coty) of Insolence (by Guerlain) contradicted Kaaris’s claim that he was The One (Dolce & Gabbana)?
“Beautycon is not unlike a theme park, with hours-long lines, expensive food and the occasional chance to scream.”
Beloved passengers. Not a bad addition to airport parlance is it? Especially when accompanied by what I call a truly cool airport initiative.
London (my home) and much of England is broiling like a garlic chicken basted in onions and mushroom, with a lashing of hot chilli peppers thrown in.
What is it about Marqette? It seems to have both the most honest travellers (see our last quite lovely Blog) and the most honest staff. FAB-ulously honest, in fact.
Like so many things that have happened at this outstanding airport over the past extraordinary few weeks (let alone 20 years), these performances are hitting exactly the right notes.
My original Worldwide Headquarters back in West London is looking more interim than permanent after my neighbour decided to light a bonfire at the back of his garden on Saturday. During a heatwave. As you do.
“Did you buy those clubs in a yard sale, man? Wow, they’re old…” That was how the world number five ranked golfer Jon Rahm greeted me (and my elderly set of Taylor Mades) today at the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open Pro-Am in Ballyliffin, County Donegal. An insult from one of the world’s greats to
The lesson is clear; if you want your football team to prosper in the World Cup, do NOT enter a Moodie Davitt competition.
Tomorrow (28 June) promises to be one of the truly engaging days in our history in more senses than one.