Date: 26 Jan 2015 1:22 pm Title: Letter from Elise La Pattre
This has all been most entertaining, thanks to one and all. However, Elle, asinus is surely ass in the context of donkey? Podex I think is the word you are after :-)
Date: 25 Jan 2015 4:26 pm Title: Letter from an older Nell Wilson
Did Nell retire before or after the OFSTED report?
Joey obviously needs hospital treatment for mental health issues if she still desires Quads at 72.
Good for Len offering to be bridesmaid to Reg and Gaudenz.
Thank you all for the letters, I have enjoyed reading them.
Date: 18 Jan 2015 10:37 pm Title: Letters from Joey Maynard
Tha contrast there is unbelievable! Which one is the real "Joey"? I hope it is the second one. Thanks
Author's Response: JS asked me which of the 2 she'd written she should put up ... I had to say 'both!', didn't I?
Date: 18 Jan 2015 10:34 pm Title: Letters from Joey Maynard
Love both the Joey letters!
Date: 15 Jan 2015 9:26 pm Title: Letter from Rosalie Dene
I would have thought that Rosalie answer that external phone would have been allowed to speak English and that girls and staff outside the School grounds should speak English.
I wonder why they never taught Welsh!
Thanks I hope some reading Rosalie's letter let Madge know the problems the languages were causing.
Date: 12 Jan 2015 11:02 pm Title: Letter from Margot Venables
Poor Margot, the chance of happiness snatched away from her. I wish EBD had thought of marriage between Margot and Ted, instead of being obsessed with wiping out parents wholesale just to give Jo another person to mother!
Date: 10 Jan 2015 8:45 pm Title: Letter from Hilda Annersley
I loved the term "local goodwife". I think it is a good idea that someone is cooking their Christmas meal, I think there should be cookery lessons for the staff, although that during the war is not a good time. I think the staff could rival Cornelia and Joyce's efforts. If some one wants the idea , they are welcome to use it.