Justine Picardie writes for Vogue and the Daily Telegraph. She is the editor of a collection of stories, Truth or Dare, and the author of the novel Wish I May and the memoirs If the Spirit Moves You and My Mothers Wedding Dress. She lives in London with her husband and two sons.
RT @EricaWgnr: Just saying: at the moment an excess of pleasantness sounds mighty attractive to me. https://t.co/2hGhVvmx15
by @JPicardie - 5 hours ago
RT @Tillypronie: Heavenly honeysuckle garlanding the windows https://t.co/IkpTkfZfhA
by @JPicardie - 2 days ago
RT @Tillypronie: Primulas popping up in the water garden. https://t.co/LumJ3c76Mi
RT @Tillypronie: Pretty pyracantha https://t.co/sR1A5WLNlk
RT @Tillypronie: It's a fantastic year for the Hostas https://t.co/bhVmxyByEU
New Year's Day - 3 years ago
Tillypronie garden opening - 3 years ago
E. Nesbit's birthday - 3 years ago
Glad to see that google has celebrated E. Nesbit's birthday today with a railway children inspired drawing on the home page -- but sorry that a google elf got her age wrong. She would not have been 89 today, having been born in 1858... Anyway, here's my own tribute to the great writer.
Tillypronie in summer - 3 years ago
Tillypronie garden opening - 4 years ago
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