The reading of Arthur’s Will was expected to be straightforward and that he would dutifully leave his fortune to his grieving widow. A few minutes before her outburst, Lisa had been fighting to control her anger and Elizabeth, as usual, was the focus of her irritation. She’d arrived late, dressed like the Queen about to meet a head of state but, thankfully, not wearing a hat. She waited for the solicitor to pull up a chair for her and sat in wide-eyed anticipation waiting for the reading to start, whilst stifling the odd theatrical tear.
‘When women hold off from marrying men, we call it independence. When men hold off from marrying women, we call it fear of commitment.’ Warren Farrell Dear Diary Parador de Cáceres – 19th December 1999 'Not quite so much sightseeing today. We had a very long, leisurely lunch, followed by a stroll around the town.... Continue Reading →