We like your blog, can we use it in our London Lite newspaper (free evening newspaper for London) was the question in the email I got.
Sure I said, but let me know what you want to print, because there are things that I don’t want to have printed (including my name).
That was OK.
Could you tell us in short what your blog is about?
“written by a girl living in London chasing her dreams. With daily observations, sometimes with pictures and often with ramblings about The Film, The Cafe or The Actor. “Life is too important to be taken seriously.”
is what I send them.
They chose a post I quite like. It got Bill in it, I got the film mentioned, and the best thing: the Cafe (including the address) is in it. A lot. All good.
I am just wondering : who do they think I have a relationship with? (Davy? That would be hilarious)
And who are those friends I have never ever written about, because I don’t blog about people I know out of a principle?
Anyway – Good Evening London.
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Now that you’re famous, we’re all your friends.
Now. If you could ask those London Lite people to tell their street people to stop offering my the paper four times every day when I walk by Vauxhall station, that’d be great :)
I don’t want to be famous, I want the Cafe to be famous.
And about those free newspapers, I was on Piccadilly Circus a few days ago, and it was nearly covered by those newspapers, because people now use them to sit on. What a mess! I wonder how long this is going to last. It’s not only London Lite’s fault, The Londonpaper is to blame too. And the lack of paperbins in London.
Great ! Is it going to be “Sex and the City” – the british way ;-)
@Dorte – this was a one time only thing – and Sex and the City – the British way – no, no, no, no :-)
Good for you Ingrid! Maybe the movement to Save the Cafe is about to kick into high gear. Hope so. xo, BL
Congrats. This is really cool.
I’m just so glad I discovered you last week before the paper did!! (I hate to be a trend follower!!LOL)
Be great if the cafe got more publicity and stayed open though.