When I started this blog in August 2011, I had a clear vision to combine my lifelong quest for utopia with my love of P.G. Wodehouse. I wanted to explore the possibilities of creating my own kind of Wodehousian existence.
I hit upon a successful formula early on: take a snippet from Wodehouse on a particular topic and muse upon its teachings, as one might do with a religious text.
Then I lost the plot. Plumtopia was always personal , but at some dark point in the proceedings, the personal quest overtook the simple pleasures of enjoying and sharing Wodehouse. Like the great Russian novelists, I looked at life as something so stern and earnest that it was only a matter of time before Grandpapa hanged himself in the barn.
I am now correcting this error and returning to the winning format of old. More and better Wodehouse! I thank you, dear friends, Plum enthusiasts and other followers for your patience.