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Plumtopia: A homage to P.G. Wodehouse


What Ho!

Have you ever buzzed off in search of a utopian existence? Well I have, and it’s dashed difficult to find. The closest thing I can find is curling up with some fruity offering from P.G. Wodehouse and letting the world go by. In this blog, I wanted to explore the possibilities of creating a kind of  Wodehousian existence.

The formula, if you like,  is to pinch a snippet from Wodehouse on a particular topic and muse upon His teachings, and how one might apply them in life. Sometimes I pinch a snippet and reflect on my own experiences.

I hope that Plumtopia may become a haven for us all, so your contributions are very welcome. Please make yourself at home and don’t hesitate to ring the bell if there’s anything you need.

HP


11 Comments

  1. Hi Jen,
    I think I touched on the glass half full half empty optimism pessimism thing quite succinctly in a recent song of mine Things Are Better Now which begins:
    Whenever the glass is half empty
    I reach for a bottle and fill it to the top………

    Cheers!
    Adrian

  2. lolamay says:

    thanks for the follow! 🙂 love the blog! x

  3. Thanks for following my blog, honoriaplum! I have followed you likewise. 🙂

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  7. ashokbhatia says:

    Hope you are well. Would you recall the title of the PGW book where the hero rescues the heroine’s cat from a tree top?
    Shall be much obliged for some information!

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