Seems as if spring is coming. That is if we are judging by my current obsession with tidying up, reorganising and moving furniture. The reason I am so late today with my RA Challenge, is that I was decluttering, (re)decorating and tidying today. Which in my house always turns into a major time-sucker. I live in a museum. And in the process of locating some old rickety frames I could repurpose for decorating the staircase, I made the big mistake of opening one of the many trunks in our house. I came across… plenty of old pictures of people unknown to us (see right), heaps of antique sheet music, the tusk of a narwhale (again), two impressive decorative daggers, two fishing baskets, assorted (and dissembled) music stands, loads of old paintings, seven photo albums comprising the years 1887 to 1929, a Bulgarian newspaper from 1937, ancient letters addressed to “Ireland – England” (see left), plaster work, and old shellac records. (…) Several hours later I had at least taken down the Easter decorations, cleaned out the landing and relocated a pedestal to it, hung the (empty) frames in my staircase – and placed the rest of the
holy relics crap back in their respective trunks. It’s not easy being a history geek. *sigh* So that’s why I am late in posting my…
Hm, there aren’t really that many rivalries to choose from. Or I can’t think of any beyond the obvious ones. My favourite is probably Porter and Collinson. Because Porter comes out tops.
Least Favourite Rivalry
I think there is an element of rivalry between Lucas and Sarah Caulfield – after all they are working the same job for different bosses. Since I really disliked that pairing, I’ll make this my least favourite rivalry.
What do you think about the rivalries in RA’s oeuvre?