In yet another shining example of the different ways people react to testing circumstances, I am thoroughly delighted with a letter I received yesterday from a firm of architects. Regular readers may remember the pitch document to the UK’s top architects to enquire about the likelihood of getting a bananagiraffe projecting from the top of my house.
You may be forgiven for thinking this is not an indication of normal behaviour and will doubtless be met with a stern rebuff. And yes I admit that not all architectural practices are designed with a funny bone in mind. But we have hit gold with David Chipperfield Architects, who posses not only a fully flexible funny bone, but also a heart of gold.
Thank you sincerely from Bananagiraffes for your generosity of spirit and funds and a big thank you on behalf of beating bowel cancer as well who will I know be delighted to receive such a spontaneous donation!