The singer-songwriter on piano lessons, roasts – and the smell of wet soil
When does Sunday start? I’m usually up at 8am, occasionally 9.30 if I’ve had a late one. I teach piano lessons at home from 10am, and on occasion I’ve been known to wake up with a jolt at the sound of my first pupil ringing the doorbell. I’m in the process of clearing all my work from Sundays, though. I want the day for me.
Breakfast or brunch? There’s no time to eat before lessons start, but luckily I’m a brunch girl. I’ll have a coffee first thing and then once classes are over it’s straight to my favourite café, Dirty Apron in Deptford. Their bubble and squeak with salsa chutney is dreamy.Continue reading...
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