I realise I'm running the risk of turning this blog into a daily whine, but I'm afraid I still feel like letting off a bit of steam about the scarcity of time. Yesterday, a great deal of this most precious of commodities was spent waiting to speak to a representative of Domestic & General, but the less said about that unpleasant encounter, the better.
I should be able to upload at least one review before the end of the week, and hopefully it'll be on Tauer's Carillon Pour Un Ange. Whilst you're waiting for my take on Andy's fourth release of 2010 (!), perhaps those of you who have some knowledge of the UK would care to take a moment to answer a question, either by leaving a comment or sending an email to persolaise at gmail dot com:
Do you think the perfume scene in Britain has improved over the course of the last few years? In terms of the availability of fragrances and the general public's understanding of scent-related matters, do you think things are better now than they were, say, five or six years ago?
In case you're wondering, the reason why I'm asking is because I'd like your help with crystallising my own views on the subject, in the hope of turning them into a future blog post.
Thanks very much,