Let­ter of the month

Im­pres­sive, hum­bling and heart-warm­ing

Australian Women’s Weekly NZ - - YOUR LETTERS - VAL NEIL

Af­ter read­ing the first fea­ture of your Jan­uary is­sue, I was im­pressed enough to write to Open Line. As I con­tin­ued through the mag­a­zine the ar­ti­cles were all ex­cel­lent. I couldn’t put it down and soaked up the de­tails of He­len Mir­ren’s gutsy life, was im­pressed by Me­la­nia Trump’s steely de­ter­mi­na­tion, in­trigued with the ef­fect the mak­ing of The Crown had on its crew and ac­tors, felt hum­bled by the sto­ries of “In­side the Wire”, now ad­mire Princess Anne’s strength more than ever (nasty com­ments are lost on her and when she smiles or laughs she is beau­ti­ful), was warmed by the tire­less work of Kaik­oura’s cham­pi­ons, loved the chil­dren’s cru­sader (we need more), cried with Mar­ian Keyes, took se­ri­ous notes from Jo Sea­ger, and laughed till I cried with Pat McDer­mott. Thank you ladies. I usu­ally pass my copy of The Aus­tralian Women’s Weekly on, how­ever this one is a keeper!

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