I DON’T think I have laughed so much for a long time. Starved for company, Monica Smith and I meet in person rather than do the interview over the phone in order to see and talk about her works of art hanging at ArtSpace.
But what is tickling my fancy is not her art – but her wonderful joie de vivre. Unless I am very much mistaken the demographics of Bass Coast Post’s women audience would suggest that the vast majority have been through both puberty and menopause. So you can imagine my hoots of delight as Monica described her relationship with her pubescent daughter some years ago when this terrible and confusing mix of hormones was raging in equal measure in both the female members of the household.