How about a little upper?
I guess Paul was right when he asked us not to rush to any conclusions or say things that might be better left unsaid for the moment. So I decided to share a little upper for this site. Most people know (even before the diary downloads) that Crowley was not very nice with women. So I was really moved (well, nearly) to read that when his mother died, the biggest part of the heritage went to Rose and daughter Lola Zaza, leaving Crowley only a small monthly allowance. Honestly I was pretty surprised, this was something I did not know and of course had not expected, especially since that was when his money was already running out. And, well, ah, yes, that was the upper of the day. Exciting, isn't it?
Thanks for that! And you can see that when it came to the crunch, Crowley on this occassion did the right thing. As they say, you should never judge a book by it's cover. Unless of course it's one of those lavish Crowley first editions.