Tomorrow (well, today, I guess) I am speaking at the inHabit: Text, Object and Domestic Space group. inHabit is one of my favourite research groups at Oxford, partly because it is an excellent forum for inter- and pan-disciplinary discussion, and partly because it is so darn friendly. I am giving a short paper based around a couple of late medieval letters, and will be proposing that orchards may have been viewed as a particularly good location for familial bonding, and will be raising lots of questions about privacy and domestic space that will, I hope, spark lots of discussion. Do come along if you can!