Byline: Elaine Morgan
# I CAN'T say I ever suffered withdrawal symptoms when the days of wine and roses came to an end. Fame was good fun, but it faded over the decades to the level of ``Didn't she used to be a writer?'', which I found pleasantly relaxing. Then I got an invitation to attend the Welsh Bafta awards ceremony, and it all came flooding back.
Feeling badly out of touch, I read The Western Mail Magazine's advice on tiny bejewelled handbags etc. It warned me not to bare too much skin, nor risk vital bits of my anatomy escaping from their moorings.
More relevant would have been stuff like, ``If the material is thin, don't wear that vest, or the …