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Tea Gatherings, Explained
("High Tea" is a Workman's Supper, NOT a Formal Tea as per the Common Misinterpretation of the Term)
Hosting a Tea Party; Formal Tea; the True Definition of "High Tea" is "Workingman's Supper"
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My husband describes the haircut he gives me as "the right cut for a woman of substance". Copyright M-J de Mesterton, Elegant Survival, 2011
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Cheaney Pennine II English Veldtschoen Country Boots 10 Wide--Superb Condition!
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More Royal Wedding Comments
My husband, who attended the wedding of Prince Charles and has played polo with him, just told me, without having viewed today's wedding himself, that the car Prince William was driving with his new bride is probably Father-of-the-Groom's twenty-year old Aston Martin DB6. Upon looking up the car model, I see that it is a different Aston Martin, the Volante,which could be an old family model as well. No matter what, the car that the Royal Couple were in after their nuptials (pronounced "nup-shals" NOT "nupshoo-als") is a dignified convertible of timeless style.
Barnara Walters is broadcasting from London weariing a white blazer in April. Tut, tut. Not only is it too early in the year to do so, BUT, she is not in the wedding party! Can't we leave white for the bride on her special day? Did Kelly Riipa really need to call attention to herself on her TV show with Regis this morning--by wearing a wedding gown and veil? And the very coarse show, The View, is going to have their own "Wedding of Kate and William" parody. Clowns....
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Rita Hayworth, Fred Astaire, Adolphe Menjou and Xavier Cugat star in the charming 1942 romantic comedy, You Were Never Lovelier
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