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monday started Awfully Well: there were left-over strawberries for breakfast (from our delightful tea-at-home with mP on sunday at 4pm) and a new tea cup to admire from yesterday’s post-swim-shopping at tea & sympathy in greenwich village… a lovely note … Continue reading
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so we joined moleskine “world” – or “myMoleskine” as they call it (if you want to have a look for yourself, dear moleskine-lover – it’s at – you guessed it – moleskine.com) but we seem to be the only entity … Continue reading
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oops. the bedside clock battery failed. and our internal clock is still re-adjusting from jetlag. which we watched last night, actually. but we Made it in on time (ED: just, darling). and spent a few moments letting the caffeine kick … Continue reading
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darlings, good morning. are you having a lovely sunday? we found ourselves lying on the sofa with the morning coffee and a stack of books, listening to Desert Island Discs….(on air since 1942!) more specifically, to a vintage program/programme featuring … Continue reading
we have no idea what possessed us. (****update: but clearly we weren’t the only people making soup today ;-) the thought of wanting to nest when we return tonight (we’ve been Very Sociable recently and a night in might be … Continue reading
darlings! the Best thing about sleeplessness (see – we Always attempt to look on the bright side, as You Know) is the joy of watching and reading and writing and listening to such glorious cultural artifacts as these: here are … Continue reading
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Tagged Laurel Canyon, moleskine, mostly martha, noel coward, penelope keith, Private Lives, satin, sleepless in manhattan, vendredi soir, Veronique Vienne
glorious people: something terribly important to team gloria is the word: ————mitford ———– it sends a tiny little shiver down our spine in a most delicious way ;-) – the mitford sisters were be-bobbed, horribly un-educated (mitford pere didn’t believe in … Continue reading