a delicious night chez ABM: The Women (original), 1930s decor, tea and a black cat.


a truly delicious evening.

If you watch The Women, you would feel instantly better (and we felt prettier and witty and tres glam watching it at his beautiful pied a terre sur le upper west side of this crazy town).



powder puff clouds.


tea set – and a black cat with dainty white paws called squeaky.


Very Elegant Swellagant 1930s decor.


white roses, artfully arranged. and a vintage candlestick (heirloom? mais bien sur, cheri)


a final word from squeaky.

goodnight darlings, today was a great day.

We forgot!

It started with a Lovely Conversation with lady-of-letters over tea chez nous, with mint from her own terrace garden. So Chic.


4 thoughts on “a delicious night chez ABM: The Women (original), 1930s decor, tea and a black cat.

  1. Moonlight says:

    Happy that you enjoyed a wonderful evening and felt pretty & witty.
    Squeaky looks like she/he really knows how to throw a tea party :)


  2. Gym C says:

    The Women — L’amoure, l’amoure, toujours l’amoure …. lawd knows i’ve been on that train to Reno more times than i’d care to admit.
    i’m so glad you are in good spirits.
    Give that, G of B (Greg B from the desert) a big hug for me ….. he is suposed to give you one from me as well …. lol… (i love all this vicarious hugging i’m doing)

    1. teamgloria says:

      darling Gym!

      GB just landed. And he’s On the Train to Penn.

      Ah yes, we are familiar with the metaphorical Reno route too ;)

      So lovely to hear your voice and your virtual squeeze.

      _tg xx

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