Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Anyone for Tea?

I am so excited to be visiting London once again!  The days are zooming by and preparations are in full swing.  Items to be packed are starting to accumulate on the bed in our spare room and The Heiress has her visa.

The Heiress will be so busy familiarizing herself with her new surrounding in Kent that she will barely notice my absence.  But I will really be missing her.  It would be more than wonderful for me if anyone would be interested in getting together for a cup of tea!

Since you all have busy lives I'm hoping you're free on September 18, which is a Sunday.  R thinks I could give Barbara Walters a run for her money as I'm always so full of questions and conversation so please don't be shy!  I promise you we will have lots of fun and the more the merrier!  Once I have an idea who is available then together we can plan somewhere central and with a daughter costing us a King's ransom, inexpensive.

Consult your calendar and please leave a comment or send me an email.  If I don't hear from you then don't be surprised to hear from me!  Hope you can make it.

9 comments:

  1. I don't arrive in London until the next day, so will miss this lovely get together. Have a wonderful time!

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  2. I'll be returning from Munich that evening so will miss the meet-up, but I hope you have lots of fun chatting (and eating cake, I hope) with everyone!

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  3. Oh I wish I could be there. But with The Heiress in Kent keeping fingers crossed you'll be making another visit before too long!

    K x

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  4. How is the heiress doIng lately ?

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  5. Darlene, just in case you didn't know - that's our Open House weekend, so there might be some place you'd like to visit that isn't generally open. Also, some that are generally open are free to get in that weekend. The downside is there's often a queue! There's a Virginia Woolf walk which might appeal to you, also 19 Princelet St in Spitalfields - I don't know what it's like inside as it's hardly ever open!

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  6. mary, Well that's a lovely idea! I'll have to find out what's on offer and I really like the idea of a VW walk. The Heiress wants me to point out her Gordon Square address. Thanks so much!

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  7. It's on Sunday, Darlene, if you get the urge, 11am or 2.30 from 29 Fitzroy Square, lasts hour and a half. Numbers limited so wouldn't turn up at last minute.

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