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Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Mr. Toast's Tea.


Today is the event of the anticipated Mr. Toast's First Annual Christmas Tea, held in the snow-filled mountains of Aspen, Colorado.
It is planned to be the most magical of times.
Please won't you join us, there will be lots of delicious treats, and of course the very BEST of teas.
You may read all about it here....... http://goodteatoo.blogspot.com/

I'm running behind schedule, one of those unfortunate things I'm afraid.
However, I have notified our gracious host and he is most understanding.


I'll be wearing this tapestry gown, I hope you approve.



We have the accommodations booked, and shall be arriving shortly.




I'm delighted to bring all the guests a little Christmas gift, I hope you'll enjoy.




Oooh, I'll be bringing along a friend........
I do hope it's OK.



Lillibet

19 comments:

...mmm... said...

Well Josepheine, ow cozy is that? I can't wait to hobnob with another ex-pat. You are gogin to look smashing in that tapestry gown, if I do say so.

I am adding you to my promoters write ups sidebar. Do check it out when you get here. you will be a fine addition to our Tea. No worries you still have time to get here.

Carol said...

It all looks very romantic :)

bennie and patsy said...

I must say I always wanted to take a romp in the Aspen snow.
Patsy

DJan said...

Ohhh... gasp. I've nothing to wear but my sweats, so it will be awhile before I arrive. Bets (if I may call you that), your tapestry dress is absolutely divine. Your invitation is so SWELL. :-) :-)

jeannette stgermain said...

You bring along a friend in chains?
You are ready for the Christmas tea, I see! I love the gown - beautiful!!

Lizzie said...

Well, well...look at you! All sparkly and fantastic. Ohh...and Jonathan, ey?.... :)

Dave Pie-n-Mash said...

Well, quite the tea party you have going on there... Phil the Greek, that Austrian Nazi chick that married Prince Michael (she thinks she more royal than the Queen) and Henry VIII.
Toast a crumpet for me..

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Forget the tea.... I want to take a sleigh ride in that snow.... WOW!!!!
Hugs,
Betsy

Betsy said...

Oh, fashionably late, I say! And that gown is simply devine!

Margaret said...

I love the dress! Applique, or embroidery? It must have taken many a night to finish such exquisite work!

Kathy G said...

Your gown is wonderful. I think I'll feel under dressed compared to you :-)

Poetikat said...

Love your gown, darling and your "friend" is so regal looking.

Smitten by Britain said...

Hey- he was supposed to MY date! ;-)

Maggie's garden said...

That tapestry gown is gorgeous. Missed you at the tea.

Mary said...

When you entered the room in that gown did you hear all the gasps? Stunning!!

Have to say I never attended a tea so swell as this when growing up in Devon - my maiden aunts
Sunday afternoon affairs were so staid and boring!!

Have a safe trip home from Aspen.

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Oooh such a wonderful evening was had by all !
It was so delightful to finally meet up with everyone, what a fun bunch, and wasn't Mr. Toast just the BEST host.
Between the mile high thin air, and the mulled wine, I'm ready for a good night's sleep, so sweet dreams to you all !

Martha said...

Ah, snow . . .

Brit Gal Sarah said...

YUM! and I don't mean the tea ;-)

Rosa said...

So happy to have found you!!! Love this show!!! Hope you're not too terribly homesick. But I know you are. Nothing like Jolly O'!