Tuesday, December 27, 2005

London is for Lovers and Their Mothers

This is the start of a longer entry. Or perhaps several short ones. I've got jet lag and work to do, so it may take a few days to get it all out. Meanwhile, here are a couple of pictures for you of my younger daughter and her fiance who were the reason I traveled across the pond for the holiday. Still to come -- the homemade, genuine English Christmas pudding. The lubricated toasts and liberally overserved guests at the lively holiday dinner. With an homage to the dessert that was five limes and a cup of sugar short of a pie.

I don't think my daughter stopped smiling during my entire visit. Neither did her fiance for that matter. They are so excited about getting married. And you're all invited.  Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa. 





ally123130585918 said...

Tell me when the wedding is going to take place - where and what time - I will be there Mrs L...(you did say we were all invited ????)   Ally

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annkiesler said...

In London?  Is it snowing yet?  And literally only 69 miles from me.  So, how do you rate an English Christmas?

Happy festivities.


ksquester said...

So, let me know, I DO have my social calendar to clear you know! While you're at it, what the heck is "figgy pudding?"    Anne

sunnyside46 said...

oh, I want to hear all about it! I
want to go to London!

artloner said...

She is simply stunning, honey.

*what to wear, what to wear?


sdoscher458 said...

Oh she is going to make a beautiful bride, they make a nice looking couple. Glad you were able to visit over there with them.....love your stories about England too...Sandi http://journals.aol.com/sdoscher458/LifeIsFullOfSurprises

screaminremo303 said...

He seems really happy.

He hasn't read your journal yet, has he?

meforevermore said...

Aww... Congrats! They're so cute together. Glad you had a good trip!