Oct 24, 2010

Not Yet

we didn't make it to Paris this weekend, not yet - but hopefully she's in our near future. in the meantime we did ...

- get all dolled up for a classical concert @ Royal Albert Hall





- do what all dolled up people should do after a fancy shmancy concert, and hit up a late night diner for pancakes
- explore Parsons Green
- help our friends paint their new flat, minus the painting part
- go to church
- eat THE MOST DELICIOUS indian food at "the painted heron" (and were treated by our generous friends)
- have the boys of Camden over for dinner (matt's brother & roomies)
- play games
- and do what i LOVE to do most, PLANNED future outings (like Paris and Florence and Thanksgiving)

life here isn't nearly as lonely these days. i've actually been rather busy, but busy is a relative term. (i still want you to come visit) most recently, i'm anticipating my pending membership in the Kensington & Chelsea Women's Club - where i can attend book clubs, luncheons, italian conversation groups, interior decor classes, cooking lessons and all other matters of self-improvement as scheduled in their monthly catalogue. (i could even join their accapella group if i could sing- which i can't)

it's late and i'm off to bed.
but i really like snail mail. and maybe if you're bored, or if you want a postcard from london, you'd like to be my pen pal?

33 colville terrace
raised ground floor
london, w112bu
united kingdom

xoxo

7 comments:

donya gjerdingen said...

I'd love to be your penpal! But I'm just a boring girl from Minnesota... I'll continue reading about your wonderful life on your blog :) The Women's Club sounds wonderful.

The Castletons said...

Keep your eyes peeled for good deals from LA to London! We would love to plan a visit!

kristin said...

oh how I love Royal Albert Hall, both inside and out! Looks like your seats were better than those I got for Jake and I. Standing room only. That Handel's Messiah feels like an eternity when you stand the whole time.

Teri said...

I saw Elton John at the Royal Albert many years ago. It looks just as awesome as I remember it. Love hearing about all your London activities!

siovhan said...

you look AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

and if you take those interior design classes i want to see your work! you're already incredible!

mbobm said...

i'll be your pen pall.

Brittmae said...

I love that you have "raised ground floor" in your address...how cute and British is that? Seriously...my address would say squatty 70s duplex...not nearly as lovely.