Monday, February 16, 2009

Polite Conversations

Asked I, "Kind sir, would you be so good enough to use my motion picture camera to take a portrait?"
"Here my love, let me take another..." said he.
"My good man! You shall not take another picture!"
::smiles::

And with that dear ladies, I am off to enjoy an evening with my friends for a Presidential evening in honor of Theodore Roosevelt. It will be a delight, especially as I am going along as "a friend of the Roosevelt family."

11 comments:

Elisabeth said...

Cheri, that is so pretty! Great job. Hope you enjoyed your evening. :)

Sarah M said...

The Hinkles, eh? :) Have a great time!

Rachel said...

Love it, Cheri! You look lovely and I look forward to hearing how your time went. I'm sure it will be quite the experience; I have heard amazing things about Mr. Hinkle's TR impersonation.

Cheri said...

Thankyou, Elisabeth. I was happy that is still sort-of fit after making it a couple years ago.

Sarah, yes it was with the Hinkles. I met Mr. Pete Olsen there and he invited me to a meeting this Thursday night, so I may be seeing you in a few days. =)

Rachel, it went very well. I ended up being Mrs. Roosevelt's sister, Emily. =) And yes, Mr. Hinkle is an *excellant* impersonator!

YayaOrchid said...

Beautiful dress Cheri!! I'm sure you had a wonderful time!

Here's the link to the tea store:

http://www.englishteastore.com/eagrcrtea.html

And here's the link to Anna's post about the tea:
http://pleasantviewschoolhouse.blogspot.com/2005/09/best-tea-ever.html

Sarah Jane said...

You look beautiful! Hope you have many more lovely evenings like this one! What fun it sounds like!

Mrs.KAOS said...

You look lovely, I hope you had fun.

Cheri said...

Aww, thanks so much, ladies! I did indeed, thoroughly enjoyed myself. =)

Lisa said...

Lovely, Cheri! And the dress is pretty too. :)

Oh my, living history sounds like so much fun... musn't be jealous now...

Love you & miss your smile!
~Lisa

Cheri said...

You're so sweet Lisa! Thankyou. =) But don't be to jealous though, as that evening was probbaly the first and the last with any kind of "living history" and reenacting, unfortunately.

Miss you too! Alot.

Alexandra said...

Wow, you looked lovely! How fun!!!