I was invited to go to a talk tonight with a lovely friend who works at the University Gallery... I am tickled by the title "The Importance of living up to one's teapot". Considering I buy a bunch of those inexpensive ceramic ones just so I can have one morning noon and night and guests too... I don't appear to have much to 'live up to'... my elegant silver one with legs.. is filthy and in long need of a good silvo polish.. but who's got time for that??... ack... I remember that was a chore when I was young to polish the silver.
Topic: ‘The Importance of living up to one’s teapot’ Lecturer: Mr LARS THARP (UK)
Almost missed delivery for the art show... phew.. thankfully a nice lady rang and 'no.. the message on fb saying Mon and Tue delivery was wrong' ... so dashed over there looking like the wreck of the hespice hahaha. i love that saying... no idea what the hespice is but sounds convincing.
That's it my loves, I don't have another thing I can think of before having to dry my hair, fix face, get dressed, find dinner and leave the house at 6.15.
I'll tell you how the teapot talk went on tomorrows post :)
love Denise xo
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“There are very few human beings who receive the truth, complete and staggering, by instant illumination. Most of them acquire it fragment by fragment, on a small scale, by successive developments, cellularly, like a laborious mosaic.”