Which naturally meant the Wine and Whine gals got together to celebrate… each one wearing her loveliest royal hat.
I decided to go one further. Diana pearls, HRM Elizabeth outfit, Camilla stockings and British teeth. I think the overall look was stunning! Who knew shopping vintage could be so much fun?
You really should read all about my experience in Hawaii’s Chinatown. Let me know if you have been there and what your experience was like.
Hey peeps just a reminder to toodle on over to “Such a Nice Surprise” Spring Boutique where I am selling my deliciously delightful Gourmet Goodies.
- Apricot Orange Chutney – great accompaniment for Lamb, Beef, Chicken
- Cabernet Wine Jelly – serve with cheese, crackers, over cream cheese etc.
- Gourmet Chili Sauce – makes everything a gazillion times tastier
- Chocolate Raspberry Sauce – try it on a banana filled crepe – HEAVEN
- Caramel Apple Pie – ice cream, pancakes, or straight from the jar
- Pecan Praline – in a tart or as a topping, you can’t go wrong
With so many upcoming events (Easter, Mothers Day, Fathers Day, graduation etc.) you are certain to find something wonderful.
Runs April 13 – 16 from 11am until 8 pm
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Back from Hawaii with lots to tell … But before I do, let me share a bit about our flights …
> Our outbound flight attendants from SLC to LA were the classic kind that looked down their noses at each passenger and seemed incredibly bored to be amongst the lower classes. Resign yourself to self-suffiecieny because they are just waaaaaaaaay to busy to deal with minions.
> LA to Hawaii – Some of the perkiest fellas ever! Swishy doesn’t begin to describe it … it was more of a sashay-glide thing. SOOOO super swell to watch… beverage service was the BEST. I asked for water, no pretzels etc. Picture this: The right eyebrow raises, the hands fly up to the chest as he exclaims, “oh, honey are you shorrrre about that?” … instant bonding that earned me little winks of understanding the rest of the flight. (in hindsight, he was probably directing those winks to Mr. Farish … who slept almost the entire flight)
> HI back to SLC – definitely the “senior attendants” I swear not a one was under 60 years old! Swear to it! Old, gray and utterly worn out after the first foray down the aisle with the beverage cart. Poor ol’ gays and gals! Lane and I were laughing like giddy punch-drunk college kids as we watched the ubber red lipstick of one glide ever so slowly down her mouth lines and onto her chin … you’ve all seen your Aunt Marge after tea … the cheek powder is caking, the lipstick smearing and oh my, are people really still painting on their eyebrows? (I wonder if one gets tired of always looking so surpised?) I have never in my life seen such a filthy airplane at the conclusion of a flight. The senior citizens, clearly up way past their usual 7 pm bedtime had definitely given in to exhaustion! trash everywhere and believe it or not, some of the seniors were actually sitting down instead of thanking us for flying … I think the utterance of a simple “Buh-bye” might very well have exhausted their very last breath… therefore, conserve.
Sometimes the in-flight antics are better than the in-flight movies … of which I saw many.
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