NEWS AND COMMENTARY ON WOMEN'S PROFESSIONAL TENNIS
oh my.....adds a whole new meaning to "High Tea".....love that ginger rump!
should have said - I'm not sure if High Tea is just a British expression? Teeny sandwiches, fancy cakes, and dainty everything - very posh....makes me think of a classy hotel lounge with a Palm Court band in the background, probably playing some gentle Irving Berlin or Gershwin....rather have a cat any day..... :)
High tea is a British expression, but you can find it in the U.S. I can even find it in my small city, where there is an authentic English tea room. But if we want the real high tea with the sherry and the orchestra, we have to go to New Orleans, to the Brit-owned Windsor Court Hotel,
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