I love a happy, unexpected little confluence of events. I just had one and I thought that you, my Sweets, might enjoy it too. I was looking for a passage in Vita and Harold: The Letters of Vita Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson, edited by Nigel Nicolson, (you can purchase it here at Amazon.com) this evening (oh, and for a reason completely unrelated to Sissinghurst, you garden lovers, you)
when I came across this grouping of letters about that monarch-crushing American, Mrs. Simpson
and a very timely reference to The King's Speech (sound familiar), the name of that much lauded movie I had just told Husband I wanted to see this weekend.
A happy little confluence of events that I thought you might enjoy as well, in addition to the book which is a jewel in its own right. :)
Labels: Harold Nicolson, Linda's Library, The King's Speech Mrs. Wallace Simpson, Vita Sackville-West