Sunday, February 10, 2013

Downton Abbey

How beautiful was that cricket match all the beautiful
white and wicker. Each time I watch it I love it more and more.
 

11 comments:

newburyarts said...

*****you were lucky with only a foot! here on the coast it is up to
my waist...and shoveling...well, it's like being in this great big
marshmallow factory! monday should
hit 45-50...nothing like new england for weather craziness. stay warm...haven't watched downton abbey yet...fill me in the next time we see each other.

Anonymous said...

fed to the teeth with that show cant wait for something different.

newburyarts said...

*****now it's supposed to rain! thirty inches of snow and now rain?
still aching from the snowball
battle barbara and i had while trying to shovel. her aim is good,
perhaps the red sox are looking for a new pitcher. stay warm and
work on your woolen memories pattern.

Nellie said...

Missed the cricket match! We were switching back and forth to the Grammy Awards.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

We loved it, too! It just gets better and better with all of the twists and turns! Hugs!

Saundra said...

I've heard others who love the show so maybe I'll have to check out some of the first episodes to see to see what it's all about.

Saundra

Trace4J said...

I loved it too.
Watching it for third time. :)
Woolie hugs

Julia said...

I'm glad that you found a show that you like. I haven't watched it yet and of course I hear different points of opinion so I really can't comment on the show.

Have a great day,
JB

Dog Trot Farm said...

Thank goodness for Downton Abbey, honestly the only television program worth viewing...I do believe I have Mr. Dog Trot hooked! Lets hope the sun shines tomorrow!!!

WendyBee said...

Wow, what an episode, eh? I had no idea it would be 2 hours long, so that was a delightful unexpected treat.
It made me want to find out more about Cricket, so that maybe I could understand what was happening a little better. I felt bad for Molsley (sp?), who wanted so desperately to be a hero....I can identify, I am a miserable athlete, but such a wanna-be.....at least I don't (usually) face public humiliation.

judemiller1 said...

This is my first season of watching--I kept hearing my girls talk about how great it was--I am hooked!!