M'lady, Lady Grace of Disneyville at Sewingopolis, once again entertained at a grand and glorious tea. Okay, so she decided that cold pineapple juice would taste better but still called it a *tea*. I mean, calling it a *juice* just does NOT have the same elegant flair. As usual, Earl Kipper McGee of Kempcadia...the flamboyant eldest son of Dame Ednanny Liverspot , was on hand. He never turns down a good tea. Also on hand was.... the Grand Duchess Olivinia Delectibunny of Boydsville who was making her first visit to the glorious abode of Lady Grace. She pronounced it, "Quite quaint quarters" to the delight of all. The Earl brought along his dear sister, Lady Lucille Eleanor MonterantzMcGuillicuddy Ricardo McFadden McGee. Now the lady is a beauteous creature but oh.... ...once she spied the many tasty offerings that Lady Grace had prepared for her guests... ...she tossed away all decorum and leaped upon the table! Oh what a shock it was to everyone! Truth be told, Lady Lucille has a taste for the...*ssshhh* c..a..t..n..i..p..and oh what it does to her manners. Deplorable! As horrendous as this was, Lady Lucille had also brought along her other brother, the ne'erdowell Earl Henry James Higgins Ford Fred Mertz McGee who passed among the guests begging, pausing only to chase a poor, bedraggled mouse that wandered in from the field. The Grand Duchess Olivinia was appalled by the behavior of these two and seemed aghast that these ruffians could be related to Earl Kipper. Earl Kip, a most polished and fastidious gentleman almost never forgets his manners...well, almost never. The ever thoughtful Lady Grace even provided the most elegant of receptacles for the guest's retainers while the dined. Of course, Lady Grace was the only one who actually HAS a retainer but we digress... Here she can be seen partaking of her tea...er...pineapple juice, which she slurped, most elegantly, from a spoon. Pinkie up of course! Here we see Earl Kip discussing the lack of hamburger snacks with one of the help, a Miss Susie Q who, much to our despair, was slow to serve, dull witted and clumsy. Here is our glorious hostess, Lady Grace bidding Earl Kip a fond farewell. We also see the Earl's footman, a man he calls simply...Hawkeye. Wilbur Hawkeye was johnny on the spot to attend to the Earl and, while we forgive him for smooching the poor, plain Susie Q, we will find it difficult to forgive his very unglamorous tea attire. Here's to our Lady Grace and the hope that you too will receive an invitation to her next soiree!