Sunday, October 28, 2012

Fifth Annual Willow Manor Ball


This is the fifth annual Willow Manor Ball and we are all invited!  Just peak through your closet and find something comfortable.  I did!


Oh... and it IS a masked ball.  So what happens in Willow Manor, stays in Willow Manor.  


The elegant evening is an event that leaves us all breathless as we dance the night away or settle into a corner and listen to poetry from the Bard himself!  It is all possible.   Feet will never ache and one can eat all the wonderful food and never get full ... really do swing by.  HERE  There is a linky which enables one to visit all of those in attendance!  The comments at the bottom of the post tell all the juicy tidbits and gossip...

Benjamin Adams

I just put a few bobbie pins in my hair and grabbed the jeweled shoes and ear-bobs from the family safe 


and grabbed my date's delicious arm.  My date?  


As I am sure many of the women will be bringing many poetic and brilliant minds to this affair, I thought I would bring the fun!  


Matthew Morrison doesn't need the girl
as I am going with him, but I'm willing to share.
(the first half of the video is of Matthew singing "All I need is the girl")

All we have to do is say "Darling, I'm yours" and he will take us for a whirl ...





20 comments:

Karen S. said...

Your gown is stunning! I didn't dare wear red, but do it so well! I am going to hold you to sharing your date as well...so don't get to close to me on the dance floor!

Helen said...

Wouldn't you know it? I am a Gleek too!

That red gown, it is so spectacular ... I turned green with envy when you waltzed through the door. (Though Jude assured me I was still the Belle of the Ball!)

Jacqui Binford-Bell said...

Love that red gown. I decided to go more subtle to not show up my mask. But red is so delicious. And the shoes are to die for.

Daniel LaFrance said...

Romance, elegance and a great personality. You've got it all.

Simply beautiful!

Bee's Blog said...

So elegant. The shoes are wonderful as is the dress.

So glad you made it.

Heaven said...

The dress, shoes, hair and jewelry - stunning and lovely ~

Great to see you here ~

Grace

Carolina Linthead said...

Dear Lady Margaret! I have been so withdrawn for so long...so glad to see you again! You are lovely, as always, and it is my great pleasure to spend time with you this evening.

Tess Kincaid said...

Exquisite dress!!! You look absolutely dreamy this evening, dear friend. So happy to see you at Willow Manor!

ReBelle said...

Gasp! Breathtaking on all counts.

Kathy G said...

Lucky you...I had to search for WEEKS to find a gown, but you had the perfect one in your closet!

Susan said...

So I stumbled into this ballroom way after midnight AFTER I turned back to a mere cinder girl. I had no idea the guy was that energetic. He could probably dance all night. Bye now.

Green Speck said...

Lovely pics !!!

Justine said...

wow that first shot is absolutely stunning!

ninotaziz said...

Oh my God - he is so delicious!

Other Mary said...

You look maaavelous daaaaling! (and so does your date!) Oh and I'll send you some seeds from my dress tree so you can grow your own. I don't think it will be mature and producing by next year's ball though. lol, What fun!

Yoli said...

It was a pleasure meeting you and your date at the ball!

Ginnie said...

OMG. It's that time of the year again already??? I've never done this, Margaret, but I sure have enjoyed seeing what others have blogged over the years. This is fabulous! :)

Trellissimo said...

I'd have asked you for the first dance, if I'd been there...

Susie Clevenger said...

What a beautiful dress and accessories. This was so much fun...like your date. :)

Mary said...

Ah, what a lovely event!!