Life in the closing days of the empire
Wow. Those are some kind of photos of Nigella. Nice to have found you via FatScribe.....
Definitely similarities in the coloring, although Ms. Graham doesn't hold a candle to Nigella's more infamous assets. I blame Hollywood.MT
"Nigella's more infamous assets"Here's my idea of Nigella's "more infamous assets":http://bookfinds.com/blog/2010/10/26/nigellas-library/
While not suggesting for even a moment she is being anything less than a lady, Ms. Saatchi's infamous assets do get considerable air time on her programs. I've long been envious of the photo of Nigella's library. I wonder if the Lib. of Congress would sent their spares my way.
Both wonderful. I'd never considered the similarity before. Oh, Toad. I have great news. I was just published in my favourite national magazine. Three page feature. As you've been so kind in the past, I wanted to share that with you.I've also been published in three books over the last year - one in Ireland, one in the US, and one is published this month in England.I hope you are well. Rebecca x
Someone once wrote "When you see Nigella lick the icing spoon, you'll forget all about mom or grannie in the kitchen", and I did, and I did, respectively.
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