A Wine Drinker Rambling about Wine

Friday Morning; Trying to Post on the Go

Good Friday morning friends!

In 5 days, I and my band marching offspring will fly to the bustling city of London and tour till our toes fall off. Then the kids will march around the streets past the heart of London in funny looking outfits joyously playing their little hearts out in the London New Year’s Day Parade.

It’s not everyday one receives an invitation from the Lord Mayor of London to celebrate with the Royals. I’m hoping for a seat next to Harry and Megan in the Grand Stands, or at least in the same section. Heck, I’d settle for a spot next to Wills and Kate. Anyway, I thought I’d see if I can manage posting from my phone about the trip. It might be a tall order for me but WordPress is fully equipped to handle it with the exception of one uncontrollable variable: the faulty flaky human. Anyway, this is my trial run so to speak. The posts may be nothing more than pictures and probably sideways at best! Oh well.

If anyone has tips on getting wine back safely, please do tell. I have my heart set on bringing home bottles of that English Sparkling Wine I’ve heard so much about but didn’t order the wine sleeves on Amazon my resourceful cousin told me to. I’m a procrastinator till the very end.

Ok. I need to wrap this up. Have a happy Christmas and if you see one word titled posts with only a picture. Well, you’ll know at least I tried!


  1. Yep, those padded wine sleeves are the best! You can still probably get them in time from Amazon. Personally, I wouldn’t buy any wine in London, but you’re more of the expert! Take advantage of the fabulous mulled wine there, though. In a pub, of course! Have a great trip!

  2. What an exciting adventure! Enjoy London and your kids’ performance. I look forward to reading your posts. Cheers!

  3. So exciting! Have great time in one of the world’s greatest cities! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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