Cheers.
Dani. 23. I am constantly curious. I like books, music, film, travelling, tea, nutrition, rain, old hollywood, words, Audrey Hepburn, the ocean, cats, Vogue, rollercoasters, and my friends & family. I am an avid francophile & anglophile. I call Oregon & New England home.

“And above all, watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you, because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Those who don't believe in magic will never find it.”

-Roald Dahl

Michelle Dockery by Elisabeth Moss. Photography by Boo George for Interview Magazine

“Edith, I know we haven’t always got along, and I doubt things change much in the future, but today I wish you all the luck in the world.”

“Thank you.”

Posted on Sep 30th (9:44pm), 2 years ago

Downton Abbey (TV Series)

First electricity now telephones. Sometimes I feel as if I were living in an H.G. Wells novel.

Posted on May 12th (5:49pm), 2 years ago
npr:

It was my ambition to create cocktails for all three Crawley sisters (because original cocktails for the whole cast, while admirable, might be a bit daunting). First up is Sybil, the youngest, and my (and maybe your) personal favorite. Sybil is so easy to like…she’s sweet without being saccharine, headstrong, and a bit stubborn. For her, I created a cocktail with delicate, rarefied flavors (St. Germain and champagne) that’s grounded with something a bit more everyman (London dry gin). The end product is sweet, lovely, and stronger than you’d expect.
Lady Sybilmakes 1 cocktail1 oz gin3/4 oz St. Germain elderflower liqueurbrut champagne, chilled
Combine the gin and St. Germain over ice. Shake and strain into a flute. Top with champagne. (via Downton Abbey Cocktails: Sybil | The Kitchn)
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