Jan 19, 2014 · 11:00 AM
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Dear Friends and Colleagues,
I will be a double five fifty five year old this year.My last big birthday party was forty seven years ago.I was only seven,then.As years passed,I organised amazing birthday parties for my friends,nieces,sons and husband.One of my dear friends who loves classical music generously volunteered,"I want to organise a Music and Happy Birthday Brunch Party for you this time.Would you please invite 30 of your friends and leave the rest of the organisation to me?"
How could I have a brunch celebration and not invite my London Non-Fiction Books and Brunch Club members who gave me so much pleasure and enlightenment?
The birthday will take place at a lovely very private venue.Therefore,I would only be able to accept friends who have attended at least one event since the club was founded.I would also like to invite as a once in a year exception to the rule either your partner or a close friend whom you consider special.
STRICTLY,YES VERY STRICTLY NO PRESENTS PLEASE! When one reaches the ripe age of fifty five,fifty five corners of one's house become full to the brim.However,if you like what you see,love what you hear and delight in what you taste,I will definitely not say no to £12.50 per person donation to one of my favourite educational charities that provides financial support to music students of exceptional talent but limited means.
My e-mail is [masked] sign up on Meetup and e-mail me so that I can send you the venue details.LET'S ALL CELEBRATE...