Ladies Christmas Lunch at Cameron House
What a hoot! Lunch at The Boathouse at Cameron House run by Linsey P Cox .
Went alone and everyone was gathered in little groups. Tried to see a friendly face I knew but nobody was there. Saw what I thought was someone else on their own as she was standing alone just inside the door. I asked her “Are you here on your own” and as quick as a flash she replied “No but if you are you can come and join us”. WALLLL how’s that for friendly. As we chatted I could hear that this lady really knew her stuff and was happy to share it too, encouraging me and giving me very helpful information. As the photographer snapped the size 8’s in their designer dresses, Lesley Baxter and I walked through to find out where we were sitting. As fate would have it we were not only at the same table but seated together. Just another coincidence?
The entertainment was fantastic and the fashion show was amazing BY STORM, of course everyone loved the fashion (tartan spectacular) and the gorgeous models but the only man in the place got the biggest applause with a few un-lady like whistles thrown in and no wonder – have a look at his picture below - swoon.
Met some cool young ladies Sharon and Maddie and got to hear about some secrets regarding crows feet frown lines and lip-enhancement. So next time you see me I might look 20 years younger with a brilliant kisser on board (not the male model in the kilt – My lips).
Last but not least the lady I got to speak to was Marion Freil. One sweet darling lady. Unfortunately she had to leave a little early but hopefully we will meet again for a coffee and some cake. This lady has a diamond heart. She also had the most gorgeous broach on her jacket. It was of an angel and she admitted her great love of Angels.
The meal was scrumptious too so well done Cameron House. Service was superb.
I was also treated to a photograph session with the fabulous Lisa Clelland who recently gave a talk to 4 networking group at the Church on The Hill in Battlefield. She told us how to take photographs and taught us about depth and angles and showed us lovely professional photographs she had taken.
Although I didn’t get a chance to speak to anyone else they all seemed to have a ball.
When’s the next one then?
Linsey raised £8,000 for The Variety Club
tartan for Joyce Young By Storm