Wednesday, August 8, 2007

The Spiced Tea Party tea party

So I am typing this on the fly before I dash off to work (I think I'm going to be late to work but as far as I'm concerned, that's ok as I was there until 9pm last night, hence me not having this post prepared!)... so I reserve the right to come back and fix typos, etc tonight.

Anyway, at the National conference for Romance Writers of America (RWA), we gals got together, along with Lucienne Diver, agent, and some gals from Pam and Jane's talk and had some tea, some chatter and some Tim Tams.

Here's Pam -- just one look and you know it has to be her:

Jane and Kate stopped talking and posed for their shot. (By the way, their workshop was most excellent and a lot of fun! Kate moderated it.)

And here's Diana Cosby (newly sold), Sharon Page and moi. Note the small evidence of Tim Tams in front of me.

We had a most delightful tea party, although the tea was too far down the large cup for Jane to successfully do a Tim Tam slam, but oh well, maybe next year...

I have one more picture but I'll put that up on my website, er, sometime soon.

7 comments:

Kate Pearce said...

Don't we all look FAB!
thanks for the photos, I didn't even remember you taking them :)

Pam Rosenthal said...

Thanks for catching me in Theorygirl mode, Celia -- and thanks to everybody who came to the workshop, which turned out so much fun, and the tea party was well.

And does anyone remember the name of the lovely, smart, blond woman in the picture with me? I had a great time talking to her, and... oh dear, senior moment.

janegeorge said...

Pam, I want to say her name was Kecia. But I'm probably wrong. She gave me her business card. I shall try and hunt it down.

Jane Lockwood said...

That was such fun, and although you didn't put on the chin filter, Kate, you did put on the arm flab filter and I thank you for it.
And yes, that is absolutely Pam in teaching mode!

Kate Pearce said...

That's Kecia Dilday!

Celia May Hart said...

Yep, that's Kecia Dilday. I have her email, Pam, if you want me to send it off-Blogger!

Pam Rosenthal said...

Yes thanks, Celia, I'd love to get Kecia's email address... I probably have her card somewhere too, where I probably have a lot of stuff from National I haven't yet gone thru.