Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Downton Abbey Time

I didn't begin watching Downton Abbey until well into the third season. 
At that time, I ordered Seasons 1, 2, and 3 and binge-watched those seasons
in less than 2 weeks.  I ordered and watched Seasons 4 and 5 the same way.
Season 6 arrived at my door Tuesday, January 26th, just as Amazon promised. 
I will binge-watch this season, too,  
I promise not to give away the story line as the season continues on PBS.

5 comments:

Rosemary said...

It will be sad to say goodbye to the characters of Downton Abbey. We are planning two farewell teas in April before we hang up our aprons!

relevanttealeaf said...

I have the DVD's for Seasons 1-5, but I won't get Season 6 until it's over on TV. I like the suspense of seeing it week by week, and I've had the pleasure during Season 6 of having my daughter come over on Sunday nights to watch it with me. On another topic...I like the teapot lamp setting next to your DVD's. I have it too and it sits in a prominent place in my living room.

Debbie@LooseLeafClub said...


Hi Linda,

I have been a fan of loose leaf tea for many years. I never realized there were so many other devoted followers, lol. I am enjoying reading your blog and seeing all your beautiful pictures.
I am considering starting a subscription box focusing on loose tea and was wondering if you have any insight into concepts left out of the current subscription boxes on the market today or had any suggestions on what things you would like to see in a loose leaf tea subscription box? I would appreciate any advice.

Best regards,

Debbie Warren

Marilyn Miller said...

Enjoy the binge and hope it includes a big pot of tea. I don't like watching it on our TV, the sound isn't very good. So I am watching it each week on Monday mornings online. Loving it.

Winifred said...

Enjoy it while it lasts. We watched the last one in the Christmas 2015 special. Shame it was very good, especially Maggie Smith my favourite.

Another I love is Call the Midwife a brilliant series about post war life in the poverty stricken East End of London. Much more realistic than Downton and amazingly popular.

 

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