|Well, as long as MARY says it's okay...because we all know that whatever Mary wants, Mary gets.|
The Lord, however, doesn't think it's such a hot idea.
Daisy will be taking exams in order to further her education, but Mr. Mason wins, as he is in possession of a sweet-a$$ sink. Mr. Molesley has been an integral part of Daisy's education, but it's actually done him as much good as it has done her.
|AAAAHHHHH!!!!! THIS SINK!!!!! I *HEART* IT!!!|
I like Molesley, as he is entering a mid-life resurrection. *More about that in the spring!* He is going to take a test to do something in the school...a general knowledge test. This is like when I win trivia every Tuesday, I think.
|Y'all, I CANNOT tell you how OBSESSED I am with this house!!!|
Cora is going to run the hospital board...but what will Dame Maggie say?
"I've had one career already, bringing up my daughters. They don't need me now, so I'm ready for the next." Lady speaks the truth.
Tom and Henry talk cars at a dinner party in London. Everyone is a war widow except Mary. At the end of the meal, Mary and Henry walk back to her lodging, and then...of course...there's rain. Because they have to run for cover and then he can kiss her. Tom gives Mary advice that's pro-Henry, and we will not see Mary and her brother-in-law get together, as they will remain more of a brother and sister, so if you had ANY hopes of that happening, you can throw them into the fire now.
Mrs. Patmore's house is ready for visitors and her niece is going to run it. I have a niece, and I would trust her to run my house, but right now she's twelve, so...
Last week, if you recall, Lord Merton introduced his soon-to-be daughter-in-law to Mrs. Crawley.
|This is her and she's very cute and has lovely skin, which is probably why Larry the Douche wants to marry her.|
But does she, really?
Stay tuned for our Thursday Downton Worthy feature and this time, it's from Wayfair!