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And you have friends in Ireland?
Do you do a great deal of entertaining when you're --
Well, I don't intend to, but I'll have five or six friends
visiting me and it will result in some entertaining, no doubt, and
we've already had charming invitations by people there, to dine with
them and lunch withthem, and so it will eventually develop into some
entertaining. But I'm really not a great -- I'm not really a great
hostess. I don't really entertain a lot. In my opinion, at all.
But I enjoy going out a little. What I really like is to see beautiful
houses and gardens and lovely scenery, don't you?
Well, there are plenty of them in Ireland.
That's right. That's why I thought I'd go.
Do you do a lot of motoring around?
I think I will, yes. And then in December of '70, in order
to invite a large number of friends, I gave a cocktail dance, which
That's getting back to the old idea of the tea dance.
Yes, it was like a tea dance. It makes a possibility for
people to mix around, dance in one room, and they have a chance to
circulate, and it seems gayer than just a cocktail. I got tired of
having a big evening party, at which I went to bed at three a.m. and
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