Growing up it had a certain glittery mystique as the backdrop for all sorts of gossip before you were old or cool enough to go; later on, it was where you gigglingly
decided to go at a fairly lubricated point in the evening when frankly you were old enough to know better.
How disappointing then when she gigglingly
admitted that she'd ordered the guys to help nature along with a good deal of toilet paper padding
My parents would regularly ignore stuffy library etiquette to let my brother and I gigglingly
race each other up the steps to the top to see it and Henry Moore's Falling Warrior.
One of her earliest memories, as the youngest, adored child of an affluent and cultured Armenian family living in Lebanon, is of dancing gigglingly
, gleefully around what she remembers as a "huge table in the big salon, while my sister played Mozart and Brahms on the piano and I waltzed round and round and round-exposed, without realizing it, to classical music.
She was absolutely furious with me and I think she thought that all her friends were laughing about her parents having it off, as they all gigglingly
called the process".