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One of the sweetest tidbits found in the book is that the family used to regularly get together for “Mother Daughter Teas,” where the three women would spend an afternoon shopping, gossiping, and presumably eating tiny sandwiches with their pinkies aloft while Janet doled out motherly advice. The tradition of high tea is believed to have started in England in the mid 1700s as a glorified afternoon snack, served between 3 and 4 o’clock.

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