"She was the leading lady in society, the one everybody looked up to. She was the first to make the change from tea in the morning to coffee, but traditions are traditions, and afternoon tea was not to be touched. But while she was a leader, she was also a gentle and caring soul. When someone got sick or had a little new, or if anything good or bad happened to somebody, she was the first to go and see if she could help in any way. And she never came empty winged, she always had a little gift with her, and always was it the perfect thing for the situation."