Mrs. DeGroot, etiquette consultant, has, on
numerous occasions, studied both good and bad etiquette. She has
extensive experience in both party going and party giving, and has
always taken a special interest in human behavior, especially kindness,
generosity, and hospitality. Kindergarteners, university
students, and businesses have benefited from her
With manners becoming an Endangered Species Mrs.
DeGroot is working tirelessly to start a Social Epidemic of Good Manners,
deviously targeting the children, with her well-aimed arrows of
gentle instruction. Her enthusiasm for good etiquette is infectious.
Regifting Interview - NPR
特集・子供に人気の習い事： マナー Wallingford Charm
"Full Plate" Seattle's
Child, January 2008
"Seattle Metropolitan Magazine", April 2007, "Growing Up Seattle Style"
Magazine, page 17, "Holiday Etiquette, Survival Tips," December 2006
The Seattle Times: Northwest Life: Is it R.I.P. for the RSVP? What to do
when guests don't reply to invitations
The Seattle Times: How to dress for the prom
The Seattle Times: Manners manor: Pupils enter as children, leave as
The Seattle Times: The gifts that keep on regifting
December 2004 Seattle Magazine.