My sister-in-law knew I would love
this year's tea calendar and I sure do.
|It's time to enjoy some of the fun things|
we have recieved for Christmas.
|My dear friend in Canada sent me many|
wonderful gifts. Many were tea-themed
because she knew I would love them.
Fortnum & Mason is one of my 2 favorite
stores in London and their tea is the best.
|Lady B and I always wish we could have a tea house.|
We are always saying, "If I had my tea room...."
Well, if I had mine, wouldn't this tea towel make a
wonderful chair cover?
|Teapot number 2 from the top looks like one we|
received as a wedding gift. I love the graphics.
We could frame it too for that illusive tea room.
|Here is another wonderful towel my Canadian friend gifted me|
along with this enamel teapot which I Adore!!!
|She also sent me a tea towel from the Empress Hotel|
in Victoria. We had a glorious tea there when we visited.
|Another tea towel~|
love this fabric~
you will see why...
|It is right at home in my blue and white|
china filled home.
|My sister in law gave me these sweet little napkins.|
|I know others have shown this book before.|
It also came from my friend in Canada and I must tell
you it is so wonderful. You would enjoy it greatly and I
am sure like me, you will want to go to every Betty's.
|Yesterday Lady B and I went out to tea in|
a cute little thriving tea place. We both
came home with a treasure besides the
memory of a lovely tea afternoon.
|I have never heard of this china name before. It is called Royal Taunton. Up close the gold designs look like little snowflakes.|
Ah, sweet thoughts of blooming roses in the middle of winter...
|My pal in Canada also finds fun tea cards for me.|
Don't you love him?
He looks blissful, content and is smiling under his mustache.
Wish you could fly over and have a cuppa with him as I do?