Saturday, October 20, 2007

Tea Rejuvenates


Tea helps our head and heart.
Tea medicates most every part.
Tea rejuvenates the very old.
Tea warms the hands of those who're cold.

J. Jonkers

Although I don't recall where I first found this picture, it is one of my favorites because it tells a story and elicits an emotional response from the viewer. This could be your Grandma, or mine. . .and nothing sounds nicer than sipping a cup of tea with Grandmother!



13 comments:

  1. Such a sweet picture...wish I had a grandma!

    Kimmie
    mama to 6
    one homemade and 5 adopted

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  2. What a unique photo of days gone by, of simpler times and simple pleasures.

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  3. This reminds me of coming home from college and sitting down for a chat and a cup of tea with my mother. I can still see the teapot, which has since disappeared from her belongings.

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  4. What memories....how sweet to enjoy a little tea and a good friend! Thanks for sharing!

    blessings, kari and kijsa

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  5. Great picture, you are right....and the poem is cute too...and oh so true..
    Thank you for my bookmark...plan to scan it and thank you on my blog this week..I LOVE it..
    and the card too...
    Deby

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  6. What a wonderful week your having. I 'll go make another cup of tea. I had a nice ginger cup earlier. It is wonderful for digestion. I love green tea and stevia too.

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  7. Your package arrived. It was a lovely way to end a hectic week. What beautiful work! Check our my blog today for a thank-you. Happy Sunday!

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  8. yes, this picture captures all the emotion and atmosphere of a relaxing cuppa tea.

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  9. such a sweet picture

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  10. Such a nice picture! The young serving the old...life as it should be :0)
    Hilda Rebecca
    God Bless

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  11. I miss my Nunnie. Every day I think of her. I was so blessed to have her for the first 27 years of my life. Ok so now I'm crying....

    Love,
    Julie

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  12. Very sweet picture. I miss my grandma too. She loved china teacups. I wish I could have her back again to share a tea party.

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  13. I served tea today!

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