Good Morning!Already finished my first cup of tea! Just curious... how did you first come to have such a love of tea? It is such an important part of your life and of your sister's. Did you both love tea parties as little girls?Kindly, ldh
Very nice! I love black mugs but these are sweet with the black lettering!
It was really raining yesterday in Southern California. A sight to behold :0) I went right to the cupboard and made some tea...
Now that sounds like an invitation...I'm going to have a cup of tea.
Great pictures! Love the cups and the words. As always you do such a beautiful job on your blog. You are my inspiration.
Oh, soooooo true xoxoxo Clarice
Here, Here ~ Well said!
I'm having a little tea party! Just wanted to invite you! Can't sip tea without thinking of you now!http://lavenderdreamstoo.blogspot.com/
I like that quote! Love those cups too! Katherine
I certainly agree with you on that one! In Ireland it is considered the height of rudeness to not offer a guest tea and equally rude for the guest to refust it! So it is a measure of our hospitality and gets a bit parodied in sitcoms like Fr. Ted where Mrs. Doyle cajoles her guests at the parochial house on Craggy Island to partake of a cuppa with her insistent "go on go on go on"!!! Worth YouTube checking if you don't know the programme!
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