Welcome to the 39th Tea Time Tuesday 

This afternoon my Granddaughter, Hannah and I had Tea
Centerpiece: pumpkin plate tier, Pilgrims and salt/pepper pumpkin shakers
The three tier pumpkin plates are filled with cinnamon rolls, creme filled cupcakes, and fudge
We are drinking Tasha Tudor’s Breakfast Tea
The water glass is  pattern is Sandwich, I bought many glasses, cups,and 
saucers for my daughter Jennifer while traveling/working the Southern States. 
Green napkin looks great with the pumpkin stem on the plate and bowls.
I do love this setting, with the salt and pepper shakers
Table view of the back of our dog trot. 
See the Native American Indian doll under the TV shelf?
My daughter Jennifer, gave me this doll for Christmas one year. 
The papoose the doll is in is a turtle shell
I love this pumpkin Tea set for it can be used all Fall!
Again I placed a pumpkin plate underneath to catch any spills.
View toward our wood heater, I was so hoping my husband would have the wood heater with the glass doors installed this year! It is still sitting in the shed.
I love this little pumpkin tablecloth, it is vinyl. 
Works great when you have children for Afternoon Tea.
A few guns in the corner, my husband going out to hunt a turkey for Thanksgiving Dinner. 
As I took a nap this afternoon, I dreamed I put butterscotch pudding with crushed butterscotch candy in the little pumpkin bowls. When I awoke, I decided it was a great idea, for I love butterscotch pudding.
I also used this pudding and candy for the gold on Saint Patrick’s Day.
I used fake pumpkin and fall leaves on the sides of the tier.
My, Granddaughter, Hannah is learning not to play jingle bells while stirring her tea.
Hannah is now four and half, we have had many Tea Parties, 
this day she has her first Hot Tea, with milk and sugar.
Learning to hold her cup and look into the cup.
She said the cup is a little heavy, so she used both hands.
For Thanksgiving the Indians and Pilgrims shared their gold, which was the food they had stored.
Here is our pumpkin of Gold!
Most of my Teapots have strainers, built in the spout, but not this one.
I let Hannah carefully pour a little tea in her cup, forgot to use the strainer, she said thats OK Granna. 
I will remember to do it next time.
Teapot set, from Ross
Pumpkin salt and Pepper shakers, from Ross
Pumpkin Plates, Home and Garden, from Walmart
Pumpkin Bowl and Spreader, from Dollar General
Vintage Cup and Saucer, from Thrift Store and Auction
Green Sandwich Water Glass, from Antique Store
Pilgrims, from Dollar General
Fake pumpkin and Leaves, from Garage Sale
Scarecrow girl flatware holder, from Cracker Barrel
Pumpkin Tablecloth, from Burke’s
I want to wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving!
I am very Thankful for all of you that join me for Tea Time Tuesday,
 and for all your lovely comments.  I have made so many friends,
 and cherish each and everyone I have met the last few years online.
I am most Thankful for the love of my family.
Some will not be here this Thanksgiving, but my heart is with them always.
Thank You for Joining me for Tea Time Tuesday
As Always Save A Cup Of Tea For Me!
Lady Katherine

I will be joining:
Marty at A Stroll Thru Life

 Susan at Between Naps On The Porch

Michael Lee at Designs By Gollum

Laurie at Bargain Hunting With Laurie

The Tablescaper
for Seasonal Sunday

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  1. Lady Katherine, what a lovely and special tea time with your adorable granddaughter. Your table is so beautiful, I love all your autumn accessories. And your food looks delicious. I am sure you had a wonderful time with such a special guest at your tea table.

  2. Well that was just a fun tea party! I bet your granddaughter had a wonderful time! Everything looks so festive! I hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

  3. Lady Katherine, it’s always sweet to see Hannah having tea with her grandmother. She is going to grow up with beautiful memories with time spent with you.
    All the pumpkins and Thanksgiving themes look fun. Thanks for sharing this lovely tea. And thank you for hosting each week.
    Happy Thanksgiving! ~ Sarah

  4. Your afternoon tea looks wonderful and Hannah sure is enjoying it. How fun!! I love how you have the table set with all of your fall decorations and I love the tea pot! The salt and pepper shakers are SO cute, too! Hopefully I will be joining this party soon…thank you for hosting every week!

    Wishing you a very Happy Thanksgiving!


  5. Hi Lady Katherine,
    Love your pumpkin dishes. They look wonderful on the tiered tray. Your little Granddaughter is so cute drinking her tea. It is the perfect way to spend time with her.:)

  6. What a pretty tea time table! I just love everything, it all looks so nice together. It’s wonderful that your granddaughter can enjoy tea with you. Thank You for sharing and have a very Happy Thanksgiving!

  7. Hi Lady Katherine…I’m linked up for tea this week 🙂 🙂 I’ll stop by tomorrow to read your post 😉 🙂 🙂 I have some days off for THanksgiving…so excited!!! Love and hugs from Oregon, Heather 🙂

  8. Hannah is learning to be a real lady at a young age, Katherine. She is so precious. Love your tea set up, so pretty and the Indian doll is so unusual. I met Carol last week. Come look at my blog about it before this teatime if you have a chance…Christine

  9. Lady Katherine,
    Hannah is so precious! Love all your beutiful autumn decors…I want to express my thanks for your friendship….Wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving! Love ya my friend, Katherinellen

  10. Oh your collection of pumpkin ceramics is precious! It looks so charming all set together.

    Thank you for hosting,


  11. Certainly tea with your precious granddaughter is cause for thanksgiving. She looked enthralled with your darling table, and I love the thought that she’ll be a new generation of gracious entertainers. Thank you for sharing your wonderful design. Happy Thanksgiving! Cherry Kay

  12. What a perfectly lovely tea. Your tea set is gorgeous and certainly is fabulous for all of the fall. I love the colors and details. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

  13. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family, dear Katherine. You are always in my thoughts and prayers.

    Your tea table is so pretty and it is a celebration of glorious Autumn.

    I hope to see you Saturday for Pink Saturday.♥

  14. I’m so sorry to be visiting so late, but life is just beyond busy these days.

    Your tea is lovely.Thanks so much for being a part of Seasonal Sundays.

    – The Tablescaper

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