Here in the South on a cold icy day a hot cup of Tea warms the heart.
January is National Hot Tea Month!
I used a vintage Tea Towel,and napkin,
given to me from my sister, Gloria
I used a vintage doily, I found years ago at a garage sale.
I have never used it before today, it still has a price sticker of $15.00 and from MCRAE’S
A perfect afternoon to read The Muse’s lovely book of poetry,
while enjoying a tray of Tea
Yes, I’m just about ready for my Tea, first check on the sheep, which will lamb soon
A pillow to lend comfort as I enjoy my Afternoon Tea, in the family room
My Tea Tray set on the ottoman. My knitting is on another ottoman,
my husband uses to sit on while loading wood into the heater.
Ham Sandwiches on round whole wheat bread, a little cake, with cookies with Hot Tea
my daughter, Jennifer brought me another a few weeks later. Now I have three!
The scarf will have to wait another day, for I am lost inside of this lovely book.
I made the frame of the Native American Indian print is in.
The print of the woods was my 90 year old neighbors.
It reminds me of the back of our farm where our land ends. I painted old end tables.
I sprayed two old gold lamps black,
and added black trim beads around the lamp shade rim.
I had no idea I would one day own a Florist, many years ago.
The reason I am using this Teapot today,
I wanted to share my Good News!
A Dream has come true for my family,
We now own an Old General Store, with a Cafe,
and many rooms to add more,
one room shall be a Tea Room!
The name of the store shall be Leesburg Mercantile
for Seasonal Sunday