Tuesday, July 29, 2014

GOOD MORNING "Tea In The Garden"



Good Morning "Tea In The Garden" and Good Morning Queen Anne's Lace:








We have been experiencing more rain than usual in Colorado and I must say a mosquito was pursuing me the whole time I took these pictures which is unusual.  We are so glad that our pattern of wildfires isn't happening.












Today I am sharing two hand painted cups and saucers: a Bell China Company and a Salisbury one.



I recently found this sweet purple topper which someone
 embroidered as a real labor of love.



Please pour yourself a cup of tea and have a seat.



If you too are a blogger and love tea time - please link something from your blog about tea below and please include a link back to me on that posting.






Thursday, July 24, 2014

QUEEN ANNE'S LACE IN THE GARDEN

Just a few garden photos:











Have a great week!

Monday, July 21, 2014

SWANS for "Tea In The Garden"



It's July and welcome to "Tea In The Garden":




This morning the skies were overcast.  We have had a lot of rain lately which has been unusual for us. 
 My garden likes it but of course it is concerning 
because of the Waldo Canyon Burn scar.  On the 4th day of rain it did bring down some of my tallest delphiniums.
  Some flooding has occurred over near the mountains. 








My Queen's Anne's is beginning to bloom. 
 This weed is my favorite flower!








Do pour yourself a cup of tea:






If you love tea time and you are a blogger -
 I hope you can join me today by linking a post from your blog 
and please visit EACH ONE and see their wonderful post below!






I always participate in other blog parties:
I hope your week is lovely.



Sunday, July 20, 2014

IT'S A HOLLYHOCK YEAR IN OLD COLORADO CITY

I just wanted to share this little cottage near my store where the Hollyhocks are abundant this year:





And on a corner near the stop sign:





Saturday, July 19, 2014

JULY IN THE GARDEN







This week we had 4 days of rain that broke off most all my delphiniums. 
 I was pretty sad but had to "get over it" of course!








The Queen Anne's Lace is just beginning to enlarge and bloom:



Have a lovely weekend: