Tuesday, November 9, 2010

TEA TIME TUESDAY AND THANKSGIVING IS COMING !




Thanksgiving is just ahead and tomorrow I will be making my first of a succession of turkeys!  I will also take time to try a number of wonderful seasonal teas! Tea breaks are very necessary at this busy time of year!




 I am very thankful for God's provision and I am a person who takes nothing for granted!
If you went to sleep in a warm bed last night you were way ahead of much of the world!  Did you have breakfast this morning?  I think you get my point!  Be thankful!  You are blessed more than you realize!




Today is Tea Time Tuesday with Sandi at Rose Chintz Cottage & Inspirations on Prince Edward Island  Please visit her and see others who participate in this weekly event!

I would love to go to Prince Edward Island!




For weeks now I have had piles of recipe books on the coffee table with dreams of lovely thanksgiving meals.....






Of course I will also enjoy my lovely teas....

9 comments:

Denise said...

Your teapot is wonderful,how perfect for thanksgiving.Even if my family wont drink tea(only me) I would still put it out.My family are all coffee drinkers so they never use all my pretty tea pots and sets.I even tell my 4 daughters that I want to have a tea party with them and they all say they hate tea boohoo.

[email protected] Rose Chintz Cottage said...

As always, Bernideen, you serve up a lovely tea for us. What a handsome tea pot you have with the turkey on it! Just right for this time of year. We do have much to be thankful for! The older I get the more I realize this! Life itself is a gift we must not take for granted. Thank you for your thoughtful post. Hope you're having a splendid week.

Blessings,
Sandi

Connie Eyberg Originals said...

Beautiful thought. I try to be thankful everyday, but need to be reminded now and then. Thanks, Connie

Angela McRae said...

What beautiful vignettes you have created! And Bernideen, I guess I will forevermore think of you each fall as I pull out some of the lovely items (tablecloth, teapot, etc.) I won from your generous giveaway last year!

parTea lady said...

Yes, we certainly are blessed!

Your photos are lovely. I really like that brown peacock teapot. Pumpkin Spice tea sounds yummy.

Johanna said...

Hi Bernideen,
thank you for the reminder. This is so true. Thanksgiving is a good time to remember that.
Your vinettes are again so nice. I love your squirrels. I am sure you feed the real one outside in the winter, do you?
Greetings, Johanna

Kathy said...

Just love your teapot and the tea sounds yummy! I am visiting my siblings and will probably bring my usual - sweet potato casserole - as my grandmother made it-
Hope you have a marvelous day
Kathy

Sara said...

I love your display and the pumpkin sign is great as are those cute squirrels. By the way I am hosting my first swap and blog party (a tea one) at my blog http://seaside-diaries-of-a-kimberline.blogspot.com/#Label1 Please stop by for a look and help to spread the word if you are interested. Hugs Sara

Sara said...

I love your display for thanksgiving. The pumpkin sign is great. Drop by my blog to join a tea swap and blog party if you are interested.
hugs
Sara
http://seaside-diaries-of-a-kimberline.blogspot.com/#Label1