Thursday, May 12, 2011

TEA QUOTE



The English created festive, luxurious gardens where ladies and gentlement could stroll with their tea and enjoy the entertainment of music, nature's splendor, fireworks, actor presentations. games and more.
             From 365 Things Every Tea Lover Should Know

This morning it was snowing....yes....snowing.  But I think it may be winter's last stand....join me this Saturday for Tea in the Garden!

Martha from Lines from Linderhof will be bringing us Tea in the Garden on Saturday from ENGLAND!



5 comments:

Martha said...

Bernideen -- snow in May!!!! I will be there Saturday for tea in the garden from England!

Linesfromlinderhof.com

lilisinha said...

Que jardim lindo! encantar!
Bjos Carinhosos

afternoon tea said...

I wish I had an English garden.

Snowing? It's raining here, but it's cold enough that I'm surprised it's not snow. I'm sure we'll get at least one more reminder of winter also.

Angela McRae said...

My goodness! We're already in the high 80s here in Georgia!

Rizzi said...

HI BERNIDEEN,
I HOPE BY NEXT SATURDAY, I WILL GET SOME PICTURES OUTSIDE
IN THE GARDEN, AND HAVING TEA. I ENJOY WRITING THESE POST VERY MUCH. HAD A LOT OF TROUBLE POSTING THIS TIME, TOOK TWO POST TO GET THROUGH. I DON'T KNOW WHAT IS GOING ON IN BLOG LAND.
I WILL BE ENTERING NEXT SAT TOO. TAKE CARE, RIZZI