It's Time for Tea in the Garden and this is a repost today from a former Tea In The Garden from August last summer. As many of you know - our city is under seige from wildfires. HOMES HAVE BEEN LOST in the Mountain Shadows and Peregrine Area. I believe I know 2 people whose homes may have burned but that is yet to be confirmed - please pray for our city. My home sits out east away from this area and is not in danger. My business is on the west side near Garden of the Gods.
THIS IS A REPEATED POST TODAY FOR "TEA IN THE GARDEN" and I have edited some comments. The first linky from last summer IS CLOSED but drop down to the next linky if you have a "Tea In The Garden" post to share. Don't be confused by the first list which is from last summer - drop down below!
It's time to relax and spend a few moments lost in a favorite book about the Villages of England......I'm not into "numbering" my Teas in the Garden like so many number their tea blogging. I have enjoyed sharing my garden with you and as I look out my kitchen door I see today's tea:
Locals complain when it is in the 90's during the day in our area (unfortunately we are having very high temperatures even 100 degrees and we are hoping for rain today).
I made an arrangement from this and that and added the Golden Raintree pods.
Many of you will realize that this is really a chocolate pot - not a teapot but we "can pretend can't we"? I am not one to let rules stop me - I use whatever I like.
I have a fondness for needlepoint rugs in floral designs!
I have some blogging friends joining me for Tea in The Garden and I hope you will enjoy visiting them as well! If you have a post on your blog of tea in your garden, porch or patio - please join in the fun and remember to drop down to the lower linky!
After I was done with these photos, I put the bouquet on the bench. I went back later and the squirrels had bitten off the sunflower and eaten it! I wish you a delightful weekend!