Your cake looks good, makes me want a piece! Love your teapot/cup.
Well not sure if that is the truth, but they're the first and oldest documented society, so we can't argue!All I know is YAY- so glad SOMEONE discovered it - it is the nectar of the gods!Have a tealightful day, B!
Interesing facts there, thanks. I so love trivets. They make the best gifts and decorations to boot!warm hugs, Cotton Peony
Hi Bernideen,interesting, I didn't knew that. Your vignette is so lovely. The wonderful tea pot on the luxury tea stand, the yummy cake and this glorious tea cup. Thank you for sharing.Best greetings, Johanna
Reading your posts and basking in the pretties of the pictures will certainly soften my edges. Thanks. Many blessings of good health, abundance and great, great joy to you.
Hi Bernideen, Your cake is beautiful, and I love the teapot and teacup. Gorgeous! I am keeping very busy in the garden, now that the temps are cooler. Right now I am gardening more and blogging less so no tea post for this week...not sure about next week. Blessings, Beth
Love that legend! and that teapot! and that cake!
Lovely! And I'm coming over for a slice of that cake! ;)
What a lovely cup and saucer!
Bernideen, that is a pretty teapot and it seems the Chinese are the ones who discovered tea. I'm glad someone did! Your cake looks good too.Blessings,Sandi
Very interesting facts. I love this post so pretty and elegant.Cynthia
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