Wednesday, September 12, 2012

RAINY DAY TEA (not in the garden)



I can't even remember the last time it rained like this - steady and straight down - so much for tea IN THE GARDEN.....

So today, we have tea at the kitchen table....we improvise, right?  It is darker in the house and peaceful as a soft rain falls - no thunder or lightening.  This is a time to relax.  






I have a drying rack above the kitchen sink so a few roses will be hung there today:











Some of the Lavender Dreams Jasmine Pearl Tea will be perfect. I received this in a tea swap in the tea group I participate in which is really fun.  Sometimes I just open the lid and smell it as it is so lovely!  












Tea Quote from 365 Things Every Tea Lover Should Know:

Why, the club was just the quietest place in the world, a place where a woman could run in to brush her hair and wash her hands, and change her library book, and have a cup of tea.
Kathleen Thompson Norris, Saturday's Child







I would like to invite any blogger who would like to share something to do with Tea In The Garden - or tea anywhere to link up here at the bottom and join the party!!!  Please have a link on your post to this blog as well!

I am also linking this to: The Charm of Home Blog Party and Feathered Nest Friday





14 comments:

FABBY'S LIVING said...

You have set a beautiful serene and relaxed tea setting. I wish I could be zipping tea from that pretty teacup in that lovely table and be listening to the soft rain fall...along, with pretty linens and teapot, dear Berneedin. Thank you for hosting yet, another great tea party at the Tea Parlor. Hgs,
FABBY

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Pretty foral centerpiece, Bernideen. Lovely china, lovely table! Enjoy your rainy day!

Blessings,
Sandi

Sylvia said...

That's alright Bernideen, Tea is good anywhere you have it especially in your beautiful kitchen. Loved your post.

Lavender Cottage said...

Hello Bernideen
Lovely autumn table for tea and a rainy day is the perfect time to curl up with a good book and your teacup.
Judith

Beth said...

Bernideen, Your images are stunning! Love the tablecloth, the jasmine pearl tea, the drying flowers...fabulous fancy tea today in your kitchen! Glad you are getting some rain. Send it our way too!

Antiques And Teacups said...

Goodness...you need the rain, though, don't you? Your autumn setting is gorgeous. I love the hydrangeas and your lovely teacups. Perfect for a cozy teatime. Thanks for sharing your gorgeous photography! And for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!
Ruth

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

You always share the prettiest tea time, Bernideen - always such a pleasure to visit your blog, friend!

Martha said...

A lovely place for tea on a rainy day -- love your fall colors!

Rosewalk Cottage said...

Hi Bernideen!
I enjoyed your rainy day tea and love the pumpkins. Congratulations on your feature. That is so exciting.
~Clara

Johanna said...

Hi Bernideen,
here it cooled down dramaticly and we had some rain, too. Thats the perfect moments for having tea from nice tea cups. Lavender Dreams Jasmine Pearl Tea sounds really like a,lot of flavour and scent. Must be an interesting aroma. I enjoyed your pretty table setting, too. Thank you for sharing this tea time and for hosting this nice event.
Best greetings, Johanna

Susan said...

I love coming to your blog, in the garden or inside:-D It brings back the most beautiful memories of going to tea with my daughter Kelly. Our last time was just before she started chemo, but we didn't think about that, just had a grand time enjoying the moment. XOXO

Shirley said...

Very nice. I used to do a lot of tea party's with friends but we kind of stopped after a while. Wonder why? Maybe I will have a tea party of my own soon. You have inspired me..
Enjoy..

Angela McRae said...

I especially love the teawares today!

Kathy A Delightsome Life said...

Hello Bernideen, So very lovely - there's something romantic about a rainy day tea! Love your drying rack...made me think of where I could place one in my kitchen...so very romantic. I appreciate you sharing with Home and Garden Thursday,
Kathy