Good Morning "Tea In The Garden" and Good Morning Queen Anne's Lace:
We have been experiencing more rain than usual in Colorado and I must say a mosquito was pursuing me the whole time I took these pictures which is unusual. We are so glad that our pattern of wildfires isn't happening.
Today I am sharing two hand painted cups and saucers: a Bell China Company and a Salisbury one.
I recently found this sweet purple topper which someone
embroidered as a real labor of love.
Please pour yourself a cup of tea and have a seat.
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This morning the skies were overcast. We have had a lot of rain lately which has been unusual for us. My garden likes it but of course it is concerning because of the Waldo Canyon Burn scar. On the 4th day of rain it did bring down some of my tallest delphiniums.
Some flooding has occurred over near the mountains.
My Queen's Anne's is beginning to bloom.
This weed is my favorite flower!
Do pour yourself a cup of tea:
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I wondered if rain would be a problem today as another day of rain is expected here. I am so glad it was just overcast but not raining yet. The rain has been breaking my delphiniums off this week.
Can I pour you a cup of Mountain Huckleberry Tea?
This morning I was feeling a little melancholy as I thought about the lady who used to live behind me as I would have been taking this bouquet to her today. Ilona went to be with Jesus this spring at age 93. I believe she is looking down from above today and knows this would have been for her!
I have a fondness for these vintage Sadler teapots:
And vintage linens:
I am excited to see the first of the Queen's Anne's Lace begin to bloom - my favorite "weed"!