Tuesday, August 18, 2015

A BEAUTIFUL DAY for "Tea In The Garden"


I am late posting for my blog because last week our internet service at our house was halted.  We had been told everything would be fine at our house even though we shut it down at our business, but it came to a halt at our home too so we had to get all new service.  Anyway, today we finally have internet again at home.  I love it when things work and oh dear when they don't! 

WELCOME TO TEA IN THE GARDEN:






I set this little tea up yesterday in my garden:




Please pour yourself a cup of tea.






I have shared this old table linen before as it is a favorite.




The Queen Anne's Lace is all over my garden.






I would love to have you join me below for my tea blog party!
Sharing at these parties:
Tea Time Tuesday
Tea Cup Tuesday
Tuesday Cuppa Tea
A Return to Loveliness






14 comments:

Deanna Rabe said...

All my tea drinking has been cold the last several weeks, since we are cooking here in the 90's with high humidity!

Your garden, the tea and the flower arrangement are so beautiful! The table linens are lovely too!

Thank you for sharing it with us!

Deanna

Betty from My Irish Cottage Home said...

What a lovely tea party in the garden. Love the tablecloth and the teapot is so cute.

Ruth W said...

Oh I do empathize! I was not able to post until late as well due to my service provider having to replace stuff. Fun, isn't it? Your garden is just beautiful! And I love your table cloth and pretty chintz teacup. Perfect for an idyllic summer tea! Thanks for hosting, and glad you're back online!
Ruth

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

You and Ruth both have had computer woes and I'm trying to learn how to use this new Mac my son gave me. What a trial! I am having the hardest time with my photos. I keep editing new ones and they don't show up in my folder. Hopefully I will get it all figured out soon. The garden is looking very pretty and lacy. I love your basket of flowers and the tea setting. Very inviting. Thanks for sharing and joining me for tea.

Blessings,
Sandi

The Charm of Home said...

Bernideen your garden just gets prettier!! Such beauty! Thanks for hosting!

Margie said...

Nothing strikes fear in the heart of a blogger like no internet access. Glad that you're online again to share photos of your lovely garden tea settings. Thanks for hosting!

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi: I have always loved your garden. It makes everything look so beautiful. Have a wonderful week. Hugs, Martha

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

Yea for your internet working again, Bernideen. I was getting concerned since you hadn't posted.
Your tea, as always, is so beautiful in your cottage-like garden, with your Queen Anne's Lace blooming so profusely!! You also share the prettiest linens. I love your pretty teacup and all the accessories.
Thank for hosting, my friend, and enjoy your week, free to do as you please.

Tea in Texas said...

Your lovely flowers on the teacloth are so beautiful. The garden is at its height of full blown summer season. The flowered chintz cups, saucers, and plate aare so prettty to use for tea time. Hope you are enjoying retirement and can begin all your great plans. Thanks for hosting this week!

Pam

Terri said...

Hello Bernideen, I am so glad I can come by and visit with you for tea today : )
Your tea time outdoors is lovely as usual, but not usual at all with those gorgeous antique looking pillows and the dear bird bath. The basket of flowers is very romantic and goes so well with that fabulous table cloth! Wow! Your rosey china is perfect.
Hugs,
Terri

Linda @ Friendship Tea said...

I am still drinking iced tea here in the Kentucky humidity. I love your tea in the garden photos, so peaceful and beautiful.

Karen said...

Hi Bernideen,
Sorry to hear about your internet problems. I am the latest that I have been to link up ever! We haven't been home much. I do love that pink teacup and matching plate. Is it a Tuscan? I think I have one similar. Yours really is a beauty! Everything looks so perfect and I do love the pics of flowers in your post above. A belated Happy Tea Day and Thank you for hosting! Karen

Beth said...

Your flowers are GORGEOUS, Bernideen! I have always admired your Beatrix Potter garden. What a wonderful place for a cup of tea!

Aida said...

Thank you Brrnideen for hosting. So happy I was able to join this fabulous tea party.
Your tea setting is so inviting, the flowers in the garden added a lovely touch and the linen and tea cups are so feminine and bespoke.
Wishing you a happy weekend.

Hugs,
Aida