Last week we added an arbor to our yard. It was
a kit that we put together. I think I have mentioned
this before but what was challenging
was that our yard goes way down in the back and
also is higher on one side than the other side.
It is hardly flat anywhere.
On Sunday afternoon, I moved two rose bushes placing
one on each side of the arbor. I expect they will be
stronger next spring. I guess I can say I expect many things
to come back stronger next spring. At least that is my
dream as my garden is brand new this year.
So this morning I set up my "Friends Sharing Tea"
by the arbor. I am sharing a couple things today
including the cup and saucer that was given
to me by my new friend Janice at
"Curtains In Curtains In My Tree:
We hope to have lots of lovely fall weather yet like we
had yesterday. It was a day for us to drive off down the road
and see what we might find. I found this fun little Japanese
teapot in a tiny town called Macon.
I thought it was a coffee but it has a built
in strainer so I guess it is a teapot. (?)
and to tell you the truth in some ways it doesn't look so
much like fall here but I did notice more changing
tree colors outside of town.
This was a tea book from 1987 that I also found
at the antique mall outside Macon:
I got home late last night so I apologize for goofing off and
not getting this post done earlier! I seem to apologize
for not getting lots of things done now that I'm retired.
You can see more on the Hartford Arbor here! We ordered
ours with their 11% rebate and got free shipping.
I will be sharing my post at a few partys:
Tuesday Cuppa Tea
Tea Cup Tuesday