Tuesday, September 25, 2018

A FALL "TEA IN THE GARDEN"

We are so happy to experience lower
temperatures here in Missouri.


There isn't a lot of visual evidence of fall
yet in my yard.  I dread all the leaves that
will be falling across the back of our
yard but that hasn't happened yet.




I have found myself saying these things
late: "I think I'll bake some brownies."  Well,
I did do that yesterday!  I have also said "I think 
I'll make some gingerbread" and "I think I'll
bake a pumpkin pie."   It's a good thing I'm
 at 8 weeks now of walking an hour a day.  




I do have these lovely brownies and I have
shared a link to Brenda's recipe before and 
you
 can get it here in the link if you like.

The teapot is a very old lusterware
English Sadler.





We might even get some rain tonight
and that would be wonderful.


I just saw this video maker in
my photo editing so I decided
to try it.  I never understand
these things but if they
work - sure!



I hope you have a lovely week!





I will be sharing at:
Tuesday Cuppa Tea
Tablescape Thursday

15 comments:

Louca por porcelana said...

Hi dear Bernideen!Love your fabulous brown china!Pretty tablecloth too...Your flowers bouquet is adorable as ever!Hugs!

CherylK said...

Beautiful yard and lovely table! Glad to rediscover your tables.

Carolyn said...

Looks like you are ready for fall. I love your tea.....I have never seen that pretty teapot or the teacups either.The bouquet is lovely also.
Good for you to be walking an hour a day!
Take care,
Carolyn

Karen said...

Hi Bernideen
I love that Sadler teapot. I don’t have that one and it is a beauty. Perfect for fall. I’m so glad you were able to have tea in the garden today. It was sunny at the cottage today too but I’m like you trying to exercise and I golfed instead of setting up an outdoor teatime. When I bake, I eat it so I’m trying not to do much baking. My hubby has diabetes so I must refrain from making squares and cookies unless it’s birthdays or Christmas. Have a Blessed Week my dear friend! Karen.

Debbie Harris said...

Your garden is just lovely, a perfect place for tea.
That little video was awesome with the rain. Thank you for sharing it with us.
An hour a day, that's terrific!

Bless you~

Our Hopeful Home said...

Congrats on walking an hour a day -- I need to do that! Your yard is lovely. Gingerbread sounds lovely this time of year. xo Kathleen | Our Hopeful Home

[email protected] Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

What a beautiful Fall tea in your garden, Bernideen! Did you make the pretty tablecloth? I have the same teacup that I'm using this morning on my breakfast tray. I'd love a brownie, and I'm in the baking mood, too!

Stephanie said...

Sweet Bernideen, your posts are always so beautiful and charming. How I enjoyed your fall tea tablescape.

Enjoy your day! Hugs to you!

Curtains in My Tree said...


That walking an hour a day will definitely help when you eat that pan of brownies LOL

Sandi Magle said...

I know what you mean about no Fall in my garden....dead leaves, yes, but gray and curled diseased dead. My zinnias are also now going crazy...such a weird year.
Lovely setting though and brisk days/nights will always bring on a craving for tea!
So glad to see you post this--and give me inspiration!

Margie said...

Love the beautiful brown teapot!

Good for you for walking 1 hour every day. My Fitbit is always disappointed in me because I rarely hit 10,000 steps/day.

Maristela Guilherme said...

Que mesa linda!
bjs

Ruth W said...

Hi Bernideen. So nice to be able to visit again. Love the teapot and the brown Calico. A favorite. Trying to get my husband to gently walk and regain strength after surgery. One good thing, he has to gain some weight, so I’ll be baking. Your garden is so lovely in every season? All your hard work has certainly paid off! Have a lovely week!
Ruth

[email protected] Rose Chintz Cottage said...

I too love your Sadler teapot and those cozy teacups! They look like Burleigh. I've been hankering for some gingerbread and pumpkin pie too although I haven't made any yet. It's a little over a week before Thanksgiving here so I'll be making my pie then. Walking an hour a day is wonderful exercise and I imagine the fresh air feels so good. I would love to be doing that myself. Maybe one of these days I'll be able to. As always, Bernideen, your tea table is a delight! Happy Autumn!

Jean | DelightfulRepast.com said...

Bernideen, how beautiful! It will look wonderful with the fallen leaves, too! I'm so happy to hear about your one-hour daily walks--I need to resume my walking. I do other exercise for almost an hour a day, but I need to walk as well.