Monday, April 23, 2012

My sweet 10 year old grandaughter  prepared a Tea for us . She chose one of her lovely tea sets with tiny pink flowers,green leaves and a hint of lavendar. I had never noticed before but they look much like my Royal Albert lavendar rose teapot.
She made tiny sandwiches of butter and jam and served tea with sugar and milk.

She loves having tea as much as her grandma!

20 comments:

  1. I'm taking a break from my chores and surely could use a cup of tea right now. The tea set is lovely!

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    1. I would love to be sharing a cup with you!

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  2. Simple pleasures are the BEST kind!!
    Thanks for sharing your tea.....

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  3. Hello Elizabeth,
    Lovely little tea party with your granddaughter and you're right, the china matches; very pretty!
    I fixed your link for you. When you copy the URL down for my tea party, you should write it out like it shows at the top of your blog. There is no dot between simplepleasures and blogspotcom.
    simplepleasuresblogspotcom.blogspot.com/ is what you should write in. Thank you for linking up with me and enjoy your week.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  4. You had the best tea -- how special!

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    1. It was very special,thanks for coming by.

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  5. How sweet is that and I love the beautiful china too!
    Hugs,
    Cindy

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  6. Tea with your granddaughter --- can't get much better than that! Happy Tea Day!

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  7. I've been here before from some linky parties I believe - - - 'cause things look familiar.

    Thanks for finding me today from Cindy's blog. Don't give up on meeting her in person - - - I've met a blogger friend from FL and I'm up here in WI too! Plus, Cindy's met blogger friends from Colorado and Arizona - - - so there's ALWAYS HOPE!

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  8. Hi Elizabeth,
    what a sweet tea with your granddaughter. I think those precious moments will last for ever in her child memories. Time is running so fast. Thank you for sharing those great moments.
    Best greetings, Johanna

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    1. Yes, I love making memories with my grandchildren

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  9. I wish I could have been there.Last year we went out for tea. Now you are giving me ideas too try this at home.
    Rita

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  10. So sweet....So much better to have these tea times than playing Wii.

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  11. How sweet! I just saw a lavender rose tea pot on another blog and commented on how pretty it was! I'll have to keep my eyes open for one! It's beautiful!

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