Hello lovely friends! Hope you all had a good week.
How many of you viewed Anne of Green Gables on Monday night? I did enjoy it and I also enjoyed seeing the red transferware in Marilla's kitchen! Usually you see brown in a movie such as this set in the early 1900's. It was lovely to see red for a change!
This is some of my red collection above the patio doors in the dining room. And yes, I keep those lights out all year round.
If you visited my last week's tea post, you saw a very sparse red transferware table setting.
I had all kinds of plans for it. I was going to bring out my ceramic cupids I made and chocolate hearts, the works. But, I was sick! Yes, I was sick the entire Valentine's Day weekend and I forgot most of all the little touches I had planned to use for that tea setting.
The last two weeks I have been "under the weather" and I actually spent last evening at the ER and this afternoon at the clinic. Hopefully I'm on the mend after this!
We are in the depth of winter here on Prince Edward Island and I thought I would share a few random photos.
I don't know who took this but I thought it was adorable! If this is your photo, I will gladly give you credit for it. I'm glad I can enjoy chickadees all year round here. I enjoy watching them swoop from the trees behind our home to the feeder. Such entertaining little birds!
The end of December when my son was home for the holidays he went out to Brackley Beach. This is a photo from that day.
I thought this shot was unique in the way the wind had blown the sand across the snow giving it a marbled effect. Brrr! Not many on the beach that day!
The other day, this sweet little fox had been curled up in the snow just outside our back door. He and his mate made quite a picture. As you can see, we had been heavy with snow here until the past few days when we got a thaw.
My weeping caragana is to the left and a very large honeysuckle with white berries is to the right with pine trees behind.
I took this picture just before Mr. Fox and his Missus walked off into the woods behind our home. They made such a cute pair.
Now, let's go back inside where it's cozy and warm.
Time for tea!
Because I have been under the weather, it will be a simple tea today. Lemon ginger tea helps to settle the stomach and helps one relax as well.
I just have to share this darling little teacup Deborah at The Beautiful Matters sent me for Christmas. It is a Martha Cooke teacup.
She knows how much I love our little feathered friends. Isn't it sweet? Thank you Deborah!
Winter will soon be over so I am sipping tea from my cardinal tea-for-one set.
There is no mark on this set, just white porcelain adorned with a gold trim, cardinals and pine cones.
I thought my little chickadee and cardinal from my Avon bird collection could join us.
If you are cold, Tea will warm you.
If you are too heated, It will cool you.
If you are depressed, It will cheer you.
If you are excited, It will calm you. ~ William E. Gladstone
Thank you dear friends for your visit. Enjoy your weekend and I hope to see you all on Monday morning for No Place Like Home!
I am joining the following parties as well~
Tuesday Cuppa Tea
Bernideen's TTCG Blog Party
Tea Cup Tuesday
Share Your Cup Thursday
Home Sweet Home
Sharing from my heart ~ Sandi