Friday, December 4, 2009


I always love decorating but especially at Christmas...we have a live tree patiently waiting in the garage...a white fir....will show you later.  I grew tired of that old fake tree last year and decided it's day was over!

I have so much baking I want to do including steamed puddings. For weeks now I have been studying different recipes and am interested in one written by the Victorian Lady Fannie Farmer.


  1. Pretty decorations Bernideen! I've got to get my baking cap on here soon :0)

  2. Beautiful pics! I love white feather trees! :)

  3. Love your Christmas decorations -- and of course, there is no better time for tea than Christmas!

  4. Hi Bernideen,
    Your tea room looks so festive. I love all the golds...oh! I see you and I have the same china ;-). It's my favorite at Christmas time.
    Have a lovely evening!

    xoxo Cori

  5. Oh my, what a beautiful are such a gifted decorator! I just love your little angel dolls! Thanks for sharing a part of yourself to all of brings my heart much joy!
    Donna (IA)

  6. What a beautiful table set for tea! Can't get enough roses no matter what time of year it is.
    ; )

  7. I so agree!

    There is something about the sparkle of Christmas that begs for tea time. :)

  8. Beautiful decorations. Let us know which steamed pudding you have chosen! I have always read about them, but never tasted one.
    Take Care!

  9. Just lovely! Can't wait to hear about the pudding!


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