Yesterday afternoon I found the cutest vase in a flea market and I especially was touched when I saw the note inside the vase which read "This is from Grandma Barker's things. I assumed she probably passed and this was from her belongings.
I thought the vase was very sweet
with a little bluebird on it.
This tea time is in honor of Grandma Barker who I never knew but I certainly share her love for sweet things - like her vase!
It looks like the 1940's-1950's.
A little hummingbird was most unhappy to
find me setting up my table this morning.
But then again, perhaps he will join
us for tea.
The recipe for hummingbird food for your feeder is 4 cups of water to 1 cup of sugar - boil 2 minutes which kills bacteria. I double this and refrigerate until it is all used. I also add a little red food color.
certain smells and sights
of a forthcoming fall. I saved
the note which was in the vase.
Queen Anne's Lace to share.
teapots? I love the back stamp
names of the manufactures.
Seems like every week just flies by now doesn't it - where is summer going?