I apologize for being late with my Tea In The Garden this week. I had just returned from my trip to Virginia at the end of September and three days later I left to drive out to Missouri. It is an 11 hour trip and the last part was in buckets and buckets of rain. In fact, when I got to Columbia the tornado sirens were going off. I later heard that Boonville had gotten 6" of rain - yes I drove through all that! Thank you Lord for a safe trip and a great time with my family.
Anyway, here I am home with my tea time in my garden this morning. My garden is also rather "spent" but it is a beautiful day just the same. Welcome to a BITTERSWEET Tea In The Garden:
I visited three antique malls and a flea market on my trip and I found this huge basket of bittersweet which I love! I didn't see any in western Missouri but found some east of Columbia at the Artichoke Annie Antique Mall.
I have a few of the Price Kensington English Cottage
pieces that seem to scream fall.
Please pour yourself a cup of tea and enjoy the
fresh fall air this morning!
I recently acquired a few pieces of Johnson Brothers Old Mill pattern which I plan to mix and match with some other transferware for Thanksgiving.