Thursday, March 26, 2020


I thought I would set up a little tea time by
the sliding doors today and enjoy the
view of what is becoming a green back
yard.  We have had lots of rain and the
bulbs are coming up.

This morning they had a "senior hour" at
the market so we took advantage of that
and picked up some things.  I bought a
small package of pink roses and a stem of
baby's breathe to go with my daffodils.

I hope you love tea as we are
having some.

I have a collection of English Bone China
cups and saucers that I love.  

The spoon is a commemorative of
Queen Victoria's reign 1837 to 1897.

We have a warmer day today
so I am excited about that.
It could reach 70 degrees.
That should really draw the 
bulbs out of the ground.  

During this time we are staying in our own
homes and we can still go out into our yards.

I hope you are well and take care!


Louca por porcelana said...

Wonderful pictures!That amazing teapot made me swoon...Gorgeous teacups and an adorable crocheted cloth.I also love your beautiful flowers!God bless.

Sandi Magle said...

Hi, Berniodeen. I can see your garden beginning to perk up, you are always ahead of us, here! Lovely table and the Daffy's make me wistful, because of their first appearance in the stores, I would purchase two little bundles of unopened for my mom, and bring them to her, no matter what or how much snow was between us. Now I wait for ours to bloom, and I fill her favorite pitcher and put it on the table. Thanks for the sweet views!

Sandra said...

Such a beautiful Tea Time. It brings happiness in this otherwise stressful time. Your flowers are a welcome start to Spring. You definitely have a beautiful view outside your window to watch and dream of what is yet to come.

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Your garden is so calming and inviting, soon everything will be in bloom and tea in the garden can be a regular event once again.
Beautiful china tea sets.

Lynn said...

Bernideen, there is that lovely square tea cup with violets, it is so
charming. Glad to see the sun in your window and the cut flowers on the
table. I just finished a cup of green tea with ginger and lemon.
At least being at hone gives us all a chance to unwind a bit and try not
to dwell on the virus.


I have the same gorgeous teapot, except in little roses. I love yours too.
All your teacups and beautiful setting and flowers make me smile. I so adore tea time the most.
The Queen's spoon is simply a treasure.
Thank you for your sweet comment dear friend.
I miss your Tea Time party.
Keep safe and blessings Bernideen.

Margie said...

What a lovely tea time. I don't have much of a green thumb so I always enjoy seeing your beautiful garden.

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

I'm loving your pretty tea by the window, Bernideen, and am happy to join you, and gaze out into your backyard.