Wednesday, November 29, 2017

PLEASE PASS THE PUMPKIN PIE for "Friends Sharing Tea"

Yesterday I couldn't resist baking
 another pumpkin pie.  On Thanksgiving
 we just had one piece so I baked 
another and shared with our neighbors.

Where we live - it hardly looks like winter
and their certainly isn't any snow but
it was somewhat overcast:

We have raked our yard 3 times but we have
a huge cedar in the back that will remain
nice and green through the winter. 
 We do confess that we miss the snow
 of Colorado this time of year.

Like many of you, I have been enjoying
getting out the Christmas decorations:

My Pumpkin Pie recipe can be
found on any Libby's Pumpkin
Pie Filling.

I hope you can join me for my tea time
blog party "Friends Sharing Tea".
I also hope are able to enjoy all
the many pleasures and blessings of
this wonderful season!

I will be sharing at:
Tuesday Cuppa Tea
Home Sweet Home


Stephanie said...

Oh Bernideen, your home is ever so beautiful! All of your Christmas touches brought a smile to my face :)

Happy day to you! Hugs!

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

Your home is looking so lovely, as always, Bernideen! Thank you for giving us glimpses of your pretty decor. I'd love a slice of pumpkin pie and a cup of tea with your red transferware pieces. Thank you so much for hosting and I hope you have a happy week.

Curtains in My Tree said...

I'm wanting a piece of that pumpkin pie, I didn't have any for Thanksgiving this year.
I bet you are missing the beautiful snow from Colorado, I am also LOL
As usual your house is so charming and decorated to the hilt
Love your Nicole Sayer dolls

Marilyn Miller said...

Your decorations are wonderful!! I love the little houses and have a collection too. Oh that window with the curved top for a decoration is amazing. How I want one of those now. I use to make that same pumpkin pie recipe too.

Louca por porcelana said...

What a sweet post!Your home is beautiful and cozy!Love your gorgeous teaset!Thanks for hosting!Hugs!Maristella.

Margie said...

Your Christmas decor is lovely, Bernideen. I especially like the Christmas balls hanging from your chandelier. So pretty! Thank you for hosting!

At Rivercrest Cottage said...

Good to know Aunt Libby shared her family recipe with you too! Your pie looks prettier than mine did. I'll have to practice making a prettier crust.

Gina @ VictorianWannaBe said...

I think I'm living at the wrong place, can I be your neighbor?! lol
Your Christmas decorating is so charming! I always admire your Nicole Sayre dolls. I want snow too! I'll get ahold of you tomorrow about Saturday. :)

Antiques And Teacups said...

Hi Bernideen. Your home is lovely! I haven’t started yet, as my Honey hasn’t been well...hope to soon! Pumpkin pie is a must to repeat. I love it but my Honey doesn’t so like to come across it at a restaurant or back sale. Have a lovely week and thanks for hosting.

Jean | said...

Bernideen, your pumpkin pie looks soooo good. I'd love a piece right now! Since my post this week, chicken and mushroom penne pasta, is totally unrelated to tea (other than I drank a cup of tea immediately after dinner!), I've linked my very first tea-related post, posted in my first month - first *week* - of blogging nearly 8 years ago.

xinex said...

Love your Christmas decor and your pumpkin pie looks yummy!. Thanks for hosting!....Christine

xinex said...

Lovely Christmas decor and yummy
Pie! Thanks for hosting, Bernideen! Enjoy the Christmas season....Christine

Sylvia said...

Bernideen, I love the red ornaments on the dining room light fixture. Thanks for hosting. Sylvia D.

The Charm of Home said...

Your red transferware is lovely! May you have a blessed Holiday season! Thanks for hosting!