Friday, September 14, 2012

Good Morning Sunshine

 
 
 
 
The morning sun is shining like a glorious hello,
saying come join me as we share a cup of tea in the garden.
Soon, very soon the clouds will come and the rain will fall.
Step out into the morning and enjoy tea in the sun.
Have a delightful weekend.
I hope the sun is shining and you have time to sit in the garden
and savor the moment under the sun.
Maybe you are reading a special book while sitting there too.

What tea and what book would you take to the garden today?

14 comments:

La Tea Dah said...

Beautiful pictures! I will be sure to take some time to enjoy tea & garden today. Thank you for the reminder.

Kate said...

First, I totally enjoy Shelley's work. I can't think of anything that would be more relaxing than tea, a garden and poetry!

Laurie said...

Your basket looks so beautiful and inviting Marilyn. The sun is shining now after a very rainy morning.
I've been reading a series called Tales From Grace Chapel Inn. Beautiful books. A good cup of herbal tea sounds so awesome right now,as soon as the swing dries that's where I'm headed!

Mark said...

Looks like a beautiful beginning of a great day, love the photos, enjoy.

Annie said...

Good evening, Marilyn. You gave us a very lovely morning.

Linda said...

Morning Marilyn. Your basket looks so pretty. I love your poetry book with the rose design. A devotional or a book of poems and tea would start my day well.
Have a lovely weekend.

S. Etole said...

Wonderful filtered light. It's a beauty of an autumn day here.

koralee said...

Lots of sun here too...tomorrow I plan to spend some time in it! Hugs.

Adrienne said...

Love the filtered sunlight on your pretty basket! I would love to take tea in the garden this morning - Earl Grey, perhaps. And a few chapters from a sweet, contemporary love story I'm reading in bits and pieces.
~Adrienne~

Tracy said...

What beautiful vignettes these photos, Marilyn! Books and tea... the perfect companions. It's an early autumn day here, chilly, so a robust Assam or Ceylon tea sounds good right now. And for my book it would have to be the collected poems of Robert Frost. :o) Happy Week, my friend ((HUGS))

Angela McRae said...

Hmmm ... it's raining here so I don't guess I'll be in the garden today. (But grateful for the rain! No complaints!)

Linda at Friendship Tea said...

Pouring the rain here, but I will read my Perfect Places for Afternoon Tea (in Britain) book and pretend I'm in the garden!

relevanttealeaf said...

I would read my new Tea Celebrations book from Tea Time magazine.

Jeanie said...

I could just see this on a Moo card. Or your Moo business card! They were my product find! This is such a warm, inviting and lovely photo! Happiness, my friend!