Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Tea Time in the Garden









We have had such a mild winter that it was time for tea in the garden.
A time to celebrate the blooms in season.
Plus enjoy the sunshine, tea, and a sweet or two.
The sun was calling me.
The colors just made me smile.
The tea in the cup delighted my soul.

What is in your cup today?

I am enjoying a special gift of oolong with figs from Provence
from Compagnie Coloniale in Paris.
It is quite lovely for a sunny day in winter.

13 comments:

Ruth W said...

Isn't it amazing we have had such mild weather?! Our daffs are just coming out. Love your pretty setting and Sadler teapot. Would love for you to join my link up Tuesday Cuppa Tea which is open now.
Ruth

Sylvia said...

A pretty setting for tea. Pretty teapot. My daffodils are blooming now, too.

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

Tea in the garden already...I'm so envious Marilyn. I see a vacant spot and would love to join you and share the yummy goodies.

Bernideen said...

Marilyn:
I am still in such amazement about your weather and blooming garden. It is just about to snow here any minute. I love your pink teapot as that is truly a treasure!

Laura Morrigan said...

Perfect setting! Can I come to tea?

Nora @ Teacup Tales said...

It looks so inviting. I just enjoyed a cup of Vanilla black tea by Harney & Sons in my backyard. The sun was shining, and it was just me, my cup, a book and the chair. Nothing at all as pretty as yours.

Steph said...

Yay! Love the little cherub that joined you, too.

Margie said...

What a lovely tea setting! I especially like the yellow cup and saucer.

Jeanie said...

Can't believe you can have tea in the garden! Your setting is glorious and it looks delish, too!

Joy said...

What a beautiful tea table! How wonderful to have flowers in bloom already.

Relyn Lawson said...

Thanks, friend, for your encouragement to consider why I blog. I am glad to be plugging along beside you.

Angela McRae said...

You have daffodils! Color me jealous! And that fig oolong sounds wonderful. Makes me long for tea in the garden here!

Prairie Patch Quilts said...

I love everything about your post today. I love the layered tablecloths and all the different pottery pieces you have displayed on the table. Such a beautiful setting outside with greenery and flowers.