Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Of Course, There was TEA

 This past weekend I played with tea friends.
That jar holds one of my "go-to" teas.
I always pick up a bag of Dian Hong at New Century Tea Gallery
when we visit Seattle.
 Tea friends are the best and we love sitting at this table for a tea tasting.

 Then it was off to Floating Leaves to taste more tea.
 Finally the reason for the trip, the NW Tea Festival where the
little blue traveling teapot found a friend.
I am hosting this teapot for the month of October,
so you just may see it show up again during the month.
You can find my full post with the teapot at:
There were eight of us from Portland hosting the WuWo Tea Ceremony 
under the Space Needle.  The day was a perfect day for tea in the sunshine.

Take Note, a Give-Away:  In the celebration of tea in the sunshine I have a small give-away.
Just leave a comment on this post and I will choose one of you
to receive a book called Herbal Tea Gardens, a magazine from Tea Time Magazine
that I picked up just for you at the tea festival, and I know there will be a little tea tucked
inside the package too.   The drawing will take place on Friday, October 16th.

Linking to Bernideen at http://blog.bernideens.com/


La Tea Dah said...

I would love being entered in your drawing, Marilyn. I loved your post.

Bernideen said...

What great photos and friends in abundance. I loved the table which is a work of art with friends gathered around. The guy was the perfect person for a photo with the traveling teapot. How wonderful to attend this festival and walk away with more tea education! So glad you shared.

Cheryl said...

I so wanted to go to the festival and see all the wonderful venders. Thank you for sharing the photos, I almost feel as if I were there.

Laura said...

I would love to be entered. Thank you. Glad you had a good time at your tea festival.

Lorrie said...

The tea festival sounds like such a fun and tasty event! Tea treats are the best.

Margie said...

How fun! Now I'm off to catch up on the adventures of the Traveling Teapot!

Angela McRae said...

Am so jealous of your getting to play with tea friends … AND go to a tea festival! Fun! And yes, please enter me in the giveaway. Thanks for the opportunity!

Jeanie said...

Looks like tons of fun, Marilyn -- just your cuppa tea! So festive and I know you had the best time!

Anonymous said...

Is it too late to put my name in the pot for the tea drawing?
I've been off line for several days.

Rosemary said...

The New Tea Gallery looks like a great place to visit with friends over tea! Fingers crossed on the give-away!

Lori Ragalis said...

love this blog site so much!!!

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

A tea tasting would be so much fun with friends.

small town teacups and gardens said...

So wish we lived closer, love love love your blog. new to this just figured out how to comment. hope in time for the drawing. thank you and keep up great work