Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Christmas Traditions

To celebrate the season my sister and I often have tea together.
The Lavender Bleu in West Linn, Oregon is about half
way between each of our homes and a great place to celebrate.
I love the tradition of including tea time for Christmas.
Ginger Peach tea was in my cup and such a beautiful cup it was.
There were all kinds of delights to satisfy the palette.
But most of all it was the time spent together over a cup of tea
and wishing each other a special Christmas time.

Do you include tea in your Christmas celebration?
Is it with someone special to your heart?

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


Bernideen Canfield said...

Dear Marilyn:
What great fun the two of you had. The food looks wonderful and I imagine it was a very relaxing time! How wonderful that you can meet at the 1/2 way point of travel!

Lorrie said...

Merry Christmas, Marilyn. Tea with your sister looks lovely.

beth said...

now i want to have tea with my sisters, too!!!

Jeanie said...

Now that's a fabulous Christmas tradition. How wonderful to have a sister with whom to celebrate. And ginger peach is my favorite! It looks GLORIOUS!

Mary said...

Your sis is lovely, you two really do look a lot alike! The tea looks delish too.

Hope your Christmas festivities are full of joyful moments dear Marilyn - we'll raise a glass to you and J and know your family help make it a special time. I know little D will be really enjoying everything this year - and may Santa shower him with trucks and such, LOL!

Love to you all - have a merry, peaceful, fun holiday.
Our love - Mary & Bob

Linda P said...

Meeting up with your sister for tea and cake each Christmas is a lovely tradition. Tea and cake is always on hand in my home for when folk drop by during the holiday period.

Margie said...

What a wonderful Christmas tea time tradition! Merry Christmas, Marilyn!

Bernideen said...

Dear Marilyn:
This post will be one of my featured ones tomorrow (Sat) from my blog party earlier in the week!