Oh what a beautiful day for an outdoor tea for Saydee and Me!
Beautiful bleeding hearts spill from a bud vase and my new found teapot with the roses is right at home in the garden. I found it at a thrift store for $5. Notice Saydee has her own little tea pot?
I have three of these sweet salad plates. Mixing patterns is always so fun!
We hear birds chirping and tiny puffs of white from the Cottonwood trees flurry by every now and then.
A robin hopped along on the lawn and Saydee squealed with delight.
Grandma loses herself amongst the pages of this beautiful book. I picked it up at D.I. (thrift) for $2. I have now added, New Jersey as a ‘must ‘ place to visit.
Never too early to teach a lady the etiquettes of tea time.
Saydee loved the little trailing hearts, but of course she wanted to know if they smelled, ‘purdy’! Alas, “gramma, they smell like dirt.”
She couldn’t decide which teacup to use. The pink and green set and the red and blue tray I found last Fall at an estate sale. The blue melamine cups I just picked up at a thrift for 50 cents each. My friend, Peggy spied them and knew I would want them for the little cupboard that will soon be under the stairs. Wonder if she knew that I had a tray that matched perfectly?
Saydee chose this cup for me.
Berries and tea, how sweet could this be?
While mommy’s away. . .Saydee and I play!
Hope you are having a wonderful day!
I will be sharing with:
Fishtail Cottage for Cottage Garden Party