Thought you might like to see what I see out my kitchen window. The flowers in my yard are beautiful!
My nephew, John went to Italy and brought the Cafe, Latte and
Zucchero set back for us. My husband and I brought the little houses back from Scotland. The ulu is from Alaska. The ballerina is green and from Occupied Japan.
I am going to try to join other blog events for the first time! Wish me luck!
I hope you will sit for a few minutes and read my bog and enjoy yourself........we all deserve to do something for ourselves everyday! I figure if your reading this you MUST be a dishaholic!
I love teacups and have been saving them since I was 16. I do have quite a few but no where to store them. I am working on that!
For now they are on a shelf in a bedroom upstairs (not practical). Slowly as I share them, I will bring them down and have to do something with them! I am hoping this moves me to go and buy a china cabinet to store them.....
My husband bought me the teapot. The cup was given to me by my Aunt Elaine.....
This beautiful black & gold teacup is Elizabethan. The only other mark is Made in England and Fine Bone China. There is a little gold "2".
The two plates are a new purchase. We bought them in a shop that was going out of business in Old Spring, Texas.
Both are signed by Marjolein Bastin.
The teapot has two sides. I thought I took both but I didn't. I guess you will see it in another post!
This is my favorite picture! You can see my new clock.
I would like to Thank
Susan at BNOTP for hosting Tablescape Thursday
Katherine at Lady Katherine Tea Parlor for Tea Time Tuesday
I am not sure how I find out who does what but I am learning!
I am ready to take the next step!!!
Thank you for visiting Sweetladyelaine...I enjoy visiting your blogs.
Come back and to see my progress!
Have a wonderful week
Blessings My Friends,