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Monday, December 19, 2011

A Cup of Christmas Tea

Last week I went to a tiny tea for three.

My friend Mary Jo (Faded Rosie) had the tea,
with a table beautifully set.  Note the
candle clipped on the plate.

We began with  some bubbly and a lovely salad.

There were many yummy little dishes to temp us.
All made by Mary Jo.

There is no picture of the scones she made, but
they were the best I have ever had!!

My friend Sue took these pictures.  For some
reason I am not prone to remember to bring my

At the end of our tea Mary Jo read a very sweet little
book called "A Cup of Christmas Tea"

It was a great little interlude during all this hustle and bustle!

Thank you Mary Jo


BirdSong said...

Thanks for posting our fun day! Do you have your tree up? xoxo

Into Vintage said...

Sounds (and looks) lovely! I suffer from the same no-camera disorder...

Merry Christmas! xo -amy

Florence said...

What a beautiful time you all must have had. I could feel the love through your post. Thanks for sharing. Hugs! Florence

Kathy said...

Oh what a lovely Christmas party!

sherri s. said...

How perfectly civilized (as we like to say around here). A quiet moment in the midst of a crazy time...what a wonderful treat!

GARAGE SALE GAL ~ Deb's Earthly Delights said...

Your tea looks awesome! What a lovely idea and reading the story is extra special!

{Bellamere Cottage} said...

Oh how wonderful! I did a tea for a gal's bridal I know how much work it is to put all that stuff together.... what a lovely job she did! Love the candle clipped on the plate. I have some of those things....I'm going to get them out and use them on the table! What a great idea.

Merry, merry Christmas to you and yours...



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