Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Tea Break

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Take a break.
Leave all your stress and worry behind.


Enjoy a nice, hot, cup of tea with me.


(Teacups- Memory Lane, Royal Albert)



Linked to  Teacup Thursday.

38 comments:

  1. I do love that china pattern - my mother has a set and it has been a favourite since I was a child!

    Pomona x

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  2. Oh, thank you, I so needed a tea break. Tea always tastes better in a pretty cup. xo

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  3. Ahhhh...so wonderful Gayle! Reminds me of Hyacinth's periwinkles by Royal Doulton :)

    Blessings!
    Gail

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  4. I have been away from blogging for so long! Yours is the first post I have commented on in forever. I am studying for comps and then I should be able to be more faithful! The tea looks marvelous!

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  5. tea sounds wonderful. love your vintage embroidered tea napkins.

    xo
    molly

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  6. I love Memory Lane. So pretty and restful I think! Perfect for a reflective tea break!
    Ruth

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  7. Blue and white china always looks so serene. Lovely tea setting.

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  8. I would love to! Green tea in a blue cup. Perfect!

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  9. This looks so lovely! I need a tea break and soon!

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  10. How lovely! Such an elegant tea set! Blessings,Kathleen

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  11. what a sweet pattern. This is the time of year I will make myself a pot.

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  12. The tea pot is gorgeous. Not to mention the cups and napkins. Cucumber sandwich and scones on the way. Smiles...Renee

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  13. Your china and linens are so pretty. I will be over soon.(giggles)
    Hugs
    donna

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  14. There's absolutely nothing at all like a good cup of tea, any time of day!

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  15. A cup of tea sounds great to me! My mother has 'Memory Lane', I remember her bringing it out on good/fancy occasions..brings back memories. I like the teapot..so pretty!

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  16. That sounds wonderful-relaxing and forgetting the stress of the day! I'll be right over!

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  17. Lovely tea pot! And I like the embroidered napkins.

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  18. I always look forward to your teacup vignettes. Gorgeous pics.

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  19. Just took you up on the break! Lovely...I have some of the blue calico, but not the your lovely pot!

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  20. You have such lovely tea sets Gayle. This one is so pretty and dainty and your napkins compliment it so well. I was curious to see if anyone could name the one you posted last week as I have never seen it before. I didn't know Roysl Albert made sets without names.

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  21. Thank you so much.I'm not sure,I will check.If I haven't, that's a good idea.There's a tiny cute story I can tell.Thank you again for the wishes and coming by for a visit-Denise

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  22. Beautiful set for a tea party!
    Wish I was there!

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  23. Thanks Momma.....I'll sit a spell....another cookie!

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  24. Love your tea cups and napkins.Thanks for visiting and sharing,JoAnn

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  25. I'm enjoying your tea party as I am sipping on my first cup of coffee this morning. My coffee mug doesn't compare to your beautiful tea setting.
    Jane

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  26. JUST LOVE THAT TEA POT. I HAVE A COUPLE OF PIECES TO IT..WELL I WOULD JUST LOVE A CUP OF HOT TEA..TY..HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND

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  27. Many thanks for the cuppa, I really needed that this morning.
    The tea cups are so pretty but I adore your chintzy teapot!

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  28. Such a pretty tea set! I have just made a cup of tea myself to enjoy while I read some blogs, so that was perfect timing! Have a lovely weekend.
    Helen x

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  29. SQUEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!! I just got our package. I am SO excited about those totem poles! I have never seen anything like them, but we love totem poles (we did a blog post about how to make one from paper bags once) and I can't wait to use them for Muffin Tin Monday. You are so sweet to send one for each boy! I've already got my MTM post scheduled for this Monday, but I'll definitely be using them for the following Monday. And thank you also for the roasted seaweed - yum! It's been a couple of months since I last had any - so YAY!!

    Your tea breaks always look so peaceful and lovely :-)

    Thanks again!!

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  30. I am having a morning tea right now....hugs to you for a great Sunday. xoxoxo Love your teapot!!!

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  31. I'd be glad to take a tea break with you! :-)

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  32. Sounds perfect. A cuppa tea is just the ticket. :))

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  33. I'm loving looking through your posts.

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  34. I just came across your blog doing a search on this very pattern of china that I'm considering purchasing...it does look so pretty when it's in "presentation". I think my mind is made up, thanks!

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THANK YOU for your thoughtful comments. Replies to your questions will be posted here, so be sure to check back soon. Have a wonderful day! - Gayle, Garden Of Daisies