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 Welcome to my 12th Tea Time Tuesday. Celebrating a special day today as it is the first day of  few that I’ve felt well enough to step out. I couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate than to have a tea party.

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One day at a time has been ordered by the doctors, and for good reason after my 12 day hospital stay. This day I’ll take it remembering friends who stopped by and had tea. Join me in the journey along with Sandi our host of TEa Time Tuesday at Rose Chintz Cottage, you’ll be glad you did.

Its early morning and no one is awake yet. As I enter the kitchen I can hear tea cups clacking coming from the Tea Room. I approach, and hear nothing. Oh well it must be my imagination I say to myself, then remember its Tuesday June 5th the day I promised myself to return for tea.  

The place setting I’ve chosen

And The Tea Cup

The Pattern is Floral, I like it like that

With this Tea Pot and Cozy

Goes this Matching Tea Pot Tablecloth

I’ve picked out my Hat

I’ll need a Clutch with the Hat

I’ll need to pick the right Tea

I got that down packed

I found the Perfect Creamer for One

Anne of Green Gables will hold my hot Tea Pot just right

While I enjoy Tea for One in the Middle of the Night!

It is nice to see everyone again and join in for and early morning tea. This week has been the best out of 5. Positive thoughts and prayers have moved me along, I hold this dear as it has made me strong.

Cindy ~00~

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is a rose… Welcome to my 11th Tea Time Tuesday. Celebrating a special day today as it is the 2nd Birthday for Tea Tuesday Hosted by our lovely friend Sandi over at  Rose Chintz Cottage where friends gather for a speck of life’s simple pleasures, be it a place setting, china or sweets….somewhere we all connect.

A Rose, is a rose, is a rose is a rose… was written by Gertrude Stein as part of the 1913 poem Sacred Emily, which appeared in the 1922 book Geography and Plays. In that poem, the first “Rose” is the name of a person. Stein later used variations on the sentence in other writings, and “A rose is a rose is a rose” is probably her most famous quotation, often interpreted as meaning “things are what they are.”  

What they are for each is individual but for me my first rose would be yes a name, Rose Mockett my grandmother. My second Rose would be the middle name of my daughter Victoria Rose. My third rose is pleasurable but comes with many thorns, my “Grandma’s Tea Room.”

Give it up for a Rose

Grandma's Tea Pot

A Gifted Rose Tea Cup

Rose tea cup

Under sits a Saucer

rose saucer for a tea cup

Elegant Rose Cup & Saucer

rose tea cup

My 3rd Rose, Anna-Grace

My 3rd Rose Anna-Grace

Rose Coloured Birthday Card marks a celebration

Rose Coloured Birthday Card

Rose Sea Glass Wire Wrapped Pendant

SeaGlass Rose

Wire Wrapped Rose Beads

Rose Beads

Rose Sea Glass, Lovely isn’t it?

Rose SeaGlass

What are “The Thorns”? For me the thorns are not colourful, they are stressful and come from  something I enjoy the most in life and that is our Grandma’s Tea Room and Blogging.  I’m learning fast that the wonderful things I created in my life have become too much to handle as I’ve aged ten years in this past one, and so I need to cut back, just a little.  I’m taking a blog break. I’ll miss you my friends, but please don’t feel I’ve gone away for long, heavens no! but just long enough to compose for, A rose, is a rose, is a rose.

~Hugs Cindy   

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