Sunday, September 20, 2009

~~~A Spot of Tea For You And Me~~~

It's been one of those weeks around here. Twelve and Thirteen hour days at the other job plus running my own shop and "major" computer problems. The desk top went down 3 weeks ago and Dell just couldn't find time to come out. Then the laptop starting throwing a hinky fit. Usually, when I come home from work I like to wind down by checking out my favorite blogs and returning comments. That was not the case, until late yesterday. Finally I got up and running. Thankfully, through all of the long hours I've had to put in  Mr. P has had a very good week.  So, I'm back. I've missed all of you!!  :-))

What better way to start off the week than with Chari at Happy to Design. She's hosting Sunday Favorites. A chance to repost some of our favorite past posts. This is my first time participating, I'm looking forward to the fun. Click here for a full list of those participating.
I thought I would share of one of my "favorite" tea sets. I posted this originally in February last year. My goodness where has the time gone? Many years ago I had a rose bedroom and this was the perfect compliment for that room. (Pictures originally taken with the old camera, I apologize for the quality. ) The swirl of the plate and the gold trim puts the finishing touch on the already beautiful plate.
I love the swoop of the handle. :-)See the reflection in the mirror? Yes, this originally set in the toile bedroom. The past few months have brought some changes in this room. Keep checking back. The changes will certainly surprise you. :-) I've enjoyed your visit today. Stayed tuned there are lots of new things coming .As you can see at the top of my blog only 30 short days to my 1 year Blogaversary. Starting tomorrow, you'll see "small" hints of things to come. I hope you keep checking back for the fun. Chari thanks for hosting this event today. Be sure to swing over by Happy to Design and check out the others participating. hugs ~lynne~



21 comments:

Blondie's Journal said...

Lovely tea set, Lynne. It's so my taste. I could imagine curling in in bed with a nice warm pot beside me!!

Have a wonderful Sunday, my friend!

xoxo
Janie

Mary Ellen (megardengal) said...

What a pretty tea set. I love the edging on the plate. How fun to have a little tea party with this pretty!

blessings
mary

mbkatc230 said...

This is a beautiful set Lynne. So happy that you got your computer problems worked out. And your days sound like mine lately. Hope things slow down for you some. Have a wonderful Sunday. Kathy

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

I love this pretty teaset. The roses are just so gorgeous and the scalloped plate and the beautiful shapes of the set are all so lovely. I can't wait to see all your changes. Hugs, Marty

bennie and patsy said...

Glad you got it all worked out. Lovely Tea Set.
Patsy

Barb~Bella Vista said...

Hi Lynne, lovely teaset....so elegant and downright pretty!

Hope you get the computer problems worked out....aren't they the pits?

Happy Sunday, sweetheart!

Barb ♥

Its So Very Cheri said...

Be sure to come by tonight around 9pm (Eastern time) for the announcement so you don't miss out. I promise-it good-really really good.
Cheri
Its So Very Cheri

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Absolutely Gorgeous Lynne. I so love the handle on that tea pot. It is just so stunning. And the scrollwork on that plate is so delicate and intricate. I can see what drew you to it. It is most unusual. Love it. Thanks for sharing.

I can understand your frustrations with your computer, I am a course developer and I am on a computer
10+ hours a day. Some days you just want to throw it right out the window, if I had one in my cubicle.

Please stop by and say hi. Country hugs, Sherry

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Lynne, your blog looks so pretty. Love that background color, but your changing my guest room?? Oh No! I loved that room, but I'm sure whatever you've done, it will be wonderful too. Love this beautiful tea set. laurie

Dolores said...

I'm so glad you have your computer problems fixed, we miss you when you're gone.

Your tea set is so delicate and beautiful!! Goodness, you have so many pretties....

I'm looking forward to seeing 'the new things coming'....

It's so good to hear that Mr. P had a good week, here's hoping for 2 in a row!!

Hugs,

Aimee said...

The teaset is gorgeous! There is something so lovely and aristocratic about an elegant teaset to me. They are just so elegant!

If you get a chance, stop by my Blog for a visit! I just put up a new post...
Have a great day,
Aimee

onlymehere said...

Beautiful tea set. My mom and grandma Annie drank tea and this brings back memories of them. I got mom's brown teapot with dainty little flowers on it when she passed. I don't drink tea but it's a beautiful reminder of her. Love your set and the memories it gave me today. Sorry about your computer trouble. I hope that's all in the past now. My computer is sooooo slow to load pages anymore and it's frustrating. My son is going to look at it next weekend and see if he can help speed it up.

Cindy (Applestone Cottage) said...

I love that set Lynne, it's just the ultimate in pretty and girlie. How do you do it girl? Sounds like you have a super busy schedule I'm amazed you can keep up with blogging at all. Hugs, Cindy

Shelia said...

HI Dear Lynne! Oh, I love your tea set! You have the most lovely things! I believe I've said that before. Hope you're having a great weekend.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

ceekay said...

Lynne...is that the sugar bowl with those gorgeous handles...that is absolutley lovely!!!

Deanna said...

Your china is so lovely! So glad you shared.

Sorry about the computer stuff.

May God Bless you,
d

Jessica said...

This is just beautiful sweet Lynne~

Hope this week is much better for you!

Big hugs~ J

Chari said...

Mornin' Girlfriend...

Sorry that I'm just now getting over for your Sunday Favorites post. We had the kids this weekend and left early yesterday to take them back to their mothers...we didn't get home till 10 last night!

Anyway...I was so excited to have you join in with the fun of Sunday Favorites this week, Darlin'!!! What a fabulous post to reshare with all of us...ohhh, that pink rose tea set is absolutely gorgeous!!! You do have the prettiest things, my friend!!! Hmmm...so before the toile it was roses in that guest room? I think I understood that correctly! Well I know that I love the toile bedroom but I bet the rose decor was beautiful as well! Darlin', this post and your mention of the toile bedroom took me back to some of the sweetest memories of our friendship and RMS! So sweet!!! And you know that I just adore your toile bedroom...it's one of my "all time favorites" for bedrooms!!!

Thank you so much for sharing this gorgeous rose tea set with us...it's lovely!!!

Have a marvelous Monday, my friend!!!
Love ya,
Chari

KMfamily ;-) said...

Good to have you back Lynne!
Your china is beautifull!
It has some great curves to it.

Diane @ Four Paws and Co said...

Beautiful tea set & you've changed the room - I can hardly wait to see it now! ♥ diane

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