Friday, January 29, 2010

~~I'm a Little Teapot~~

Welcome everyone, I'm so glad you stopped by.

Wow!! These last couple of days have been spent full of doctor appointments, tests, more tests scheduled for Mr. P and "major" computer problems. I'm hoping between Dell and AT&T I'm finally up and running more than 5 minutes at a time. I'm happy to be participating in Pink Saturday graciously hosted each week by Beverly.
A whole day full of beautiful pinks. I know after the cloudy few days we've had, I'm looking forward to seeing all that luscious beauty. :-))

This is my handle, this is my spout
With a glow of a candle and a great magazine

Dreaming only of roses and upcoming Spring


Thank you for stopping by today. I hope the sun is shining where ever you are. Be sure to treat yourself by swinging over to Beverly's for a full list of all the beautiful pink participants.
hugs ~lynne~



35 comments:

Rose Haven said...

Oh...I love this China pattern...all the beautiful roses!! I'd love a cup of tea right now! 7 degrees outside and just back from walking the dogs!!

~Blessings,
Jan

Chari said...

Hello sweet girl...

Ohh my...sounds like you've been busy with the Drs. Hoping and praying that all will be well, Sweetie!!!

Lynne, this has got to be the prettiest tea set ever! I just adore it! Of course, I love the pretty pink roses but it's those gorgeous little gold feet on those teacups that took my breath away!!! Love them!!! What a beautiful tea table...thank you so much for sharing it with us!!! By the way, I love Romantic Home magazine! I need to get a subscription because I can never find it here anymore!

Well Darlin', thinking of you and sending big hugs your way! I hope that you have a wonderful weekend and hoping that your computer problems are fixed! Russ' kids are coming this weekend so it'll be busy at my place! Talk with you later, dear friend!

Love ya,
Chari

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Still have the prayers ongoing.
Love your gorgeous teapot and the cups with their precious little feet are just the cutest ever. Got to get a new magazine, so I can curl up with some tea too. Hugs, Marty

Ms. Bake-it said...

What a lovely tea set and setting! Thank you for sharing it with us.

~ Tracy

Kathysue said...

Hi Lynne, I have two words for you PRETTY & PINK. I truly said, Aaaaaah! when I opened your post. Just lovely absolutely lovely!!! Kathysue

Blondie's Journal said...

Lynne~~~~

You have a gorgeous tea set. I love the gold footings...so elegant. Perfect for a cup of tea and a great magazine. Sounds like a plan for tonight!!

xoxo
Jane

bennie and patsy said...

Glad you can post, lovely tea cup.
Patsy

Linda said...

So pretty! I love that cup and saucer! Hope things will be getting back to normal.

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Hope things will settle down for you and M. P soon. Thanks for sharing your pretty tea set. I really like the cup with the gold feet.
No sunshine here - cold, snow, sleet, freezing rain and more tonight. :(
Stay warm and have a great weekend.
Glenda

Designs on 47th Street said...

Hi Lynne, Sorry you and Mr.P are having to go through so many dr. appts. and testing for him. It must be difficult at times.

You sure did treat us to some beautiful photos of that LOVELY tea set. Oh my goodness. Just love that cup and saucer with the gorgeous teapot. That is a beautiful pattern.

No sun here, just frigid temps!

jerseygirl211 said...

Hello Dear Lynne,

How nice it would be, to be able to share a 'spot of tea', with you from your beautiful tea set. I love apple & cinnamon tea on a cold, winter night. Well.....maybe the Boilo would taste better. Our son-in-law and my husband make when our daughter and her family come here at Thanksgiving. It does make me warmer,so much faster, with it's 100 proof, Four Queens, whiskey in it. After a few of those we could forget our troubles. ;)

I'm sure your worn out after Mr P's appointments, I feel it's worse on the ones waiting than those getting tested.

Still no camera, since I wrote about it last, I recieved and returned another one that wouldn't work. Today I received a call from Pentax saying they were sending another new one to me, I asked them to PLEASE test it first. I can only hope that this one works.

We are in the middle of laying down hardwood floors in our LR, so our house is disrupted and of course since the carpet was pulled up, we decided the walls & woodwork could use a fresh coat of paint. I'm sure you know how that it, one thing leads to another.

Wishing you days that are less stressful. God Bless

Hugs
'D'

KMfamily ;-) said...

Hi Lynne,
Sorry to hear your computer is still on the fritz.

Love that china!! - looks perfect for Valentine tea with all those lovely pinks.

thanks for sharing

The Muse said...

We always have you and your love in prayer :)

My DIL is trying to tole paint, ms Lynne and has asked me to send her rose images...I am sending her to your blog...those are just so perfect...love that teapot!

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Lynne, that is such a beautiful tea set. I love the shape and the pattern - so feminine and pretty. We have about 6 inches of snow on the ground with ice under that, and we may get some more tonight. Fortunately, we still have electricity. We lost so many limbs last year that I hope there aren't any big enough to bring down the power lines this year. I hope you got good dr. reports. laurie

Sonia said...

Lynne that pink tea service is so girly..I just love it!! Hope you have a great Pink Saturday!

Miss Bloomers

Deanna said...

Lovely china!!!
Cheered me up...so tired and need some energy.
Sweet blessings to you this week-end and everyday.
d

Jeanette said...

I just love your teapot and just love all the china. The entire vignette is just lovely.

I send best wishes to your family to get through this time.

Thank you for stopping my to visit with our redneck easter picnic.

Tardevil said...

Gorgeous dishes, Lynne! You always take the best pics! Hope Mr. P is doing ok. Sorry about the computer problems! I always hate those. We're getting snow here. It's been snowing about 7 hours, and we probably have 7 inches. I'll be glad when winter is over, but I probably don't have to tell you about that! LOL! Have a great weekend.

onlymehere said...

I'm actually hoping for some snow today like the weatherman says! Not that I like snow, heavens no, but our inversion is back and if it snows it clears it out and the air gets much better. I hope your weekend goes better than your week did and that your internet and computer start cooperating! I enjoy your visits and look forward to seeing that you've come by! Keep smiling! Cindy

Dolores said...

Your tea set is so delicate and beautiful ......wishing I was sipping tea with you right now.

My thoughts and prayers are with you on Mr. P's health.
Computer problems are just awful, hoping all is fixed.
Stay warm....
Love,
Dolores

fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

oh dear.. what lovely teaset! love all the china roses! soooo beautiful!.. and what could be better things to do than sit with a cup of tea in lovely set with such valentine inspiration magazines!.. thanks for sharing and Happy PS

Treasia Stepp said...

What a gorgeous tea set. Love the pink roses.

Dining Delight said...

Gorgeous pics! Such a cozy inviting glow. Love that teapot with the roses and I've never seen any cups with handles like those - terrific! I'd love to sit down and have a cuppa and take a look at that magazine.

Thinking of you and Mr.P as well as hoping your computer issues are on the mend!

DD

JudyBug said...

I love this sweet little teapot! So romantic!

Porches & Petit Fours said...

Stunning tea set! I really love the design of your tea cup.

Vicki said...

Hi, Lynne,
Beautiful post full of things I love: roses, tea cups and pots, candlelight, Valentines, and Romantic Homes magazine. Thank you for sharing your pretties with us today! Happy Pink Saturday, dear friend! Enjoy your weekend! Vicki

Betty (picture circa 1951) said...

What a pretty tea pot. Nice photography too.

Gabriela said...

Happy Pink Saturday!


What a lovely tea cup!



~ Gabriela ~

9405018--Pat said...

Hi Lynne, I love this tea set....I hope you got a good Dr. report this time..it's so hard to go through...We have sunshine now how about you....we have about 1" snow at lease no ice...take care friend...Pat H
stay warm

Scooterblu's Whimsy~Rhonda said...

Hi Lynne, Your china set is precious! So elegant and beautiful! And your pictures of the vingette are wonderful as well, so professional looking.

Thinking of, and saying a little prayer for you and Mr. P! ~hugs, Rhonda :)

Lynne (lynnesgiftsfromtheheart) said...

Hi Pat.. thanks for stopping by darling... wondered how you were doing over there. No, we didn't get any snow last night, well.... a dusting but compared to what we did have that was nothing..lol.. I've been busy downstairs changing the shop around today... what a huge difference... Mr. P is scheduled for more tests next week.... pray girl.....pray... stay warm it's getting cold again out there.. I hope your mother is doing ok... hugs ~lynne~

xinex said...

Oh Lynne, what an adorable tea set. I just love the romantic look....Christine

♥Mimi♥ said...

I ♥ to come here on Pink Saturday. Your blog is always so sweet and comforting. Cold and gloomy winter up here this year so Pink Saturday is one day I can always count on for a little pink ray of sunshine.

Thanks for being my pink sunshine today☺

Wishing you the comfort and warmth of those you love this weekend.

Regina said...

Dear Lyn. Such a gorgeous tea set. Love the design. Happy Pink.
Enjoy the weekend.

http://lisacharlesparsons.blogspot.com said...

I love those tea cups with the pedestals!!! Where did you find those? Love your blog!