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Sunday, April 14, 2013

Season Change

Time to change the teapot from the Blue Willow back to the Summer Pansies design.
I confess to being a tea addict, it's the first thing that passes my lips in a morning and the last thing at night, even going so far as taking a cuppa to bed with me.


I came about the addiction honestly, and put it down to all those times we English children were offered milky tea in our bottles as we were growing up.

Yes, they start us at an early age.


10 comments:

Country Gal said...

Yup we are tea grannies here to lol ! First thing in the morning for us to and last thing at night and yes even take a cupa up to bed as well ! Yup British parents was raised on tea lol ! Best drink in the house I think lol I do love the pansy tea pot so pretty . Did it come from England ? Thanks for sharing ! Have a good day !

Lady Jane said...

I love my cuppa also. I have a teapot collection above my kitchen cabs and some teacups. I absolutely love that pansy teapot!!!

Rosewalk Cottage said...

Your teapots are lovely. I enjoy a cup of tea every evening.
~Clara

Winifred said...

Oh I do wish I liked tea. Everyone says it's so refreshing. My Mam always had the kettle on the range and the tea pot at the ready. We used to laugh about how much tea she drank.

I have a beautiful Wedgewood Blue Willow teapot but it rarely gets used. My husband gets tea bag in his mug!

Janneke said...

Your blue willow and pansy teapots are both beautiful. I collect teapots and love my cup of tea in the early morning, in the afternoon and at night. And....I am not English but from Holland, yes I was in England when I was young as an `au pair´ where I learned to drink tea with milk, now I am addict to milky tea.

B. Rogers, Living in Black Mountain said...

I love both your teapots...and I don't drink anything like English tea...rather prefer the herbal varieties myself, hot or cold. But I do make teapots, and thus enjoy seeing beautiful ones!

Deb said...

I might as well have been English since I was drinking tea at age 7. Love your pansy tea-pot. Aren't pansies the sweetest little flowers. I like the ritual of changing the tea-pot come Spring and Winter. Deb

Tweedles -- that's me said...

A beautiful tea pot, and I know the tea was good too!
love
tweedles

Nellie said...

We are tea drinkers here, too! Love that teapot!

Indigo Blue said...

Would it be too nosey to ask how many tea pots you have? I will confess to three and one single tea pot with matching cup and saucer.

Not much beats a good cup of tea....well may be a cup of tea and a slice of homemade fruit cake as well.
xx