Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Tea-Sipping Day

Mother Nature sent us a sprinkling of snow, just enough to remind us that winter is just around the corner.
The arctic blast of air lingers, furry Ugh boots, now replace dollar store flip-flops.
I've been working on my Christmas list, accompanied by two portly kitties at my side, and lots of lovely tea. 
Bone-chilling days, but spectacular autumn sunsets.
 
 

11 comments:

Maria Rodrigues said...

A cup of tea always tastes so good, especially on cold days.
Amazing sunset.
Great shot!
All the best
Maria

Susie said...

Jo, Oh a nice tea does sound good. Oh your little furry friends are sitting by you. I have truly been enjoying those fiery sunsets. Stay warm dear friend, Blessings, xoxo, Susie

DJan said...

Your kitties may be portly, but they are still very elegant creatures. I think I'll make myself a cuppa. :-)

Janet @ My Miniature Donkeys said...

Here in Michigan we received the blast of winter in ONE day. On Sunday it was fall, on Monday it was winter with over 8" of snow. No one was ready!

Speaking of tea, perhaps I'll have to borrow that lovely pot of yours...

Edna B said...

The tea sounds wonderful. That sunset is just gorgeous! You have a wonderful day, hugs, Edna B.

Henny Penny said...

Oh, that sounds so warm and cozy. I'm hoping this cold winter wind will stop blowing and let fall come back. We need a little sunshine.

Sandi said...

Ah, tea sounds nice right about now.

L. D. said...

Hot tea would cut the chill. Your sky filled with many colors is a wonderful shot.

Bonnie said...

What a lovely tea pot! I bought some tea leaves that are to fine for the strainer. A lady in Australia suggested I try using my coffee pot. I know you would be aghast but it works for the only tea drinker in the house....me. :-)

Lovely sunset.

Mrs. N in Japan said...

Beautiful. Conjures up such cozy feelings! (New Follower here). Have a wonderful time preparing for the holidays!

Matthew Feargrieve said...

I really love it, Thanks for sharing! Looking forward for more!