Thursday, March 27, 2014

Season Change

I've declared it's time to change the teapot from the Blue Willow back to the Summer Pansies design.
Maybe it will help move along those snow flurries that fell yesterday.


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.


Country Gal said...

Same here . We are tea crazy here to lol I can not function with out my morning cuppa tea lol . I had milky tea in the bottle as a toddler or cup and a special tea cup of our own when we got older lol ! I do love that pansy tea pot . Thanks for sharing . Have a good day !

Willow said...

Oh this does make me smile .
Ido so love a good cuppa (even more so with a hobnob) , though coffee is oft my morning brew.
I still have tea parties with a friend of two now and again ~ must have ingrained those few years I lived in the UK as a child :))

DeniseinVA said...

Beautiful teapots Jo, great memories.

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

Your teapots are really lovely, and using them I've no doubt makes your tea that much more enjoyable!

Kathy said...

I've never been to the UK but grew up with milky tea. Must have been around 2 years old when my mom introduced me to it. Don't use milk now, but still love my tea!

By the way, those are beautiful teapots you have.

Bernideen said...

Love them both!!!! You do know the legend of the blue willow right? if not - you would love it!

L. D. said...

Both of your tea pots are beautiful. I tire of coffee and yet want something to drink that is hot, it will be tea. I am sure your tea taste better than mine as you know what you are doing when it comes to making tea.

vic said...

That's my introduction to coffee as well. Can remember drinking coffee liberally laced with milk with my Grandmother when I was about 4.

Victoria in Indiana

Janice Kay Schaub said...

I love the pansy teapot