It's a "pink-a-licious" day. Time to put aside those those strawberry and raspberry smoothies in favour of pumpkin tea. However I certainly won't refuse a pinkalicious bouquet of flowers from my Hubby .. Would you ?
AH Yes ... I'm still enjoying this weeks tea from same pink teacup.
It's part of the Royal Arden Home Collection of cups and saucers that Kim bought for me in Japan. I thought that the set might have been manufactured in Asia however, it is another lovely new collection of Bone China registered at the official European Union Trademark data base( CTM). Made in England , you say ... The answer is, " YES" ... and so true to it's Staffordshire traditions of beauty and subtle teatime enjoyment.
Infact, the tea set is "Perfect" for my, "pink-a-licious' mood. Haven't you ever had a day when everything you touch and see shine in the universal aura of " Pink" love. Of course, while I'm still trying to rejuvenate from the operation, the exhileration of pink lingers in the air, as a perfect reason to prolong women's issues and their " Cancer " marathon, along with just the delicious desire for the energy of the colour
( Ha Ha)
This is such a lovely varigated bouquet of lilies, which had to be tweeked, lest they stain the tablecloth. It's personally, one of the most unhappy parts of floral arranging, since the stamens possess such a gorgeous odour. I usually leave them on for two to three days before clipping . What do you do ?
It does reminds me of a merry dance of flower petals and it feels quite natural in my hand... I have heard that pink is a very calm feeling colour that neutralizes disorder. That's just what the doctor ordered.
I never tire of this perpetual gathering of roses, that is seen on many of the English tea sets. I am always amazed by how brilliant and fresh they look on each new teacup and saucer that is produced. The only thing that ever changes is the colour of the cup and the taste of tea, which is m-m-m- good.
I do believe that a " Pink-a-licious' day is best served in by a pink cup of tea which translates to relaxation, acceptance and contentment .
"WELCOME TO LADY AUTUMN"
I can't wait to see what she has to serve up at our next teatime session.