Today, I'm driving from the country to the city ... Would you like to come along for the ride? ...We might see something interesting
... LIKE ...
A beautiful heritage home.
Ned and Fred ... Just a few nods from the locals.
Let's make a quick stop at Victoria 's Veranda,
Sometimes, she has a thing or two to buy.
Do you see anything you want?
Wooden Blocks( below) are quite rare these days.
Time for a thirst quenching sip of Rose petal, " Honey Bush Tea", made and distributed in Langley, BC., Canada. It's an all natural blend that I bought at "Winners"...Tastes like honey nectar with a hint of roses.
A trip to the city takes fifty-five minutes. We're almost there. Of course, in amongst my appointments, we have to stop at Value Village, because I have a 30% off coupon.... Here's what I bought .
One of three pretty teasets...This one is a Sutherland , English China. I'll show you the other two, next week...because they're black and I don't want to darken the day...( Please excuse the lines on the page.) It seems to be out of my control.
I love those floral brush stokes. The little dashes of red amongst the blue petals is a precious touch too. It's sort of perky !!!
OK... I'm Driving Home now. It's been raining most of the day ... OMG ... Who could imagine sunshine and a rainbow at 8:00 p.m. " WHAT A BLESSING !!!
We're half way home now .... HMMMM
What is this I see?
What is this I see?
A MOOSE !!!
That's a rare sight. Looks like he's drinking,
"Swamp Water Tea"
He's a handsome young fellow, isn't he? ( Ha Ha)
It seems that we're being showered with gifts today.
Oh Dear ...My Iris' are languishing in this inclement weather . They're bent over,laying on the ground, due to heavy droplets of water ..TSK TSK
I just had to bring them out of the dampness.
Aren't the colours wonderful? They blend quite nicely with my new cup and saucer ... Don't they ?
This, is the perfect ending, to a busy day.
As it should be ... with good teatime friends.
THANKS for sharing the journey.
ENJOY your week Ladies.
TODAY I'm sharing teatime with: Martha's Favorites and Bernideen's Teatime Blog