I sliced a Granny Smith green apple and included a couple oatmeal cookies.
I made some of my original favorite Chai tea which was Rooibos Chai Tea from Tea Desire. A bit of honey and some cream. Delicious.
I served it in a new cup. I love big mugs but the
jumbo yellow ones I have had for years were getting too much so I was looking to come down in size a bit. This is the second smaller one to join the row above the tea cabinet. Designed by Laurie Gates from California. I researched the mug and found the collection had 6 bright colors but I got the color I wanted, yellow!
I found the tea towel was too much of a turquoise color so I left it but I brought the Primose Hill napkins. At 13 inches they would like be considered dinner napkins.
They worked really well with my Chelsea Garden tea cup and dessert plate set. I love the scallop edge and the small flower pattern. They will go well with several of my blue and white dishes.
This is where I found these gorgeous espresso colored large sewing machine bobbins. The are 1 inch in diameter and 3/8" tall. The lady asked if I knew they would fit my machine. I said no I don't have a machine I have a camera. These will be great for photography props!! The are for an industrial single needle sewing machine.
It has many ways to do something for others. Those who are hurting, struggling, in need of practical help or spiritual help, those we live with or near - our family.
Some of the chapters are Friendship, Affirmation, Forgiveness, Comfort, Celebration, and Tradition. It includes several nice recipes, gift ideas, and traditions.
One she mentions is setting aside time after school for her children, to talk, be together and have a snack. This led to many wonderful conversations and the college girls still like to have time with Mom at 3:00 pm when they visit.
You can find the details about my card here.
The blog hop here.
I am sharing this post with
Jann at Daily Cup with Mrs. Olson who hosts Share Your Cup #242
Bernideen at Friends Sharing Tea
Ruth at Tuesday Cuppa Tea
Have a great day!