November’s first Teacup Tuesday…

Welcome to our first
Teacup Tuesday
for November!

i absolutely LOVE this photo
‘A True Victorian/Edwardian Tea Lover’s Corner’
i am inviting each of you to have a peek
just by clicking on the sidebar button.
if you are interested,
we are having a tea exchange
for all those who respond by November 8th!
hoping to see you on the
members list soon !
today, may we
‘Joyfully draw water from the springs of Salvation…’

12 thoughts on “November’s first Teacup Tuesday…

  1. Dear Sharon,

    As I have supported my doula clients, some through pregnancy and birth and others with new baby care these last few days I find I do not have the time to chat with each of you individually and thank you for commenting or participating in our Tuesday meme. Please know how much we appreciate and anticipate your contributions each week.

    Look forward to joining you around the tea table this week.

    I have joined the exchange, though I am uncertain how I can particapate.

    Blessings, Pam

  2. Hi Sharon,
    Thank you for joining me for Tea Time today. I always enjoy having you. I have already checked out the Victorian tea site and signed up. Thanks for mentioning it. The teacup photo above is just lovely! I enjoy Lady Estelle's blog very much.
    I have a very good friend here on the Island who also wrote new lyrics to the song Hallelujah but he only sings it at church and in private settings. I actually like his version even better than Kelley's! It is a lovely melody and I'm glad that those who are gifted can incorporate words that more befit the song. Thanks for sharing and have a beautiful day.


  3. Beautiful photo and I love a good cup of tea. I gave up coffee over four years ago and haven't missed it. I only started drinking it when my second son was born and I needed the kick-start…but soon found that I really didn't like it unless you loaded it with sugar and cream. Too heavy really for me. I don't mind a mocha once in a blue moon but prefer good hot cup of tea any day.

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