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Monday, February 15, 2010

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Pam/Digging

A creative Bloom Day post. It looks quite cheery at your house.

Les

Enjoy your tea, and hopefully you will soon see blooms in the garden as well as on paper and china.

Lisa at Greenbow

Lots of tea being brewed here too. Happy GBBD anyway.

Cindy

I think your post for GBBD is lovely.

Katie

Fantastic! Tea and seed catalogues are heaven.

Altoon

Thanks for the lovely images; your teacup collection is marvelous.

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Thanks for all the kind words. Now I'm off to see what you are all doing for GBBD.

Melody

Pretty and cheerful cups. And you are so smart to use them. I just let mine set in the china cabinet.

Dee

Linda, oh so creative. I love handpainted china, and I have a few cups and saucers myself. They are flowers which never fade. Happy Bloom Day.~~Dee

noel

thanks for sharing your tea with us...i loved the photo background also :)

Jim/ArtofGardening.org

I think I may have to run downstairs and make myself some tea right now. It's one more way to void doing something productive...

Jean

How pretty! I guess you need to make do with what you have at the moment. And you've done exceedingly well. :-)

Jo

Beautiful photo's! Happy GBBD!

JGH

very creative - and beautiful! My grandmother collected tea cups- this made me think of her! I'll get some blooms up in March, maybe!

Rose

I'm feeling all warm and cozy just looking at those cups of tea, Linda. Such beautiful patterns! I'm getting through the winter looking at garden catalogs and magazines, too. Spring has to come eventually!

andrea

another flowery collection that you've beautifully displayed. happy bloom day!

Lynn

It's the simple pleasures that keep us going in winter. and sometimes vodka.

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