Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Teatime Tuesday

 Today I am drinking "Black Pearl" and having Banana Nut bread with mini chocolate chips, that my daughters Emily and Rachel made.  It's a delightful breakfast.

 I am using this sweet teapot by Royal Vale, an English Rose luncheon plate, my sweet Old Country Roses Chintz teacup and a creamer that came with a luncheon set that belonged to my late Grandmother.  I used to always play with the luncheon set when I would visit her as a little girl.

 I love the Old Country Roses variations, the chintz being a particular favorite. 
 

Here is the sweet creamer - it has no markings so I am not sure of the manufacturer.  I love to have tea in the quiet morning, taking time to gather my thoughts before I begin my day. When is your favorite time for tea? 



I'm joining Lady Katherine and Sandi @ Rose Chintz Cottage for Teatime Tuesday.  I am loving getting to know you all and sharing tea with you!  Thanks for dropping by!

14 comments:

  1. Can I come? So inviting! Lucky you to still have girls at home to bake! I'd like a breakfast like that everyday!
    Ruth

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  2. Just beautiful china! Lovely!

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  3. Hello,
    that sounds like a very sweet breakfeast.All looks so nice and yummy.
    Best greetings, Johanna

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  4. It is wonderful to see you enjoying this meme. It is so you!!

    Delightful, my friend. Simply delightful.

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  5. Pretty china cups and teapot! I love the lace tablecloth too. Very nice setting. Blessings, Pamela

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  6. Beautiful china and I love banana bread with chocolate chips (and pumpkin bread too)!

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  7. One of my favorite breakfasts, ever, and especially when the bread is made by loving little hands.

    Charming setting, as well.

    rachel

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  8. Mmmmm, the bread sounds divine! Yum~ What a pretty setting too...love the blue & white linens.

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  9. So charming here...sorry that I missed morning tea. My favorite time for tea is about three in the afternoon when I begin to sink. That's when I want a bracing cup of Earl Grey. In the evening, I sometimes enjoy some calming chamomile about an hour before bedtime.

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  10. I would love to begin my days with a quiet cup of tea, but this practically never happens.

    Usually I enjoy a quiet cup of tea and a good book in the evenings, but I have not yet become much of a tea drinker in the hot summer months.

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  11. Hi Deanna,
    How lovely to have your girls bake for you! I had all boys so I had to do all the cooking and baking in our home. I just love your chintz teacup and the other china is lovely too. A wonderful tea time. Thank you for sharing this with Tea Time Tuesday and have a delightful week.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  12. Well, I know that creamer - it's the Moss Rose pattern and I have a slew of it from my grandmother, mother and aunt. They all collected the pieces back in the '40's and '50's - and grandma even further back. There are many variations of it and makers - some better quality than others. I shall have to feature my varieties in an upcoming post.
    Joy!
    Miss Kathy

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  13. Good Morning Deanna!

    This looks delightful!
    Thanks for your note and for the add!

    peace,
    amy

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  14. I very rarely drink tea in the summer, but I'd gladly sit at your table and have a cup. And some of that delicious bread, of course!

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