It's Blackberry Cobbler for teatime on the patio. Would you like to join me? I also have some Blackberry Sage tea, by Republic of Tea, which is one of my favorites. It says, "Tea for Wisdom" on the label, and I like it hot and iced. I used some of my doilies that I love for a table covering.
My long time friend, Pat, and I had lunch at a favorite tearoom recently, which is inside an antique mall. We decided to browse a few aisles before leaving, and we both spotted this blackberry teacup, and both thought at the same time, that we would buy one for each other! Isn't it pretty? The pattern is Lavinia, by Royal Worcester.
You know how I love my lady vase, and I filled her hat with some petunias!
I thought I'd share one of my hanging planters that's overflowing with ivy, geraniums, dusty miller and petunias.
One day after school this past week, Cissy and I made pecan pies (her choice!!). Didn't she do a good job?
My son, Mike and I, were privileged to be asked to babysit for my two youngest granddaughters for three nights and days while my youngest son, and daughter-in-law went to San Francisco for a wedding. Harper and I made brownies together, played make believe, spent time in her donut shaped little pool, read books, and had such fun. it was so nice that my son, Mike, came along, too, and helped with his nieces. They give him so much joy!
Loving, caring for, and hugging this little cutie pie, Hayden, fills my soul with so much joy and laughter. She laughs so much around me, and it makes me so happy to know that my son and daughter-in-law tell me that they've never seen anything like it, except around me. One thing is certain, and that is, grandparents and grandchildren need to be around each other, as they have a special bond.
I am sharing this with these lovely parties: