We had quite the stormy weather yesterday afternoon, but today it is sunshine-y and beautiful! Please join my for a favorite roll recipe and a cup of tea, won't you?
My son, Tim, and his daughter, Avery, picked me this pretty teacup orchid for Mother's Day. I hope I can keep it going! If you have any tips, please let me know.
This cast iron Grapevine teapot is from World Market, a favorite store of mine. Grapevines are a Japanese symbol that represents the blessings of nature. That's a beautiful thought, don't you agree?
My late beloved Mom sent me home one year with this pretty Royal Albert teacup. There isn't a pattern name on the back, but it has such a pretty Springtime pattern.
My daughter, Molly, and her kids gave me this pretty topiary azalea plant for Mother's Day. I hope I can keep it going, too!
Here's Cissy with her baked rolls that she took home for her family. We actually doubled the recipe for us each to have a dozen rolls. Cissy made her mom and me some sugar scrub for a Mother's Day gift. Wasn't that sweet of her? My son, Kevin and his wife, and little girls were out of town for Mother's Day, and he has been making me something for Mother's Day.
I'm leaving for the Texas Hill Country this week, and driving with a friend to visit one of our friends that moved there to her lake house. I won't be around to visit as much.
I am sharing this with these lovely parties;