Jul 9, 2013
TEA CUPS COMING UP ROSES!
Welcome to Tea Cup Tuesday No. 174! Hope everyone had a wonderful 4th of July holiday and that the weather is getting better for you. So. Cal is going through another heat wave. I am really not a heat person. I prefer the cooler weather, can't wait until this passes. It has been a crazy week here. My Grandson, Noah, decided it would be good to go visit his cousins in Idaho with his Nana. The plan was for him to stay 10 days and Nana would bring him home. Well, it just did not work out that way, after 3 days, he missed his Mama and wanted to come home. So Monday has been spent trying to get Dad to Idaho to pick up Noah. He did stay 3 days and I am very proud of him for that. I am even more proud of my son in law, who had no problem, just going to get his son and bringing him home. It will be a very expensive 3 day visit for the family. (Don't tell anyone but, I missed him so, I am glad he is coming home.) His Nana wishes he would have stayed longer. I have a perfect fix for this, just have her move back to So. Cal. Sounds good to me, and everyone wins. I can share! Here he is eating ice cream which seems to have made things better.
Here is my first cup for this week. It is a Stanley, from England. I love the large roses on this. The inside of this tea cup is a very pale pink. This is one of the first few tea cups that I purchased when I was just starting my collection. So glad to own it.
Cup No. 2 is a Foley also from England. Aren't the roses in the middle just stunning? This too is a cup I have had for years. I forget about it, so glad I remembered she was mine today.
I am making this post short because my Fireman is home. I have not got to see him much this past month and a half. It feels good just to have him home with me. I will be posting later on this week as I will be a part of the the "Where Bloggers Create" 2013 Party. I have joined this fun party every year. It is always fun to see the wonderful and creative spaces. I get so many ideas. My space never looks the same after the party. Have a wonderful week. Blessings, Martha