Hello Ladies! Welcome to Tea Cup Tuesday No. 207, our first for March! Hope everyone had a good week. As you may have heard, it rained in California. L.A. people just do not do well in the rain, so I am grateful it has slowed down for now. Driving is a big problem for us, we don't know how to slow down. With everything that is happening across the nation due to weather, we freak out over 5" of rain. Not quite sure what is wrong with this picture, but it is true.
This weekend I had all my children at our home. You can see by the picture, Noah does not look good. We had a very bad scare with him. Noah had a headache for two days. On the second day, he was taken to the doctor after hours because medicine would not take it away and he was getting sick to his stomach. Urgent care sent him to the hospital's ER. They put in an IV, in case, he was dehydrated and to take blood and test for infections. He was giving an injection for pain, but the headache did not get better. It was determined he did not have a a migraine and no sinus infection. Next thing they did was a CAT scan. He is only 5 years old. Was it a tumor or an aneurysm, we were not sure what they were looking for? After a l o n g wait, that test came out clear however, the headache was still severe and stomach problem still existed. After midnight, they ordered a spinal tap, they are now looking for meningitis, another l o n g wait! Finally, around 2:30 am, he was released. Increased medications had begun to work, Noah had a very bad virus. With the pain under control, Noah finally fell asleep. The family on the other had all wanted and needed to be sedated. It was the longest day of our lives. I just praise God that Noah was ok. It seemed in a moment our lives had changed. Just a reminder to hold our loved ones close, things can change in a moment's in time.
This week I am sharing some green tea cups. It is March after all and St. Patrick's Day is just around the corner. My first cup is designed by Roy Kirkham, made in England, pattern name Redonte' Roses. I own a few pieces of this set, including the teapot. Love the large rose design.
The second cup is an R.S. Prussia. A stunning cup, the pictures do not do it justice.
The last cup is a Coalport. It has this beautiful bouquet of flowers inside the cup, so very pretty.
Terri and I always look forward to seeing your beautiful tea cups. We never get tired of looking at your creativity. I appreciate each and everyone of you. In case no one has told you today, "You are special!"
Note: If anyone got weird emails from me this week, I was hacked. So very sorry, I think I fixed it.