Mar 3, 2014


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.

Hugs, Martha


Terri said...

Hello Martha,
Oh I am so sorry to hear about Noah's illness! What a lot that boy has been through! I am so relieved to hear that he is on the mend. And that what he had was not long term. That must have been a nasty virus.
Good riddance I say!
Martha, you must need a day of rest by now. I hope you get it.
I will keep your family in my good thoughts and prayers.
All your cups are gorgeous. I have the rose cup myself. I love it too. I adore your Prussian cup! I am in love with every bit, especially the simple handle in blue.

Antiques And Teacups said...

Poor Noah! I hope he fully recovers soon. There is a lot going honey had viral pneumonia last week, and the dr said it's been a bad season all up and down the coast. Maybe the rain will clear things out a bit. Lovely teacups. Thanks for hosting and will pray for Noah.

xinex said...

Thank you for sharing more of your beautiful collection, Martha, including your precious grandkids. Glad Noahis better....Christie

Magali@TheLittleWhiteHouse said...

I have a Redouté teacup as well and I really like drinking my tea from it come spring.

Susan said...
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Susan said...

Dear Martha....

Thank the good Lord that Noah is okay. Oh, Praise Him. That sweet little boy is soooo precious.

Loved the rose cup and the rose painting behind it.

As a matter of fact, the big statue near the piece of furniture in the first photo is gorgeous too. Love statuary of any kind, especially in my garden or yard.

Hope your week goes well, Martha, and that you, and all the family, get caught up on lost sleep. Bless you all. Susan

P.s. Sorry that I made an error the last time I wrote this so I deleted it and started over.

Tea in the Library said...

Sorry to hear you were hacked. Your cups are so lovely! I learn something new every week at Teacup. And the teacup eye candy is much fun to see.

Snap said...

Poor Noah... how frightening for everyone. Beautiful teacups to celebrate St. Paddy's day. Love the bling, too! Hope this week is calm. Happy Tea Day and thanks for hosting.

Beth in NEPA said...

Praying here for Noah's continued recovery.
Your teacups are a real feast for the eye.....

Edith DUTERTRE said...

désolée pour ce petit garçon
il a du avoir très peur aussi
mais tout est bien maintenant
la vie continue ♥♥♥
et nous avons le plaisir
d'admirer toutes vos merveilleuses tasses à thé
edith (iris) France

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Oh, poor little Noah! What a scary ordeal for all of you! I'm glad he's doing better. Your teacups are lovely. Love the Coalport. Thank you for sharing and do take care, dear Martha.


Johanna Gehrlein said...

Dear Martha,
I hope, little Noah will feel better soon. Its always hard to see Kids suffering.
Your tea cups are amazing, especially the Prussia once. Really very old and wonderful.
Thank you for sharing your treasures with us and for hosting this party.
Best greetings, Johanna

Karen said...

Hi Martha,
I am so sorry to hear about Noah but thankfully he is recovering. You are so right, we need to appreciate our loved ones every day. Your teacups are so lovely today. The teapot and matching teacups with the pink rose and green leaves is gorgeous. I also love your deep green and pink plates on the wall. I have something like them. Thank you for hosting today. Hope this week is less stressful for you! Karen

Cynthia said...

What a frightening event for your family. I am glad that sweet little boy is going to be okay. You're right, we have to cherish our loved ones! Again, Martha, you have such beautiful teacups. I love them all!

Deborah Montgomery said...

The best part of this post is that your sweet Noah is okay. What a scary thing to go through! Tea cups and such are beautiful, but nothing compared to our loved ones. They are our true treasures. I bet you are a lovely grandma Martha!

The Charm of Home said...

So sorry about Noah. Glad he is feeling better. Thanks for hosting. Glad you all got rain!

Faith Hope and Cherrytea said...

celebrating that Irish green in anticipation of St Patrick's Day!
lovely, Martha - ty for inspiring=)

Anonymous said...

Oh - such a scare with your sick little one and all those frightful tests! So glad they got it under control - viruses are so vile these days! Beautiful cups this week - as usual - and yes - that second one is a stunner!

Did you get my message about the spam emails I've been getting from you? Don't know what you can do about it. I've been deleting them. So sorry.


Tara said...

Hello Martha! It has been forever since I have been by for a visit. I am afraid I have neglected my blog and blog friends the last year and a half. Poor Noah. I am so very glad to hear he is feeling better and on the mend. So many people seem to be getting very sick this cold/flu season. I can completely understand the need to sedate the family! It's so scary when the little ones are sick. I enjoyed seeing your pretty treasures once again! I still have the 2 pieces of milk glass you gave me, they stay out year round so I can enjoy them. Wishing you a Happy Spring!

Micupoftea said...

So sorry to hear your grandson was sick. Thank goodness it turned out ok. Scary! Gorgeous cups, Martha. We enjoyed the rain and wished for more. Have a great week ahead and thx for hosting.

highheeledlife said...

Dearest Martha ... thank you for your visit and sweet words. Sending love and prayers that your sweet grandson continues to feel better. As always it is a treat to see your lovely treasures each week and this week your R.S. Prussia teacup has taken my breath away - BEAUTIFUL!!!!! hugs and blessings, C. (HHL)

WordsPoeticallyWorth said...

Nice tea set.

Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

Patti said...

First of all, thank you for stopping by my classic film blog. It was so nice to hear from you. Since abandoning my Fill My Cup with Beauty blog to focus on my classic film blog, I've missed "seeing" my tea-lovin' friends. I really appreciate that you made it a point to stop by.

Next, I am so sorry about Noah. Praise God he is on the mend. I truly can relate to what you were going through. When my daughter (now 24)was 17 months old, she had a series of 5 grand mal seizures in about a 4-hour period. They did brain scans (looking for a tumor), a spinal tap (meningitis and encephalitis), and an EEG. All tests came back clear, and it was determined that she had probably had a reaction to the MMR immunization she had recently had.

After a long, dreary winter, I am starving for green, so your bottom teacup really gets my heart beating. It's beautiful.

Have a great day.


P.S. I did get strange emails from you, but I assumed they were spam, and I just deleted them.

Dee said...

Poor Noah...Thank God it was not one of those things they tested him for....i can only imagine how terrified you all must have been. your cup collection is beautiful as always and you stage them to be photographed perfectly.

La Petite Gallery said...

love the Eng ivy belleek tea pot.

such a big choice, yvonne

Mum said...

I'm so glad that Noah is on the road to recovery. What a scare!
Love from Mum

Bernideen said...

How Noah continues to improve! I think you have the most teacups of anyone I know - they are beautiful!

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