Hello Ladies! Welcome to Tea Cup Tuesday No. 212! Did you notice I was missing in action last week? To be honest I was having my own personal melt-down from too much to do and not enough time. That does not happen to me too often, but I was on tilt last week. My son in law was having back surgery, I had the grandchildren over night, I was responsible for pricing all the items for the church rummage sale, plus everything else that has been on my plate this month. Well, I just needed my Mama. Thank God for Terri, she was completely in charge. It is good to have friends. I still have a lot to do but, I am handling it a little bit better. I do have a bad cold so this post may be a little short. I am back and looking forward to the party.
This week I am getting ready for the tea party for 50 ladies I am having Saturday. I have all the dishes, washed and ready. I think that was the hard part. Getting all the little details ready is next. I will show you all the pictures next week. It should be very pretty. Our lives just get very complicated sometimes. Wishing I was a little more together, but oh well, it is what it is! The old gray mare, she ain't what she use to be!
I am sharing more violets this week. Did I ever tell you I collect Violets? I love them on plates, jars, cups and vases. They are perfect for Easter and they multiply like the bunnies. This cup is a Royal Albert. It is just stunning. Love the thumb rest. I have packed up a table all of violet cups for the tea. I will show it to you next week.
Since I am quickly running out of energy, I am only sharing two cups. This last cup is a Edger Gutherz; MZ Mortiz Zdekauer, Royal Austria China Tea Cup and Saucer. It has this gorgeous green and rose garland design. The cup is very delicate and it just screams Easter!
We were at Downtown Disney this weekend with the grandchildren. Always a lot of fun. Here is Noah with Sophia and of course, Princess Maya!
Looking forward to visiting this week. Thanks for your emails of concern. You are wonderful. I am doing so much better. I will see you for tea! Hugs, Martha