Jun 30, 2014

PROUD TO ME AN AMERICAN!



Hello Ladies:  Welcome to Tea Cup Tuesday No. 228!  Hope you have had a wonderful week. I know the weather across the country has been horrible.  Please keep save. Los Angeles will be starting a wind and heat event. Never good for us.  We had some major events happen this week. First, I want to tell you about Terri. Her and her son are in need of prayer.  They are both struggling with health issues and need us to cover them with prayer.  She is going to try  and post sometime in July, if she can.  Terri is a strong and amazing women, I know God will work a miracle for her family.  Any details really need to come from her, what she needs the most is prayer and we can do that!





On a lighter note, Noah, received his "yellow belt" in Karate and my "Hot Shot"  Son, got to give his parents a tour of the station and many unanswered questions were answered.  It was a great family day and we all enjoyed our education in fighting forest fires.  




The Fourth of July is just around the corner and like many of you, plans are already being made.  I want to share some fun cups in the Red, White & Blue colors once again.   The first cup is a beautiful Aynsley.  The colors are a cream, dark blue and a stunning red rose center. 





The next cup is also an Aynsley.  This time with a white, blue and red design. Both Aynsley's have these amazing handles.  They look like ears.





The last cup I am sharing is a hand painted cup with stunning red roses and blue and gold design by Nippon.  My pictures do not do it justice at all. 






Here is a peek at the rest of my Grandchildren.  As you guessed, I am doing the Linky again. I just hope it is as good as last week.  Have a wonderful and safe Fourth of July!  

Hugs, Martha




23 comments:

Penny @ Penny's Vintage Home said...

Your grandkids are just adorable! Have a fun and safe 4th....hugs, Penny

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Martha,
It's always nice to see photos of your family. And of course I will pray for Terri and her son.
All of your teacups are lovely and the Nippon is especially pretty. Have a fabulous week and Happy 4th of July!

Blessings,
Sandi

FABBY'S LIVING said...

I can just see your Little grandson being a real 'heart throb' when he grows up...he is just too handsome, like his dad?
I will send prayers for Terri and her son. Thank you so much for hosting and sharing the gorgeous teacups and family.
Happy 4th. of July.
FABBY

Ruth Weston said...

Lovely teacups for our special holiday!Lovely teacups. Thanks for telling us about Terri...will be praying. So good to see your family! Thanks for hosting.
Ruth

Faith Hope Cherrytea said...

You're doing a wonderful job hosting, Martha! well done & TY for sharing your lovelies..
hoping you'll stop by to celebrate Canada Day with me today, July 1st!

prayers for Terri and her son, as I'd request same.. it's been a health struggle since mom's passing as I've had to step back from pc time myself.. Shalom to each who need it ~

doodles n daydreams said...

Hi Martha, lovely cups once again.
Lucky you seeing around the fire station with your son.
Happy 4th of July week.

Diana

Mom Wald said...

Such lovely blue bordered tea cups!

Beth L. said...

I enjoyed your post today. So many pretty tea cups. And so many CUTE kids and grandkids. Yes. I will be sending prayers our for Terri and her family!

La Petite Gallery said...

Martha, you are such a cute Lady and such beautiful Children.I could hug them. yvonne

Shrimpton and Perfect said...

Have a fabulous fourth with all your folk.

Jean x

kitty said...

Martha, your teacups are so pretty, as always! Prayers will be sent for Terri and her son. Thank you for hosting your party and Happy 4th to you!

Prairie Patch Quilts said...

I will say a prayer for the family in need. Congratulations on the "yellow belt". I am sure you all enjoyed a tour of your sons station. All three cups are lovely. I am in awe of cup three; so beautiful. Happy 4th of July to you and your family.

The Charm of Home said...

Happy 4th of July Martha! Thanks for hosting!
Sherry

Two Cottages And Tea said...

Hi Martha, What a lovely family you have. Darling grandkids! All of your teacups are so beautiful and I like how you display your lovely jewelry with them. I certainly will pray for Terri and her son! Also for your son who has such a dangerous job. I've met Smokey the bear here in my town. My cousin use to work for the D&R and that was one of his jobs to be Smokey! His son fights fire's also and has flown out west in the past to help
fight them.
Blessings, Nancy

Carrie said...

Happy 4th of July! Your grandbabies are adorable! Love all the cups and saucers this week and the lovely pins. That crown pin is terrific!

Kathryn Ross said...

Blessings, Martha! Love your banner and that first cup and saucer is my pic of the three. But, dear me! Concerned about our Terri! Yes - will remember her in prayer and hope she is healed - with her son - and inspiring us again soon!
Joy!
Kathy

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Johanna Gehrlein said...

Hi Martha,
the kids are as cute as your tea cups. Thank you for sharing and hosting this sweet event.
Best greetings, Johanna

Karen said...

Hi Martha,
I love all of your teacups this week, especially the Nippon. I am very worried about Terri and her son. I will keep them in my prayers. I am sorry that I am linking up late but yesterday was Canada Day and I had a lot of company throughout the day since we live on a Castle Park where all of the July 1st activities take place. I want to show you some wedding pics but mine are not as good as the photographers. Happy Summer! Karen

reham magdy said...

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Stephanie Faris said...

Yay to Noah for his yellow belt. Your grandchildren are adorable and the cups are beautiful, too!

Dee said...

You have such cute grands....each one has beautiful eyes. I love the way you added sparkle to your cup photo's with the pins. you do a real nice vignette with them. I have been tempted to start collecting cups again after visiting your blog...I just do not have the room...maybe in the future,,,till then i will just visit and admire yours.

Beverly Kirk said...

Always a weekly joy to visit your delightful site! When will I tire of this tea journey.... Neverland!