Hello Ladies and welcome to Tea Cup Tuesday No. 247! To say it has been a long, hard few months is an under statement. However, I can finally see the light at the end of a very long tunnel. My son has had two great days! I am so grateful for small steps. It has been hard to think about anything else but him. I thank God first, then each of you for all the prayers sent our way. I had one dear friend say, she has his name on her refrigerator, so she would not forget to pray for him. Some of you have shared your struggles of panic disorders and more. You do not realize how sharing your struggles has helped me. It is good to know others, have had the victory. You are truly an amazing blog family. If I think about your prayers too much, it will make me cry and I am in a great mood today.
How many of you had heard someone say "Why are people decorating for Christmas so early?" That question is always followed by "We have not even celebrated Thanksgiving yet!" I am one of those people this year. It is true, I just pulled out my Christmas tree box. In the next few days, it will go up. I am sorry, but other than doctor's appointments, I have just been home bound. So here I am, listening to Christmas music two weeks before Thanksgiving.
So to throw you all off, and really because it was easy, I am sharing pink cups. All my cups this week are Theo. Havilland, Limoges, France. At first glance, they look so similar, however, if you look closely, you will see each is a beauty all on it's own.
If you have followed this blog for very long at all, you know I have a love of all things Limoges. These tea cups are a small example of why. As you take a close look of each cup, you will see each has a different flower. I do not know the names of any of the patterns. I simple just love the beauty of Limoges.
I hope you all have simple and easy plans for Thanksgiving, filled with love ones. Thank you so much for your continued prayers for Terri and her son. He had a very hard week, but is improving. Thank you again, for remembering my son in prayer as well. If no one has told you that you are wonderful today, consider yourself told. Sending hugs your way, Martha