Hello Ladies and welcome to Tea Cup Tuesday No. 245! Can you believe we are in November? I am sorry I did not visit everyone last week. I have been caring for my son. I want to thank you for your prayers, he is improving slowly. Yesterday was the best day he has had in a long time. It rained on Halloween here in Los Angeles. I did not get one child at the door. I have so much candy, not quite sure what I am going to do with it all. Noah and Maya got sick on Halloween and Noah's dog got out of the gate and was not found until late the next day. Sophia and Noah's Dad was away on business. Their Mom only took them to a couple of houses. Maya did not get so lucky, she had a stomach flu. According to my grandchildren, it was "the worst Halloween ever." Hard lessons were learned this weekend.
Since December is almost upon us, my home will begin it's transformation. Half my home will be decorated for Thanksgiving while Christmas will also begin to be put up in other parts of my home. I am having two large Christmas parties in the early part of December so, here we go. I don't want to feel stressed, so I am starting early this year.
I have such pretty tea cups to share this week, starting with the amazing Aynsley. It is just perfect for Thanksgiving. The pictures do not do this cup justice.
The next cup is a Royal Albert. Love the colors on this beauty.
The last cup is a Noritake China, again, a stunning cup!
Thank you for coming to the party. It is always a pleasure to visit and share in your lives. I feel like I have this large group of friends, that I may never meet face to face, but are so precious me. A blogland family to celebrate the good, the bad and on occasion the ugly with! I have noticed that I will not be alone starting Christmas decorating, some of you are in full swing. I am excited to get new ideas for this Christmas season from you.
Please continue to pray for Terri and her son. Terri is having a very rough time right now. Also appreciate your continued prayers for my son. Kyle is getting better each day and for that, I thank God. The pictures above are taken at my home, carving pumpkins. That's my Fireman son carving pumpkins in the first photo. See you at the party! Hugs, Martha