Jul 26, 2015


Hello Ladies:  Hope you have been well.  Welcome to Tea Cup Tuesday No. 280!    I am on the slow road to recovery. Currently able to sit down for about 15 without pain.  So happy about that.   I felt so lucky to visit everyone last week, even leaving comments on some.  I do enjoy this party so much.  My week continues to be filled with doctor appointments, however I was also, able to join a large family party and stayed for a few hours this weekend,  I was able to visit with all my family.  It was good to be a part of the living again. You forget how much you miss the family when  you are unable to visit. 

I am sharing some fun items I purchased this week.  I made my first stop to a thrift store in weeks. It was a great day for me.  I felt almost normal.  

Today, I am sharing all things Chintz.  These are all items I was able to pick up this week.  I don't now where to start.  That lovely brooch is a vintage Jospf of Hollywood, so very hard to come by and now I am a proud owner. Look at all this vintage Chintz!

Those plates you see in the second picture are also new.  They are beautiful rose prints.  

  I hope you don't mind the post is short, but I am so happy to be a part of this fun party. Thank  you for all your prayers and kind words.  They are so appreciated.  
Here are some parties I will try to join this week.

Rose Chintz Cottage                           Friends Sharing Tea
A Return to Loveliness                        Home Sweet Home
Tea Cuppa Tuesday                            Share Your Cup Thursday
Bernadine's Tea Time 
The Charm of Home                           Tea Time Tuesday

Here is this week's link!


kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

Oh Martha, it's so good to know that you can sit for a bit and even got out this past week. It's good to be around family again!
Your new purchase are beautiful. I just love the chintz pieces...so pretty for tea time. Of course, your photo at the end, just made me smile. Thanks for hosting and I pray that you continue to feel better.

Antiques And Teacups said...

So glad you are continuing to recover! I do love chintz! You've got a lot more fun thrifts there than we do here! Great photos, and continuing improving! Thanks for hosting!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Beautiful chintz, Martha! I'm glad you are beginning to feel better. Hope you have a wonderful week.


Karen said...

Oh Martha,
I do love all of your chintz today! That teapot is absolutely gorgeous! I hope that you didn't pay an arm and a leg for it all. Usually it is very expensive! I'm so pleased to hear you are recovering. Take care Sweet Friend! Thank you for hosting and sharing such beauty! Karen

Bookie said...

I love the Chintz....always a favorite but so expensive around here!


Beautiful chintz, I just adore this pattern. I will have to look around at least for a teacup! The teapot is to die for!!!
I am very happy you are feeling better, my sweet friend, God bless you and prayers are going for a faster recovery.
Thank you so much for hosting us.
Have a very good week.

Michele M./ Finch Rest said...

I am so very glad to know you are feeling a little better. Prayers continued for you.

LOVE your chintz finds = so beautiful, and the last pic = priceless.

Thank you for hosting. Big hugs to you, Martha. ♥

Maiah Harrison said...

I am very glad to hear that there are some improvements in your health dear Martha. That is good news. I hope that you continue on your way to feeling better and recovery.
As for your latest finds, they are ever so gorgeous. That is quite interesting, that tea pot with something on top of it, and then another thing :-) Love the patterns, so pretty and cheerful. I like your butter dish too. I am sure that it will adore any table and bring delight. Take care Martha!

Nora @ Teacup Tales said...

Hi Martha, I'm so glad that you are slowly recovering and were able to socialize a bit. Being sick or injured can be very isolating. It was good to hear that you visited the thrift shop. Shopping can always perk up our spirits. Gorgeous chintz, especially the butter dish!
Thank you for hosting and take care of yourself this week.

Margie said...

Glad to hear that you're able to resume some of your favourite activities again, Martha. The vintage chintz is a great find! So beautiful! Thanks for hosting and visiting.

Johanna Gehrlein said...

Hi Martha,
Chintz is a pretty pattern everywhere. I love your wonerful pieces and how you decorated them. Who is the young man on the photo? Don't tell me its Noah?! Where is the time gone?
Best greetings, Johanna

MomWaldsPlace said...

That is a wonderful collection of chintz! I keep telling folks how lovely chintz mixes and matches, but I never keep it around long enough to show them. You summed it all up in one photo! Stay on the mend Darlin'.

Zaa said...

Dear Martha ..I'm so pleased that you're up and about enjoying teatime. Your chintz is fabulous..It's always been a favourite of mine, but very hard to come by ...Lucky you finding that sweet three tiered teapot combo... Such a darling picture of your son and grand daughter...She' a cutie pie.... Enjoy your day ..Take care...Hugs

The Charm of Home said...

The chintzware is some of my favorite!! Just beautiful Martha!! Thanks for hosting!

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janice15 said...

Martha your Chintz! It's just beautiful.. I truly love it love the colors.. love the brouche as well pretty.. I'm glad to hear your feeling much better.. Have a wonderfully blessed weekend with love Janice

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