Jul 17, 2016

TEA CUP TUESDAY "SHARING JOY" NO. 314



Hello my friends!  Welcome to Tea Cup Tuesday Sharing Joy No. 314!  Hope you are all doing well and that you have been enjoying your Summer.   My Grandchildren are back, so I get to spend extra time with them and I am so excited about that.  Just came back from a Beth Moore convention and it was wonderful.  If you have never read anything from her, you will be so surprised how great she speaks to women.




There is a big party going on "Where Women Create".  I was hoping to join it, but just ran out of time.  Remember at this tea party you are welcome to post anything that puts a smile and your face.  We need to see things that bless us.  A week does not go by without something horrible happening in our World.



This week I will be sharing one of my favorite cups.  This is an Aynsley, it is prettier in person than on this page.  I waited a long time to be able to buy this cup.  It was so exciting when it became mine.








This last cup is a Royal Chelsea.  It is stunning as you can see!






Thank you for stopping by and visiting this blog.  I am grateful for each any everyone of you.  You are ladies I have learned from, and can share my heart, without being judged.  In other words the best! Here are the parties I will be following this week.  Hugs, Martha


Teatime Tuesday - Tuesday Cuppa Tea - Friends Sharing Tea - Share Your Cup Thursday - Inspire Me Monday- No Place Like Home - Share Your Cup Thursday at Have a Daily Cup of Mrs. Olsen - The Charm of a Home - Tea in Texas - Thelma's Days - Bella's Rosas Antiques - Friends Sharing Tea at Bernideen's Tea Time Blog




20 comments:

thel day said...

What a beautiful tea cup and saucer. Thanks for hosting this party. Have a great week. Thelma.

doodles n daydreams said...

Lovely as always, I love the cups, how beautiful is that gold! Those crystal pieces are rather lovely as well.

Diana

FABBY'S LIVING said...

Beautiful gold teacup dear Martha. You always share the prettiest ones, ever !
I hope all is well with you and yours dear friend.
Thank you for the inspiration party.
Have a blessed week ahead.
FABBY

Bernideen said...

Dear Martha:
Your 2 cups and saucers are ever so lovely! I love the fruit one as I have seen them before. It might have the name of the person who embellished it. The second one I have seen too and both are so lovely!

Ruth W said...

Hi Martha. I love Beth Moore, so glad you were able to go! Love the Aynsley & Royal Chelsea. I have had them both several times, and they never linger! Thanks for hosting and have a wonderful and fun week with the grands!
Ruth

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

Both of your teacups are so beautiful, Martha, but that Aynsley is exquisite! Thanks for hosting your special tea party!

Margie said...

Some things are definitely worth waiting for! You seem to have the Midas touch with beautiful teacups!

When I was cropping my photo for your linky party, I accidentally clicked on something and ended up with the bizarre blurry photo. Whoops! Thanks for hosting and have fun with the grandkids!

Szara Sowa said...

Wonderful treasures. Beautiful plates and tea cup. Fantastic perfuma boutels. Have a nice week.

Terri said...

Hello Martha,
Two romantic cups. Especially all that gold : )
I am glad to hear you will be having more time with your grandchildren. That is the best!
Wishing you a lovely week,
Terri
just getting my post ready now : )

Karen said...

Hi Martha,
It's good to be back to visit you. I love all of your teacups today and I think I have the same Royal Chelsea that was once my mother's. It's so rich looking. Have a wonderful summer with your sweet grand kids. I love being with my grand daughter so very much and now that she can say "Nana" it's music to my ears. Lol. Happy Teacup Tuesday Dear Martha! Blessings, Karen

Carol @Comfort Spring Station said...

Both of the cups you shared today are quite beautiful. Thanks for visiting my blog!

Johanna Gehrlein said...

Dear Martha,
what a blesed moment, when the family returns save and in good health. Those terrible happenings are so hard. Its nice to have fun with nice things to get away from those bad thoughts. Thank you for sharing your wonderful cups. Have a blessed time and best greetings,
Johanna

teacupsandstitches.com said...

Hi Martha, How nice to spend more time with your grandchildren. I have a copy of one of Beth Moore's books. She is awesome and very encouraging. Your cups with oodles of gold are beautiful especially with the added bling. Jill

The Charm of Home said...

You have the prettiest fall colors going in this post Martha! Thanks for hosting!

Susan said...

Hello Dear Martha. Thank you so much for your recent visit to my blog. I always love hearing from you.

Your cups, as always, are gorgeous. You are a dear woman. Susan

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Martha,
I'm late linking up because I'm ready to take a blogging break with my family arriving home. I decided to share this teacup because I don't believe you saw it the week I featured it. I think you were away that week. I love your Royal Chelsea! Enjoy your weekend, my friend.

Blessings,
Sandi

Bernideen said...

Dear Martha:
This post was featured on my blog today! Congratulations and thanks!

Sisi M said...

Magnificence !!!!

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