Jul 5, 2010

Cherries and Tea...

Since Mike had a long weekend...
we took a little road trip
across Mount Rainer today.

I will share a few photos tomorrow.

For today though...  I am running late for tea!

(click photos to enlarge)

A simple quick tea it is...


A cup of green tea...
in my mix and match garage sale rosy cup:-)


I filled my little glass basket with Rainer Cherries to nosh...
 I bought them straight out of the orchard
in Naches today.


The vase is full of High Hopes Roses
they are a couple days old
and looking a little droopy
I though it added to their charm:-)

I hope everyone had a fabulous weekend!
I will show you a peak of mine tomorrow.

Today I am joining...

Lady Katherine

Sandi's Rose Chintz Cottage

Martha at Martha's Favorites

Wanda Lee at The Plumed Pen

A Breath of Fresh Air


Thanks for visiting me today...

23 comments:

Maleviks Rosenträdgård said...

Bella, it´s so beautiful....Like you and your blog.....
I hope you had a nice trip
Håkan your Swedish friend

Princesa Nadie said...

Meeting you is always a pleasure...beautiful your opening roses and delicious cherries
Take us a tea
Love

fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

Your teacup looks so dainty and beautiful. and I really love the single rose on it but I like most is your cherry glass basket.. perfect for tea!

Susan said...

Bella, just beautiful and elegant. It's so nicely put together again.

Peace,
Susan

Appleshoe said...

Such a pretty little glass basket. The cherries look like little apples in it. Incredibly sweet. Take care.

Lavender Cottage said...

Hello Bella
Your glass basket has so many possibilities and looks nice with the cherries in it.
Always nice to join friends for tea each week.
Judith

Kiki said...

Beautiful and inspiring! So lovely!
Happy tea
Kiki~

Victorian1885 said...

Good morning Bella
Your tea cup today is a pretty one! I love roses any day..any time and your are still lovely! Enjoy your day..

Wanda

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi: I love your tea cup. It is just stunning. I have never seen anyone use the vintage baskets for food. I am going to do that. It looks so beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing this stunning table with us. Blessings, Martha

Snap said...

Beautiful post. Your rosy cup and yummy cherries... perfect!!!

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Hi, Bella!

How lovely your rose vignette is. And I think that roses are prettiest when they are full blown and soft with their petals starting to fall. And yours are pink perfection.

Happy Tea Time Tuesday!

XO,

Sheila :-)

Brenda-shabbycatsandroses said...

Hi Bella :) I always love to see the sweet little vignettes you post for Tea time! Your roses are just lovely, as are your pretty cups, and I love your pretty pink glass basket!! Now, pass me some of those yummy cherries please :)

Happy Teacup Tuesday!

Warmest hugs, Brenda

High Heeled Life said...

I just love finding tea cups at local antique stores and sales ... it really makes a nice setting when the tea cups do not match... I love seeing who picks what tea cup. The roses look great!! ...HHL

Tina Eudora said...

Oh Bella what a lovely arrangement for the photos. I just love the cherries with the roses, they are perfect together!
Green tea is very refreshing and with this hideous weather we have been having (96 here)cool green tea is perfect! Have a wonderful day....
Tina xo

Bernideen said...

I guess we both were thinking cherries today!

Holly Loves Art said...

ahhhh... tea time! I love it so. Thanks for sharing the lovely pictures.
Cheers,
Holly

Creative Grammie said...

That is definitely a stunningly elegant cup. I love your glass basket, very appropriate for your cherries. And yes, your roses have wonderful character.
Wonderful visit with you today.

Terri said...

Very pretty rose tea cup! I love green tea too. I just got a new variety with pomegranate in it. It smells amazing.
Thank you so much for sharing with us today.
Hugs,
Terri

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Bella,
I love your little basket with the cherries in it! So many possibilities; very cute! Lovely china and your roses are gorgeous. Thanks for sharing and for stopping by for Tea.

Blessings,
Sandi

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

What a serenely beautiful Tea Setting!! So very pretty!!

Debbie

parTea lady said...
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paperbutterfly said...

Sounds like a great weekend.
The cherries look yummy....my favorite fruit.
So glad you took the time to share tea with us.
No tea is too late and simplicty is elegance.
Pam

Dawn said...

How beautiful

Love Dawn xx