Monday, March 19, 2012

Just Peachy!

Hello everyone,
         Can you believe that today is the last day of winter? I for one am happy to welcome spring tomorrow and so far it is looking like we will get an earlier spring this year with the temperature going up into the high teens for a couple of days! I took a little stroll around the garden-well the parts that are not snow covered anyway and I saw some daffodils poking up and some little snowdrops blooming!!!
    I was feeling peachy today so I am joining Tea Time today at Rose Chintz Cottage. I love my pretty peach roses above..
 I am using my Country Rose china by Skye Mc Ghie today. 

Biscuits and tea make a nice little treat.

.Now,that things are back to normal around here I am back to working on our bedroom makeover and it is finally starting to look better. I made some curtains for around the bed today but I still have the little touches to do and a bit of painting before I can show it to you. I am hoping to be done soon so I can finish up my spring cleaning before garden season arrives.We have some tours booked from Japan again starting in June so it is a good incentive to get things done early.

Don't forget it is Tea Time Tuesday at Rose Chintz Cottage today-Thank you Sandi for hosting!

   Thank you for joining me for tea today!

  Carolyn
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27 comments:

Susan said...

Love your peachy roses, Carolyn. And the china is swoon-worthy. SSSSWWWWOOOONNNNN. There. Thank you for sharing such loveliness. Susan

Pamela Gordon said...

What pretty coloured roses! Isn't it great to see the snow melting away so fast? It's supposed to be 21 here on Tuesday and 24 on Wednesday! And snow on Saturday night! Oh well. It's a nice tease isn't it. Enjoy!

Elizabeth and Gary said...

Hi Carolyn,
Oh my goodness the peach roses are so lovely! they look so fresh and delicate, I wish I could smell them through the computer..Your teapot and teacup is just divine.
A very pretty post, I enjoyed it very much.
Have a sweet day with sweet moments.Elizabeth

All Things Chic 2 said...

Hi Carolyn
Your new spring header for your blog is beautiful , just as the peach roses...Blessings Lori

Sharing Shadymont said...

Beautiful roses. Love the dishes too!

Deb said...

The tea-pot and cup are just gorgeous. Deb

CHERI said...

The peach roses are gorgeous! I can't believe it's just in the high teens where you are. We are having record temps...in the upper 80's today! It worries me that we will have a terribly hot summer...or maybe we'll just have winter in summer since it seemed we were having summer all winter!

"Alone again.... naturally!" said...

You always manage to find such amazing roses! Look forward to seeing the bedroom when it is done.

Cathy

Carla B. Reeves said...

what gorgeous roses, and I love the tea set. Have never seen that pattern before. We had snow on our hilltops this weekend...after having an endless summer. Really needed the rain in any form!
Carla

Jo-Anne's Rambling said...

Those peach roses are gorgeous I love them when I first saw the photo it took my breath away they are that pretty.........

Shel said...

Beautiful roses....love this post.
Shel

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

What stunning roses and beautiful tea set, Carolyn.

Wow - you really are back into the swing of things already if you are sewing and posting!!!

Glad of that, just don't overwork yourself.

Your Japan tour sounds wonderful! What a wonderful experience.

Happy Tea Tuesday. Hugs.

Shabby chic Sandy said...

Those roses are just gorgeous! Is there a "brand" or type of rose that you generally grow? What do you think of David Austin roses? Can't wait to see your bedroom!

Zinnia said...

Those peach roses are gorgeous! Blessings Zinnia

Rowan said...

What a lovely colour your roses are - and such pretty china too.

Gilda - Sweet sweet home said...

Hello Carolyn! What a pleasure to come back to visit you. The health problems of my parents are getting better. So I have a little 'time to visit my favorite blogs. I'm glad to see that you have already received bookings to visit your beautiful garden. Do not wait to see the changes in your home. A hug and a kiss to the little Lucas. He is always in my prayers.

Monica said...

I'm glad you're home and feel well, Carolyn. Your roses and china are such a treat, today!
xo

Cindy said...

Hi Carolyn,
Your teacups are beautiful, I've never seen that pretty pattern. The roses are gorgeous, too.
Have a good day, I look forward to seeing your bedroom re-do. I will be doing one shortly.
Hugs, Cindy

Ruthie Miller said...

Another lovely post. Aren't those roses magnificent and leave it to you to find the perfect china to compliment.
Happy Spring!
Ruthie from Lady B's Time for Tea

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Good morning Carolyn,
What pretty roses and they go beautifully with your Skye McGhie tea things! I have the sugar and creamer.
I just love this time of year and isn't the weather fabulous!
Looking forward to seeing your bedroom redo! Enjoy this beautiful day we're having and thanks for joining me for tea. Happy Spring!

Blessings,
Sandi

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

PS~ Love your new header too! Love the colours!

Bonjade said...

So lovely....feel spring in the air....and in your lovely pictures.
Love this fine colour....peach.
Georgeous!

Fine day

Izzy Izzyr said...

You have such a beautiful blog. I remember Prince Edward Island from Avonlea in the 90s..

Elzie said...

That rose china was just georgous. So lovely flowers!!
And the new header is great!
Hope you take things slow so that you don't find yourself at the hospital again. Take care of yourself!
Love Elzie

Judy at GoldCountryCottage said...

Carolyn: Another beautiful post. The peach roses and tea set are gorgeous. You always put all things together nicely and beautifully..Happy Spring..Glad you are on the mend..Judy

jill said...

Lovely colour,your posts are always so pretty.xx

Georgianna said...

Hi Carolyn! What a delicious color those peach roses are – the perfect antidote to the gray skies we are still having. But that will change soon! Looking forward to all the beauty to come in your garden. – g