Saturday, April 17, 2021

Spring Tea

Happy weekend!

With the arrival of spring here,
we have spent several happy hours
in the garden.

We had some lovely sunny warm days
last week so we took full advantage
of it to clean up the garden .Today,
however it is cool and even a few snow
flurries. So it is a good day to catch up
here on my blog. I know I promised to
do the second part on A Tale of Two
Cottages but other things got in the way
so that will come next 

This time of year I enjoy having
my tea breaks in the sunroom.

It is nice to use pretty china.

Spring tulips and pretty china
lift the spirits!

A chocolate cupcake for a treat.

Just a quick pop in for today, but
I am getting  my next post ready
now too.....the benefit of
a rainy/ snowy day!

Next week there are warmer days
coming so it will back to the garden
for us. It is so nice to have the garden
centres opening up again and to see all
the birds busy in the garden building
their nests and of course the return of
the garden as so many perennials are
popping up and a few  spring bulbs are
starting to bloom!

I hope you have a great weekend,



Thilda said...

So cute again! <3 <3

My Cozy Corner said...

Thank you for sharing your beautiful teacups and spring flowers today.
I am so blessed to be able to have a yearly garden. My garden is blooming at the seams. Peonies, roses, and other perennials. The only downside is the yellow pollen everywhere. Happy gardening and looking forward to another beautiful post soon.

Lisa D. said...

Carolyn, I always love reading your blog and viewing your charming, enchanting home and garden. You must have an amazing collection of china and porcelain!

Jo-Anne's Ramblings said...

A enjoyable post

Marilyn McLeod @ Pink Paper Cottage said...

Yes.. so nice to have some warmer weather finally! I bet your gardens are coming along nicely and already have lots of color! I love your tea sets.. and that chocolate cupcake looks so mouth watering. Have a wonderful week! Marilyn

DRad said...

Carolyn , we were by to see you and your beautiful gardens and home a couple of years ago . I was wondering what do you add to your soil for your beautiful peonies and lilacs and etc . I am trying to start a flower garden here and would love your expert advice . I love your blog and have for going on 9 years now . Hope you are having a beautiful Spring . Debbie Radatz