I am very good at making lists.
My To Be Done By Thanksgiving List is necessarily shorter than normal this year.
Because I've got another list in the works. It is my To Be Done For The Booth List.
(What booth? Click here.)
I need to get to work on that today, because if my booth is empty I probably won't sell much.
But I wanted to do a tribute to my old, fallen comrade -- my Canon Power Shot camera.
It took some good pictures in its time, and here are some of them, mostly '09 and '10.
I think these shots show that my old digital camera has been failing, as recent pictures are not as good.
A few of these pieces may end up in the booth. But not my Meissen tea pot! A gift from my in-laws.
This tea set is from Nepal, a gift from our daughter Alida to her sister Anne.
Felicity's cup. Who has a colonial American Girl doll? I do! I do!
In the parlor, again, this time with Wedgwood, and a big wild sunflower tea pot, a gift from my girls.
Patrican pattern, with Bognor decoration.
Still going with the Brits on the china ... this time, Aynsley's Tatton Hall. Tea pot from Windsor Castle gift shop.
I think this china, a thrift shop find of mine a few years back, will go to the booth.
I rarely use it.
And that's it for today, Tuesday, or Teas-day. -- Cass
Marty at A Stroll Through Life hosts Table Top Tuesday. Click here.
Diane at A Picture Is Worth 1,000 Words hosts 2nd Time Around Tuesday. Click here.
And those Tea Parties:
Sandi at Rose Chintz Cottage, and Tea Time Tuesday. Click here!
Wanda Lee at The Plumed Pen, and Tea For Two Tuesday. Click here!
Wanda and Pam of A Breath of Fresh Air host Tea Pot and Tea Things. Click here!
And ... it's also Tea Cup Tuesday at Artful Affirmations with Terri. Click here!
Lady Katherine is hosting her Tuesday Tea Time Party. Go! Click here.
And now it's time for me to get my kiester off The Yellow Chair and start
really getting ready to stock my booth. Tomorrow . . . a final acquisition adventure!
And now for something completely different -- a drunken perspective on a sober tea scene.