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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Tea Tuesday


Good Morning!
Well, the kids are off to school...my morning coffee is gone and now I need to clean the house!

Time for some comfort tea in one of my many, many Fiestaware mugs.
This particular one is a retired color called Juniper. When I dropped the matching dinner plate on the floor, I actually cried as I picked up the pieces. It was the first and only piece I've broken.  I'm not usually emotional like that but it was just the cherry on top of a really crumby day if memory serves.

Again...I am off track... We were talking about tea!!
I LOVE this Oh my! Chai.
It's my special treat. I hoard it and only drink it when I need some comfort or want to super indulge.

Point of information: I have no affiliation with Tastefully Simple at all...just love this product. :) Thought you'd want to know.

Stop on over to Kimmies blog to see what my fellow tea drinkers are doing today.

10 comments:

~*~Patty S said...

It is sad when a treasured piece breaks ... I have been known to save the pieces with intentions of making something out of them :)

I enjoy Chai teas so much, yours sounds yummy!
I added your giveaway link to my T Tuesday post...I have been so lucky in winning giveaways...wanted to spread the fun!
oxo

1creativeone said...

Happy Tea to you and I love that color I bet even though the plate is missing it would love to be matched with the rest of the colors in the set! Christen

Kimmie said...

Haha ... We should all be paid somehow for all of the free advertising we give the tea companies ... And the china companies too ... Like fiesta ware :)

But isn't that really just the best sort of advertising there is .... Friend to friend and word of mouth ... They can't put a pricetag on that :)

Happy tea today! Kimmie

Yvonne said...

I love Fiesta Ware. All the colors are beautiful! I used to work for Broken China Jewelry and we made some beautiful pieces. She used to cut up good stuff to make jewelry, I mean things that were not broken or cracked. :)

Steph said...

Chai tea is certainly a warming and lovely tea....Happy day to you, HAlle!!

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I know what you mean when you break a special piece, one that cannot be replaced, no matter how much you might wish it so. I've wept over plates, too. How silly is that in the grand scheme of things? I guess it's a sentimental thing. That tea sounds divine. One of these days I'm going to make chai. Lovely tea post!

Dianne said...

I hate it when I break a piece of my vintage glass or tea ware! That color is gorgeous!

Leslie said...

My grandmother had a set of Fiestaware. I remember admiring the colorful dinnerware that she proudly displayed in her glass-front cabinet. So sorry you broke your plate.

ooglebloops said...

Like Patty, I would save the broken pieces to do something with later on!! Later on never seems to come - may have to part with those pottery shards!!!LOL Thanks for sharing and joining us for tea!!

Nancy Maxwell James said...

I've had this once before (at a showing) and it is delightful! I am sorry about your plate! :( Have a great weekend!

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