|1960's Spring Flower Cloche from My Drawing Number One|
The days are coming where late mornings will be perfect. Perfect, that is, for tea. Tea outside. Tea in the garden of Spring.
|Handmade Leather Shoes by Daphne Board|
Those days will be soft under foot, earth still springy, sponging from the sun.
|Vintage Chevron Bib Dress from Salvage Life|
Enough warmed light to kiss your shoulders and neck...
|1940's Bow Brooch from Revolving Styles|
and reflect a happy flicker from both brooch and eyes.
|Bicycle Skirt Guard by Frill Ride|
Ride to the garden park with gloved hands, but feet up, like the little girl who once giggled in a downhill descent.
|Coffee Scrub Soap by Seventh Tree Soaps|
But remember to wash up when you get to tea. We want hands as smooth and clean as the newly opened crocus who raises her hands to mother sun for her morning inspection.
|Vintage Colclough Tea Set from Nancy's Tea Shop|
Now we're ready. Ready for tea. Tea among flowers and birds and bees.
|Mint Polk Dot Peplum Skirt by Ginny & Jude Designs|
But do let us have a quick glance about while the leaves steep into deep amber...
|Dogwood Fine Art Photograph by Kim Deslandes Photography|
Pale pinks, yellows, and whites sprinkle the view as the first of the dogwoods have opened their eyes.
|Market Spice Cookies by Breadline Cafe|
Though wafting hints of golden spiced tea and crumbly cookies remind us to hurry back to table. Comfortably seated, nibbling goodies and sipping tea, there is no better place to quietly watch for more blooms to wake and hear the local birds sound their daily news.
|Magnolia Fine Art Photography by Metro Line 6 Photography|
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