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Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Would You Like Some Tea With Your Turkey?

My teacup for today is one I especially love. It is my favorite color, a bright and happy blue, with a beautiful rose painted inside. This teacup shouts "springtime!" to me. How can you not imagine the turquoise-blue sky and roses of late spring when sipping tea from this cup? Oh, look...
...one of my baby Midget White turkeys has discovered the teacup !
Here comes Tom, the other little turkey poult hatched from the eggs of the turkeys ( now grown up) I raised last year. Guess these little ones have inherited their parents' penchant for teacups*.
"Hey Tiny, what are you doing?
"Tom, look at this beautiful teacup, I love it! When I roll around and curl up in it I feel like I am back in my cozy egg.You should try it."
"I dunno Tiny, it seems a bit too small for me...hmmmm."
This teacup is bone china, made in England by Aynsley.Click onto any picture for enlargement.
"Tom, Tom? Where did you go?"
"Look at this beautiful teacup,turquoise blue with gold-edged cup and saucer, contrasted with white and the beautiful rose inside( what can I say, these are very intelligent turkeys with extensive vocabularies). Now where is Tom?"
"Here I am Tiny ! The tea pot is roomy, I think it fits me nicely, I hope Kathy doesn't need this pot for tea anytime soon."
Happy tea-time to you. Any time for a spot of tea is a bright spot in our day. If you share your tea- time with turkeys, well...you can't help but smile. Maybe you might even laugh out loud! Either way, turkeys and tea make a heart happy. For more Tea Time Tuesday fun and inspiration check out the links listed below.


Anonymous said...

Precious pictures Kathy. Thanks for the smiles this morning.

Pamela Gordon said...

What a delightful post! Those little turkeys are so sweet. Your china teacup is very pretty. Thanks for putting a smile on my face this rainy morning. Blessings, Pamela

Debbie said...

Oh how I enjoy your tea posts! It's been awhile since we had turkeys in teacups, but I enjoy the grandkids too. So whoever you have with tea seems to please :D.
They look so soft and curious about their surroundings. I'll bet the cup does feel like the egg!

Wendy@Once upon a rose haven said...

Adorable! Those little turkeys are so cute.

Snap said...

adorable post! love the aqua teacup .. such a lovely color. the turkeys are too cute! happy tea day!

Betty said...

I love your blue teacup, but the baby turkeys are so adorable.

Terri said...

Very sweet and funny! I love your adorable chics and their antics.
The Aynsley cup is fabulous! Love the color very much and yes, very springtime!

Concetta said...

I have never thought of matching a tiny turkey in a teacup! How creative you are dear friend! I love your teacup - absolutely beautiful!!!!
One of the highlights of my day is visiting your blog!
Have a blessed day!

Anonymous said...

Loved the pictures and lovely tea cup!



Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hello Kathy,
What a pretty teacup; one of my favourite colours! I love those baby turkeys; so cute! What a delightful post! Thanks for the smiles and for stopping by for Tea Time.


Unknown said...

This post it too cute! And I love the blue cup, I just love blue in tea cups for some reason. But those turkeys I will be thinking about this for days and smiling everytime!

Thanks for sharing such a delightful post.

Tara said...

What a cute post! Made me smile!

Connie said...

HA! Those turkeys are so cute, Kathy! I think they would make me laugh too if I were there. Pretty teacup, and I love the embroidery work in that last picture. Very pretty stitchery! :)

Deb from WhatsInMyAttic said...

This was just adorable! Lovely teacup, and the turkeys made me laugh; great post!

PeregrineBlue said...

i want to move there, be your neighbor, no, better be your sister!

Diann said...

Very cute post! And your teacup is so pretty!

Concetta said...

Dearest Kathy,
I am so honored that you want to use some of my recipes and hospitality ideas with your precious grandchildren.
I hope one day that we can meet - you are my kindred friend and I am thankful for your inspiration in my life. You made my day - which you have done many times!

Dolores said...

Oh my ...... the little turkeys are so cute! Love your beautiful tea set.... the color is gorgeous!


Wandering Chopsticks said...

This was just the most adorable post. Love your tea cup. That turquoise! The rose! The gold trim! But the baby turkeys! Ooh my!

Nancy M. said...

You have more pretty babies! They always look so cute when they are little! I love seeing the turkeys when they grow up too, they look so proud!

Kathy said...

This is so precious! I have never seen a baby turkey - coupled with the beautiful blue teacup - this makes lovely photos!
Love it,

Mary Bergfeld said...

I loved your tea cup and have been completely charmed by the post itself. It's amazing you've been able to toilet train those little guys :-) I thought for sure there would be unplanned table decorations before you finished with your photos. Have a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

Southern Comfort said...

You and your babies make me smile! I told my husband yesterday that I was ready for a couple of milk goats. Am I really? I grew up on a farm with so many different animals and one of my jobs was to milk 2 jersey cows. I'd love to have the fresh milk and think the goats would be easier than a cow...what do you think?

Eggs In My Pocket said...

Love the pretty cups of turkey! And my eye caught the lovely embroidered cloth underneath on the last photo. Is it hand embroidered and where did you get it! So lovely! blessings,Kathleen