Friday, March 06, 2009

Friday Afternoon


Bella's scones, my tea . . .


Clara's flowers . . .


Daisy's china. . . .

Felix's sparkling conversation not pictured, but enjoyed.

16 comments:

Lisateresa said...

Oh, come on - it looks like summer at your house already! Man, we still have snow on the ground.....
:)

Margo said...

oh, she said wistfully, do you really have daffodils in your flowerbeds? All I have is snow melting into mud. . .

YayaOrchid said...

What beautiful pictures. I can almost hear the clinking sounds of the china and the lively conversation. Such a lovely table!

Tracey said...

peaceful and serene.. very lucky to have all your children with you and together. A lovely way to end a week.

Daisy said...

I can't believe you have daffodils already! They are beautiful!

Suzanne said...

We do tea each afternoon too--I just blogged about it the other day. Too funny:-)

Toby & Kelly said...

Anna, I wonder if you would consider having a brief word with my kids' grandmothers on the china issue...Pretty china is in such short supply around here, not to mention flowers!

bellaguinness said...

Simply beautiful.

Connie said...

I live in what use to be the Daffodil Capitol of the world and our daffodil fields still have only leaves.

However, the pickers are working the fields and gleaning the bulbs.

The bulbs are then sent to Holland and sold from there. What a hoot!

Julian said...

beautiful! Bellissimo! This is something I sooo enjoy with my girls! Spring tea next!
Christina

Lisateresa said...

Connie, you can't be serious!

Genevieve said...

Oh, what a lovely, lovely scene!

Bethgem said...

Oh, my GOODNESS. That TABLECLOTH. I might have almost eaten it instead.

Anna said...

Beth, you're just hungry because you're nursing. :)

Rona's Home Page said...

How nice. Tea time.

Anonymous said...

Daffodils in February in Ireland! And of course you can always plant bulbs indoors in the Autumn. If you do them in September they often flower in time for Christmas, though I prefer them in January. The china is very pretty, looks like Minton. Best wishes everyone, Angela.

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