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I am Sandra - faithful steward. listener. shepherd. dream believer. hard worker. collects brass bells, boots. Jesus follower. contented. star gazer. homemaker. farmer. prayer warrior. country woman. reader. traveler. writer. homebody. living life large.

Monday, February 23, 2009

New to me teapot

This is the aforementioned, new to me, teapot. Isn't it adorable? I enjoy a pot of tea, as well as a pot of coffee, but tea settles me more, makes me slow down and take stock in a way that coffee does not.

I mentioned it in the post where I had trouble entering photos, thought I'd catch up a bit.






Blessings ~ tea ~ new to me teapot ~ lovely cups ~ friends to share ~ thrift stores ~

16 comments:

  1. Your new teapot is elegant.
    Like you, I prefer tea over coffee.
    I only drink coffee if someone else wants some and then only one cup or my tummy doesn't feel so great. I love the coffee aroma, though.

    Enjoy you tea!

    ~Lisa

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  2. Hello Sweet Friend! I got your comment last week, but am just now getting around to get to it. James (my youngest) had the flu and it was all about him:) I need your email address so I can send you mine:) Love, Jamie

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  3. Good Morning Lisa - I'm so glad you're feeling better and glad you're visiting. What is it, do you suppose, that makes coffee more stomach upsetting than tea? They both have acids...?

    Good Morning Jamie - give James a hug and some pudding and hope he feels better quickly. Contact me thistlecovefarms at gmail dot com and you know what to do -smile-.
    love and prayers because He loved us first...

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  4. What a great teapot. It's unusual and quite lovely thrift find!

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  5. Hi, I just love that picture on your blog header!..and that pretty teapot is quite a find.

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  6. Hello Diana, many thanks for visiting TCF blog. I think I'll receive many years of pleasure from this little teapot.

    Hello Carol, thank you for visiting TCF blog and for your kind compliment. At Thistle Cove Farm it's beautiful one day and perfect the next! -smile-

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  7. whoops...didn't realize Dave account was open. It's really me, Sandra!

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  8. Sandra....I just had to pop on here and tell you how much I've enjoyed reading your blog! My dream is to live in the country someday, and your photos are just BREATHTAKING! And I love reading about your life too! I'm passing your blog on to my mom, too...I know she will enjoy it!

    Blessings to you!

    Julie

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  9. Dear Sandra,
    I just love visiting your country world ~ such a beautiful break! I would love to share a cup of tea with you!

    I have not received the tea cozy yet ~ but I look forward to it everyday! I hope it didn't get lost in the mail.

    Wishing you a day filled with blessings and love, Katie

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  10. Sandra,
    I so enjoy reading your blog. I've been introduced to the greatest things through your links, Pam Warden and Faith Folk today. And many others over the last several weeks. I just wanted to thank you. Look forward to a picture of you at the wheel of the Man Magnet!
    Blessings to you!
    Colleen

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  11. Wow Sandra, tea and a bargain .. what a sweet deal! I love tea and coffee but it depends on the situation, and my mood, which is in my favorite mug.

    Wishing you and yours a blessed day!

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  12. Nice post and nice blog.

    Would you like to exchange links?

    Steve
    COMMON CENTS
    http://www.commoncts.blogspot.com

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  13. There is just something about brewing a pot of tea and sitting down with a special cup and saucer full of tea to sip , that causes me to take time to enjoy the moment..and reflect. What is it about tea that inspires this?

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  14. I collect tea pots-and wouldn't mind having yours-its very pretty!

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  15. Hi, Love Your Teapot! My Problem is I LOVE BOTH Coffee and Tea...actually I'll Eat or Drink anything...well Almost! Anyway, I wanted to say Thanx for Stopping By and Letting me Know about the DOT thing...I think I know what it is...but I Don't know how to fix it either...We'll Learn..We'll Be Just Like the Computer Geeks Out There!:)
    Thanx Again! I Appreciate Your Help, and when I get A chance, I am going to come back and read all about You and Your Farmlife! Im A FarmGirl at Heart! :)

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  16. Hi Julie - many thanks for visiting and for your kind compliment. I adore taking photos and with the scenery God has blessed us with, He makes me look good -smile-. Your etsy roving is breathtaking; very nice! Hope your Mom enjoys her visit, please come back soon.

    Hi Katie - I'm home and will be sending your tea cozy this week; will let you know when it's mailed so you can look for it. You'll have to sign for it, that's to make sure it gets there.

    Hi Coleen - thanks for visiting and I'm so glad to have introduced you to some of my favorites; Pam Warden's work is so happy...just love it.

    Hi Penny - thanks for visiting; like you, I enjoy both tea and coffee...both are so good. We should do a 'favorite mug' photo shoot; we all seem to have them, don't we? -smile-

    Hi Steve - Thanks for visiting and I'm headed to your blog now to exchange links.

    Hi KathyB. - I'm not so sure it's the tea but the time; taking the moment to enjoy one of our many blessings. Taking the time to breath deeply, think on something or nothing but always, enjoying the moment.

    Hi Tipper - that tea pot is SO cute; I've got another that's cute but in a different way. I'll have to photo it and post.

    Hi Tin Can Cottage - Thanks for visiting; I'm looking forward to reading more about your vintage trailer. That's SO my dream...to have a vintage trailer and I've put the word out with tons of people so it's only a matter of time before I've got one.
    About the DOT thing...it's your web address...it's not showing up as thetincancottage.blogspot.com but as a short series of dots and dashes...rather like Morse code. Very strange -smile-. Please visit again soon.

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