Sunday, February 3, 2013

Silent Sunday 3.2.13



Inspired by:

Silent Sunday


21 comments:

  1. My Gran also had a similar tea set. Thank you for the memories. x

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  2. oh no!! its so pretty i bet your gutted its broken :-(

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    1. I'll do that and put it away, but it wouldn't be safe to use now I don't think...

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  4. It's very pretty..I hope that super glue works! Are you intent on keeping it a tea pot? Could you turn it into something else-like a planter? I just think that it is too pretty to keep hidden away. :)

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    1. Thanks kathleen, that's a really good idea xxx

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  5. Oops!

    I was going to commend you on your chintzy china until I scrolled down and saw that all was not well!!! :O x

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    1. It's been the only tea pot that I've needed for 20 years, and I think guests have been a little surprised when I get it out :) Now I will actually have to choose one for myself... x

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  6. Loved hearing the story of the pot here in the comments! I wonder what you will choose next. Hope it is next week's picture!

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    1. That's another good idea :) If I can get into town...

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  7. Oh, so pretty.....and so ad it's broken :-( I have some china like that, but no teapot, that were my parents wedding presents! And that was a very long time ago! tea definitely tastes different in those china cups....

    xx Jazzy

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