Wednesday, March 26, 2008






This is such a nice reminder that Spring is finally here and that very soon the fragrant blooms of my treasured Wisteria will be perfuming the air in our little courtyard. This photo was from last year before a wretched late freeze killed the massive grape clusters on the vine as well as the buds on my Nikko Blue Hydrangea. I was devastated to say the least.

6 comments:

Barbara said...

Thanks for visiting and for your comments. Your 'tea society' looks fun and is certainly something different.
I did a post recently when I was pruning my garden and the black teashirt that I am wearing has a Kentucky Derby unusual picture on the front.

Rebecca said...

Hello Barbara! You are most welcome. It was my pleasure to read your blog. I want to dive into all the photos of your garden and stay there for good! We have lots of fun with our Tea Society and we're in the midst of planning an Edwardian Picnic this summer.

DeeDee said...

Hi Rebecca...Thank you for your little visit..and your sweet comments. Love the beautiful Wisteria bloom...I am quite interested indeed in your Tea Society...In the past, I have had a tea ministry...nothing better than a nice cup of tea and unhurried conversation...Dee Dee

Rebecca said...

It's my pleasure, Dee Dee. Your blog truly is breathtaking and I plan to visit there often.

The Tea Society truly is a blessing to me and I believe to all the ladies. I have met some of the most wonderful women and found such cherished sisters. If you want to know anything else in particular about the Society, like perhaps starting a Chapter, I would be happy to send you information or answer any questions that you might have.


Blessings to you!
Rebecca

ZipZipInkspot said...

Looks like I am Lizzie Bennett, too! Was rather surprised, because she is a bit of a steadier character than I am. I try my best, but you know the ditz comes out in me fairly frequently :}

Very best
Natalie

Rebecca said...

I knew there had to be at least one more Lizzie Bennett from our group:-). Mother is proudly Eleanor Dashwood..Speaking of, did you watch Sense and Sensibility this evening?

Hope all the Fergusons ,especially the twins, are well. Katherine wasn't too keen on sleep this evening but finally gave up the ghost and off to lullaby land she went.

Blessings this Sunday Eve...
R