Wednesday, November 25, 2009

HAPPY THANKSGIVING



Happy Thanksgiving to all the wonderful followers of the Tea Society. I hope you have a lovely holiday celebration...

I shall leave you with this suggestion: Instead of having coffee with your pumpkin pie, try a nice Assam or Ceylon( Kenilworth OP No 317). They pair splendidly with most foods and will truly warm your soul.

10 comments:

ChaChaneen said...

I made it back! ha ha Taking a breather to stop by and wish you a Happy Thanksgiving! Lurve the picture postcard! I already posted similar cards on my post today too! ha ha Great minds think alike. I like your suggestion for Ceylon tea too!

...mmm... said...

First off, HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!! Enjoy it to the fullest before what surely promises to be a very full day tomorrow! :)

Well, no prob., I've got Assam and Ceylon teas but as i don't particularly care for pumpkin pie, maybe I should try pecan instead?

Rebecca said...

Thank you, M...The food at dinner was very good, and the children had a nice time so that made me happy of course...

Absolutely, try them with pecan instead...Pecan pie is wonderful with anything, IMO..Delicious pie....

Betsy said...

Happy, happy b-day to you! What a wonderful time of year for a birthday!

And have a great Thanksgiving, too! I'll try the tea with my dessert! :)

Lynne said...

Hi Rebecca, I was going through my blog to find something when I came across your comment in November last year. In it you said you would be adopting a greyhound. I take it that is Tara on your sidebar. She looks lovely. I missed visiting a lot of people when our computer broke.
Happy Thanksgiving.

Bachelor said...

Rebecca,
I'll have to try the Assam or Ceylon sometime. Thanks for the suggestion. Beautiful music here on your blog! I love it!
Wishing you and yours a Happy Thanksgiving weekend!
The Bach

Bachelor said...

Rebecca,
I go to your blog and leave it open just to listen to the music.
How wonderful! You set the mood!
Thanks!
The Bach

Rebecca said...

Thank you Betsy..It was very nice.

Yes, Lynne! That is Tara, my sweet, darling, beautiful girl...

Bach, How lovely of you. I am so glad you're enjoying the sounds.

Charm and Grace said...

Hope you had a lovely Thanksgiving. The Thirteenth Tale sounds very intriguing. Wish I had some Ceylon right now.

Blessings,
Christi

ChaChaneen said...

Ha Ha - Rebecca, I smiled when I got your comment as I too was in the kitchen all day with only a few pictures taken during the day. I will combine them with my post of the church dinner and daughters baptism... make it one big post! And it's funny looking at those pictures now because they tell me I need to collect some fall/autumn dishes! ha ha Right now though I am working on my M-I-L's Christmas present and that is I make her a scrapbook type calendar every year and the house is quiet and I have a few hours to myself to begin working on it! I'll be back soon to visit and I'm looking forward to your teacup exchange! Wish I lived closer! Blessings!