Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Teasday greetings


In Animal Kingdom
"China" in Epcot
"England" in Epcot

Hi everyone! We just arrived back home late last night and are still unpacking. Wow, I can't believe it's been a week since last Teasday already. It's been a very busy week. We had a lot of fun at Disney and then we flew to North Ga. to stay in the mountains for a few days. It's good to be home though.

Thank you to all of you for the nice emails and well wishes on our trip. You all are so sweet.

Since last week really wasn't a trivia question, but instead a favorite tea question, there is no wrong answer. The winner is..... Pat Fidler!! Yeah! I will be sure to get you that Creme' Brulee to try as your sample. I know you will love it.

For our next week's trivia question: When out to tea with friends, what is the proper place for your personal items?

I still have about 350 pictures to go through, but here are a few. I hope you all have a great week and I'll see you at the Friday Flea Market!



Hugs~
Lori


3 comments:

LaundryBasketCase said...

It does look so lovely there. I'd love to go to Disney World! Looks like you had a great time... but good luck with your photo sorting!
Do you put your personal belongings under your chair? That's wht I tend to do, but I do so hate it when my bag gets dirty.
x

Ballerina Girl said...

Hi!
I found you through My Petite Maison's blog...
your site is fun!
It is funny, though I may not know the proper place for your personal belongings...
I like the way some places here in South America do it.
Since on the back of your chair is not only not pretty, it is also a great place to have something stolen...
so they have either a hook underneath the table at every chair, or they have table height stands that look like a coat rack with 4-5 pegs to hang your belongings...
or if you are extremely fashionable and have a tine, bejeweled handbag, you could display it on the table
:)
Hope to see you at my site!
BG

Anonymous said...

I am thinking that personal belongings should be given to the hostess if she asks for them upon arrival (if having tea in someone's home), or placed at the foot of the chair if at a tea room.

Enjoying the site - keep up the beautiful work!