Saturday, January 4, 2014

Sunday Respite



Hello everyone,
I hope you are enjoying your weekend ~ I know some of you have had some 
really nasty weather lately and after our storm yesterday it turned really cold
here but at least it was nice and sunny so that helps a lot. 

I hope you will enjoy a lazy Sunday afternoon tea.

I enjoy my day of rest on Sundays as a little respite is
good for the soul as well as the body.



                                                                         ~ Winter White ~
                                   Hope you are staying warm and cosy today!

                                      Thank you, Brenda for the lovely feature on your blog
                                        Ladies in the Sun ~ I am very touched by your kind
                                        words!

                                       Thank you to all of you as well for visiting and leaving
                                        kind words as well.

                                                                    Carolyn

17 comments:

Teresita said...

Que bonita entrada! Que tengas un maravilloso Año 2014!

My Little Home and Garden said...

It looks like a beautiful tea for a wintry day. You prepare things in such a lovely way.

Pamela Gordon said...

A perfectly pretty tea for a winter's day. I like the winter white china. Enjoy!

Betty W said...

Our weekend is warm, but next week very cold. Love the lace teapot, just beautiful. I love drinking tea anytime,but especially when it is cold outside.

podso said...

I'd enjoy a cup of tea with you, but then a Sunday afternoon nap! So good!

Susan said...

The hot tea looks good to me, Carolyn, since it's below zero where I am right now. F-f-f-Freezing!

Take care. Susan

Lady of the Woods said...

You have the most beautiful whites, and I love seeing your pictures, they help me to aspire to having such beauty in my own home. Love all your tea sets servers, all of it! And on your header picture that special little glow of light from behind the bed and canopy....so dreamy!

Cibo95 said...

Nice pics, dear Carolyn.
Have a wonderful sunday.
Greetings from Germany, Steffi =(^.^)=

Sandra-Maison de Plaisance said...

Absolutely beautiful, as always!!!! Have a lovely Sunday!

http://jackieinsurrey.blogspot.co.uk/ said...

Morning Carolyn, We have a dry sunny Sunday here in the UK, after all the wind and rain we have had over Christmas and the new Year.
Love your afternoon tea china, of course here in the UK most people have milk in their tea.

A very Happy New Year to you and your family. Jackie in Surrey, UK.x

nadia spadaccini said...

Buon giorno, non mi stanco mai di passare dal tuo blog, è tutto straordinariamento magico!!!
Ci sono sempre immagini ed oggetti originali e molto ma molto raffinati.
Happy New Year!!!
Love Nadia

Deb said...

What a beautiful post. Your white dishes are my favorite of all and the tea-cup is so pretty. I love the first photo with the addition of the lamb. Our weather here in Ontario is finally warming up to -1 instead of -30. Such a relief. Wishing you a warm and cozy Sunday, Caroline. Hugs, Deb

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Beautiful tea table, Carolyn! I love your pretty teapots. We are set to have frigid temps for the next few days, so hot beverages will be my drink of choice this week. : )

ANA REGINA said...

Vim te desejar um Ano de muita criatividade, amizades e carinho!
Muita saúde e paz!
Feliz 2014!
Bjnhs no ♥

Heaven's Walk said...

What a beautiful way to spend a snowy winter afternoon, Carolyn. :) Yes, it's brutal here in Michigan. Blizzard-like weather, 14" of new snow, wind chills down to -25. We're all snuggled up inside and plan on staying here for at least three days before venturing out to do any plowing and shoveling. Hope to get some inside projects completed! :)

xoxo laurie

domenica.60 said...

Thank you for your delightful winter white tea, Carolyn !
Happy New Year
Franca

erin's art and gardens said...

we are having some frigid temps down here in tennessee but i am enjoying the excuse to stay inside. lovely photos!
erin
xoxo