It's very fall-like today so tea and apple cake may hit the spot.
A tea-cake filled with chunks of apple. :)
I often mix and match tea-cups and saucers.
The tea-cup is without any markings.
The saucer is Silverdale from Hanley, England
Both were found in a thrift shop.
Both sitting lonely on a shelf.
I always have company at tea.
What's with the long face, Annie?
Oh, you don't like apples.
Well, let's go and see what we can find for you.
I'm joining Sandi at http://sandimyyellowdoor.blogspot.ca/for Tea Time.
& http://thecharmofhome.blogspot.ca/ for Home Sweet Home.
Tea-time at http://blog.bernideens.com/
Audrey wants to thank you all for your happy birthday wishes.
She had a so-so day, she says.
Highest on her list of 'fun things provided by mere mortals' was when the retired guy hung drywall in the garage and had to put all his junk in the middle of the room.
Instant mountain to climb.
Lots of fun for a birthday cat.
Next was being served a large heaping of wellness chicken dinner microwaved for 15 seconds.
She and her real mom, Annie, shared a corn on the cob for dessert. I kid you not.
She was thrilled with her gift; a near-sighted chicken.
She carries it everywhere.
Plus, a gazillion cuddles (argh!) & far too many kisses.
That she could do without.
Turning 4 is a big responsibility for a cat.
One she will gladly ignore.