Smudge in her window
The wind howled all night last night. Audrey was running the halls making sure we were all up to witness it. "Thanks, Audrey."
I tried a new tea today although I am not a fan usually of Earl Grey. This one I liked.
I added honey.
I'm still enjoying chocolates from Christmas.
When will it end? See the white spots...that's salt. YUM!
I love this tea-cup. The pattern is Jubilee Rose - Royal Albert.
It's not a wimpy cup. It holds lots of tea and the handle is just right. I only have one and wish I had a set of four.
I can't seem to find the little chick that was in the tea-cup.
"Oh, great! (burp)"
Then I have to brush my own cats who are losing tons of hair now that the summer coat is coming in.
Anyone need some cat-hair? You'll have to pay the postage but I'll gladly ship it out to you. ;-)
I'm joining Bernideen for Open House at http://bernideensteatimeblog.blogspot.ca/
& Feathered Nest Friday athttp://frenchcountrycottage.blogspot.ca/
Would Audrey do a thing like that?ReplyDelete
She won't answer that without a benefit of an attorney.
Audrey, tell her you didn't do it. I know you didn't. I think you're beautiful, Audrey. And honest.ReplyDelete
My cats say Audrey is innocent!ReplyDelete
We knew that chick was a goner. No cat in it's right mind , or not in it's right mind, could resist.ReplyDelete
We'd all like to be as photogenic as Audrey. She has an expression for every occasion.
I love the sound of wild winds at night. Don't know why but I find them restful. Nothing bothers my cats when it comes to sleep except animals outside
of the window.
Ahh, poor Audrey! Maybe it was Kane! :)ReplyDelete
Poor little chick, so cute and now so gone! Can you blame Audrey though? That was a very tempting bit of fluffy fun!!!ReplyDelete
Very cute cats (I think that was 2 different ones) and lovely cup and saucer. Thanks for linking to Open house.ReplyDelete
I think the 2 were in cahoots! That happens here all the time, one of the boyz knocks something on the floor and ICE is there to pick up after them=^Y^=HollyReplyDelete
Hey Deb! The hair coming off the ladies is ridiculous. Last year I added some of the brushed cat hair to a suet container (no suet LOL) with bit and bobs of scrap yarn and a bit of dryer lint. I laughed out loud when I saw chickadees pecking out the bits of cat hair. Some actually picked up the hair that was left floating in the air. I guess it must be nice and soft for the nest.ReplyDelete
EGADS is that snow I see?
Have a great weekend!
Oh Audrey! It was only a matter of time!ReplyDelete
I love your teacup and your cats! Aren't cats intelligent? Mine speaks, no, really she does. Beautiful dog as well. What soulful eyes.ReplyDelete
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Linda at The French Hens Nest
Take a bunch of that cat fur. Roll it in your hands to make a "cigar" and throw to Audrey. She will probably like it if she likes toys at all :)ReplyDelete
How beautiful Smudge is! She resembles my Marta.ReplyDelete
Your tea-cup is so pretty! I do really like Earl grey tea with a slice of lemmon pie! but it´s a bit strong if you don´t like a citrus flavours.
I think that naughty chick is hidden somewhere...give poor Audrey a chance to explain what happened before pleaded guilty...
Perhaps with your cats-hair I could knit some little sweaters for mine ( it´s getting cold in here!)
Audrey makes the best faces.ReplyDelete
Deb= I noticed on Ebay that they have your Jubilee Rose cup/saucer. One set can be bought at $9.95 or best offer and a few others for aroun $16 per set USD. I was shocked to see some being sold for over $90 for the cup alone. Be careful with the one you have - it is a beauty.
Thanks Ellen. I'll check that out.Delete
I have just tried Lavender Earl Grey which is lovely - much nicer than the normal type. Twinings also do a Jasmine Earl Grey which I'll search out next time I'm at Sainsbury's!ReplyDelete
Oh Audrey... you didn't did you? If you did - hide the evidence!ReplyDelete
Lily, WA, USA
What a funny post. Maybe it was a leprechaun after all and not dear sweet innocent Audrey.
I have that same teacup and it is a favorite too. I have several different Royal Alberts-different but the same shape and they all so pretty together.
Hope you will come and visit.
Ruthie from: http://www.ladybstimefortea.blogspot.com