The last few days has been beautiful, and yesterday I stopped at Savers for a quick look. I found some pretty teacups and mugs and I’m in hiding this week!
Last Saturday Mr. C and I went to my nephews wedding, and we did not have fun. The bride and groom looked wonderful, and are such a happy couple! But unfortunately we were seated at a table with a couple who were quite obnoxious, and made the night anything but enjoyable!
Since then life’s atmosphere is continuing the same way. I don’t understand why people put so much time and effort into making life difficult and so much more complicated then it needs to be. Just relax, loosen up and hang with others who enjoy life!
So I’m in hiding, hiding at the Charmer where life is sweet, simple and uncomplicated! Quite frankly the less people I seen this week the better.
Have you ever felt this way?
To help get my spirit to a peaceful, happy place I looked out my kitchen window that is outside my prepping station counter…
So I feel better already!
OK, enough about that, let me share the sweet teacups I found…..
Sorry a little blurry, W.H. Grindley Staffordshire England tea cup, pattern English Country Inns.
A very pretty pink and rose teacup, no marking.
These two cuties didn’t come with saucers, but that’s OK. The bottom rose is made in England bone china, with a marking 4860A on bottom. The blue dish on top is also bone china from England , Aynsley
This is a very large vintage tea cup, made in Germany! It’s almost big enough to eat soup in. I wonder why it’s so big? Or was it for someone who liked really big cups of coffee!
Mr. C has been calling me a hoarder lately, I choose to look at it, that I’m a person who has MANY collections.
The photos were take on our mantel, and I tied a vintage hanky around the candlestick.
Every time I need “a feel better” happy feeling I walk over and look…
Oops, I almost forgot…
to share these cute cottage cups. I call these tea cups, but I guess technically they aren’t. But since I use them to drink tea, and Mr. C wouldnt’ be caught dead drinking coffee in them, they are my tea cups.
The white one was made in Bavaria, and the pink one is bone china.
I’d headed to my craft room to start my first quilt in over 25 years!
Ahhhh, the simple pleasures of life!