Saturday, May 27, 2017

Late May Tea Time

Hello friends, I wanted to share a May tea with you before the month is over!  The weather here has been for the most part cold and rainy!  Nothing much blooming in my garden except for daffodils and primroses.

Yesterday was our first real nice day (about 70 degrees) in May, so I decided to take a little time out to enjoy tea in my yard.

I took my old storybook about the months of the year to read what it says about May.  I do have the cowslips, primroses, lily-of-the-valley and birch trees as mentioned in the poem, but not all blooming yet!

I found the applique tablecloth a long time ago at a thrift store, and also the tea/coffee set.

Charleston Tea Plantation, American Classic Tea in the Grindley & Co. teapot and brown sugar cookies for a treat.

Thank you so much for stopping by!  I am sure June will be a better month for garden tea parties!

I will be joining the following parties this week:  Bernideen's Tea In The Garden and Ruth's Tuesday Cuppa Tea.