Today I'm having some of this tea my mom brought me from Colorado when she was here for a visit.
It came from our friend Bernideen's shop in Old Colorado Springs, which we visited when I was out there in March. Not only is the tea in pretty packaging, it tastes delicious, too.
My mom also brought out this gorgeous, vintage quilt. The hexagons (hexies, as quilters call them) were put together by my great-aunt back in the 1950s. My mom assembled it all about 15 years ago.
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Such a special treasure.
No treats today with tea, because last night I had a piece of this chocolate raspberry cake. Yummy!
Here's a pic taken of us at our youngest son's graduation last week from Hillsdale College. Also shown with my husband and I are our daughter and oldest son. Daughter-in-law has a new job, so wasn't able to attend.
Had a whirlwind of activity the past two weeks. I'll be round to visit you all soon. xo, Deborah
Oh, and a p.s. I just acquired 71 -- yes, 71!, books this past weekend at a huge library book sale. My bookshelves are rapidly filling up. Got some real treasures.
Linking with Sandi's tea party.