Monday, June 7, 2010

Tea Tuesday


 Kimmie  is the hostess for Tea Tuesday and I must say that ever since

I've started posting, I've learnt to 

make time for my cuppa.

Thank You Kimmie and the Tea Tuesday bloggers!

And at the end of a busy work day,
I look forward to reading all your postings with my cuppa..



Today's tea is green tea


(This "phoenix tea mug" is made from purple clay  
PS: I never knew much about its role in chinese tea appreciation until recently :)
guess I was attracted to this unique design ;)  )


and I had it in the garden with one of my favorite books written by


and here's a page from this inspiring book....


Happy Tea Tuesday!!

steph

6 comments:

Kimmie said...

I will post my tea tomorrow ..... but it's already "tomorrow" in Singapore isn't it? Your plumeria are sooooo beautiful! I wish I could smell the through my computer screen :)

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

What a beautiful Phoenix tea mug. The color of it is so unique. I saw you had already posted and wanted to come by and have a quick late cup. Green is one of my favorite teas, too.

Since YOU've been posting, I have learned so much from you, especially about Pu'er tea bricks. I was actually able to buy some this past week. I was told that there is a process by which they can now "age" the tea in order to make it more desirable. I thought that was cheating, but apparently no one else does. I would never have known about this tea, had I not read your blog.

And Marlynn (Honeysuckle Breeze) wrote me all excited about Chester. Seems she thinks my "Wendy" the art doll and Chester should get together. I had to laugh. Love Chester, though.

Have an awesome Tea Tuesday.

~*~Patty said...

ahhh SO lovely stopping by for tea with you Steph!
Anything would taste special in that beautiful mug!
I have Kelly's book too and saw it on a bookstore shelf over the weekend ... I have now had too very nice reminders that I 'need' to get it out again. I buy books with the best of intentions ... time moves so fast!
It is REALLY nice having you join in for T Tuesdays, it feels more like you are just down the street than half way round the globe :)!
oxo

La Dolce Vita said...

great post! purple clay! wow and I love your heart in the post below, just beautiful!

Dianne said...

Glad to have tea with you Steph...

Marlynn said...

Oh Steph, the Phoenix is one of my favorite legends and I believe he was real. He is so important around the world, what a wonderful tea you provide. My best to you and Chester and happy you are enjoying the Walls! OK, I admit it, I tried to set Chester up with Wendy... and Elizabeth opened her mouth! Hugs