022 Tea for two

22 01 2012

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A leisurely morning at an easy pace. An ride along the top of the hill before the humidity claims the day.  The rose farm serves breakfast now as well as morning tea. You read the latest news and listen to the birds chirping, bobbing, dancing for crumbs, while I wander with camera in hand, stopping and losing time amongst the pots. The delicate blooms are tougher than me, surviving the onslaught of a relentless summer without the need for hats or sunscreen. It is a lovely way to start the day, leaving all the ‘shoulds’ at home. We rejoin for tea and share our thoughts. What did you read? What did you see? I need to make more time for this.




8 responses

22 01 2012

thanx for taking us along for the ride and the sunday breakfast

22 01 2012

What a beautiful blog and wonderful thoughts! Your photos are gorgeous and especially welcome for me, who spent yesterday shoveling snow! It was so good to remember that other places people are enjoying flowers and the sun!

22 01 2012

Thanks Carolyn, hope you’re snuggled up and warm where you are!

22 01 2012

Thank you for a beautiful morning! Yes we should do this more often.
I love your blog and look forward every night to the new post. Your beautiful words and pictures have helped us both to heal and cope with the loss of Mum. I can’t thank you enough for your love and kindness and helping me (and others) see the beauty that is around us all the time, even when we can’t see it through the tears. You are truly an amazing woman and I am blessed to love you and be loved by you.

22 01 2012

Such a lovely start to your day Louise. Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving your footprint! I really appreciate it. Stay cool amidst the heat of summer. Margie

23 01 2012

Thanks Margie, yes a hot week ahead for us, around 40degrees C.

23 01 2012

Sounds like such a wonderful, relaxing morning.

24 01 2012

We all need to make more time for moments like this; thanks for the reminder!

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