Tea time is great fun and thanks go to Justine at Eclectic odds n sods for hosting us all. I love reading her synopsis of everyone’s posts after each tea party, they are very entertaining! It’s always delicious with so many yummy treats on offer and such interesting people dropping by.
I have visited Tea Time a few times now – for Tea Time #4 I shared an Australian video clip along with some warmer weather; for Tea Time #5 I took along my tea buddy ‘Dave’ and for Tea Time #6 I took along my family who were visiting and I had a confession about ‘Dave’ (you’ll have to read the post if you want to hear what the confession was).
I also realised that I haven’t been taking a plate of food along and now I feel bad!
I’m not a big fan of cooking but I can, and do cook, quite regularly. I’m currently trying to improve my health and fitness by eating healthy foods and running/cycling/walking on a regular basis. I am enjoying eating rhubarb and yoghurt topped with a sprinkling of granola but realise that this isn’t something you can take along to a tea party. It is very yummy though!
I’m not bringing along a recipe or food today but I will one day I promise! Instead, today I’m sharing my favourite photo of beautiful Danish tea cups that I fell in love with in a shop in Copenhagen. They were delicate, pretty, stylish and completely out of my price range!
I wrote a post about them last year which you can read here. I love the feeling of Spring that they evoke and as many of you, my blogging friends, are approaching Spring I thought that they might brighten your day a little.
Enjoy the wonderful experience of drinking tea out of such delicate and beautiful tea cups and thanks again for having me over.