Monday, May 21, 2012

Tea at The Blueberry Patch

Hello dear ones,
The spring days are the sweetest ones to spend some lovely time outdoors . . . No matter if you're gardening, relaxing or just having some delicious tea, those days are so precious.  Today I'm sharing some photos of a tea at The Blueberry Patch.

Those pretty blue eggs were found at our lawn, and last week I found five more that were washed out from our gutters.  Silly birds ~ they keep building nests in the gutters.

We added a bird house on the top of our little gazebo.

Can you guess what this gazebo used to be ?
Take a good look at it !
A beautiful pair of doves and a lovely rose that I love, because it looks so real .


sit . . .

relax . . .

and enjoy . . .

your tea !

You can sit anywhere you like . . . 

 Like this little sweet spot . . .

 or on the swing . . .

perhaps, you may want to sit on the lawn.

 Whatever spot you choose you're very welcome to stay as long as your heart desires.

"Oh, I've had a most fascinating time.  I feel that I have not lived in vain and I shall always feel like that even if I should never be invited to tea again.
~Anne Shirley

Have a beautiful week!

I'm joining . . .

Sandi for Tea Time Tuesday


  1. So sweet and so inviting,wish I could come over for real and have a tea party with you.The posts are really thick like PVC pipe.Too thick for a tent.Now I'm curious.Please drop by and have a cup with Me any time,follow only if you wish.Blessings your way-Denise

  2. Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving me a sweet comment and becoming a follower!

    I am now following you as well :)

    This is such a beautiful post, you have created a lovely spot to relax and enjoy some tea! Thank You for sharing and I hope you have a wonderful week!

    Aledia @ Plum Perfect

  3. Wendy, what sweet vignettes you shared with us!!

  4. Wow Wendy what a BEAUTIFUL blog. And oh how I could have had tea with you out in your delightful garden. Unfortuanately I do need a chair, but personally I loved the vignette on the blanket. SO inviting. Well your whole yard is. I so appreciate the tranquility and peace you offer here. Its nice to relax and be refreshed.


    PS I am now following you too. So delighted to meet you and become friends.

  5. You visited me and now I'm visiting you! Love your gazebo and I think I'd lik to have my tea sitting on the lawn! It looks so lovely. I think Im your latest follower. Joan

  6. Just a perfect spot for a romantic tea! So nice to meet you and thanks for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!

  7. What a beautiful yard! Love the garden side cottage.

  8. What a beautiful place you created for a tea!

    Regards Janny

  9. What a darling place to escape too!

  10. Hi Wendy,
    You have so many lovely spots for a cup of tea! Every place is so charming but since I haven't had tea on the swing for such a long while, I will have mine there please. Thank you for having me and for joining me for tea. Have a beautiful day.


  11. Hello Wendy, Thank you so much for following my blog, I am now following yours, too :) I love sharing ideas and I'm looking forward to becoming good blogging friends. Have a wonderful day, Connie

  12. Hi Wendy,
    I love all your pretty vignettes for tea. Everything looks absolutely gorgeous. Thanks for sharing. Have a wonderful day!

  13. Oh Wendy, how sweet!

    Your tea space(s) are just so beautiful!

    I am SO GLAD you visited me today, so I could then find YOU!!

    I am your newest follower!

    Happy Tea Tuesday, my new friend!

    I look forward to reading your old tea posts!!

  14. Hi Wendy,
    I think your gazebo looks like a weeding gift. May be you have celebrated your wedding there? It is so outstanding and romantic and so is the tea you have set. Thank you for sharing those romantic moments.
    Best greetings, Johanna

  15. Hello sweetie! YOur blog is just darling! I will come for a spot of tea anytime! xo

  16. Love the gazebo, beautiful with all the white. Have a great weekend, Laura

  17. Good Morning
    What a lovely garden party. But, I'm stumped. You ask if we knew what your gazebo was made from and I'm guessing either an old satellite dish or papasan chair. Am I close?

  18. Hello Kay,
    You are right! The little gazebo was made from an old Papasan chair. Thank you for visiting my blog and your sweet comment!



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