Welcome friends for tea this week. Baskets of juicy peaches are in the grocery stores now, perfect for fresh fruit in hand or to be baked in an array of tantalizing recipes. I decided to make a cobbler for us with just a hint of nutmeg. Tea is being served on the lower deck on my outdoor tea cart.
The cobbler is warm and has a dollop of cool whip on it.
I've brewed a new tea to try that I received from a tea swap earlier this summer. Harney and Sons Pomegranate Oolong which is a light golden colour with just the right amount of pomegranate essence. I like the big handle on this Wild Flowers teacup.
A few flowers from the garden in a petite vase.
The tea cart against the wall with the hydrangea wreath I made.
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The above photo probably seems odd seeing that it's not completely centred but a vent is right beside the tea cart and I felt I should crop it out.
Thank you for joining me, I always enjoy your company and comments. I hope you'll visit my hosts and their guests as well.
Sandi from Rose Chintz Cottage, Trisha from Sweetology, Kathy at A Delightsome Life and Bernideen from Bernideen's Tea Time Blog. Bernideen's link is for Saturdays when we try to have tea in the garden, weather permitting.