Saturday, December 5, 2009

Staying Warm and Cozy

What a difference a day makes!
This morning, there was still green grass.
Tonight,
four inches

of
s n o w
and
it's still falling
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I love these Christmas teas from
Stash
White Christmas
three simple ingredients
Christmas Eve
herbal & perfect at night

Keeping the kettle busy as I warm up and get cozy.

~Stay cozy dear friends~


10 comments:

Cathy said...

Stay safe and warm Maria!

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

So far we've only had flurries. I love the names of the teas...sweet and cozy.

Sue

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

Maria-I don't know about the doily in the picture. Michael at Designs by Gollum is the hostess for that "party" and she created the logo. I'll give you her blog address and I'm sure she would let you know where she got them. Thanks for visiting me! Sue

http://designsbygollum.blogspot.com/

Wanda said...

Lovely post Maria, I have some festive tea to drink, but no beautiful snow to enjoy yet!

Cathy said...

You have an award at my blog. Check it out and claim it when you have time.

Anita said...

Hi Maria...thanks for your visit. The mugs are from Cracker Barrel, this year and are only $2.99 regular price...and they probably have them on sale now for 25-40% off as they usually start marking their Christmas items down this time of year. Better hurry, if you want some as they are so cute they may be or getting close to being sold out.

Sandy said...

Mmmm, hot tea. I'm going to make another cup now. Even though our snow is melted, it's still chilly. I've heard that our chances for snow this winter are greater than usual, and I'm excited about it. We just haven't been getting much snow for a number of years now. My students don't know how to play in snow--you know, snow angels, igloos, snowmen, snowballs, etc. Growing up in Ohio, not far from Lake Erie, I experienced all kinds of marvelous winter fun. Although I don't miss the cold and the ugly slushy mess, I do miss certain things like ice skating on a frozen lake and digging a snow cave out of the side of a 12-foot drift. If we can get a few 3- or 4-inch snowfalls, the children could have some serious snow fun. :)

Barb said...

A tea break looks just perfect for warding off winter's chill! I like the "Cup of Joy" concept.
Busy in the city this weekend, and it's snowing both here and in the Mts. I took my Granddaughter to the Nutcracker yesterday - magic for both of us. I LOVE your new winter Header Mosaic!

koralee said...

Oh Maria please send some snow our way. My kids so want some and so do I. I am going shopping tomorrow and will pick up a box or two of these teas..they do sound yummy. Happy New Week to you...only two more to go before school is out! Where oh where did the time go????

EcoRover said...

Whooh-hooh, snow! Wait 'til this -30 deg F air makes it out your way. After walking the dog this morning & evening, I shared your joy for a hot cup of tea.