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Sharon, it's morning, I'm at work and nothing could do me better than one of your cups of tea! Especially after all the food I had yesterday for the Easter lunch!LOL
Thanks for sharing your experience, wonderful article! And very useful!
Sharon: I love afternoon tea! How did you know? My aunt and I used always to have tea when we were together, and I do mean a proper British tea. I prefer the high teas with a real spread and let the tea break serve as the last meal of the day. But I'll take tea in any form any time!
How fitting to read this wonderful article from you after my D-mail.
Last year my little GreatGD was in Ft. Bragg and we didn't get to have her a birthday party...my DD told her we would have one the next month when they came home...well, some how she heard "tea party"...and she said "OH Grandma, I've never had a tea party!" So we HAD to have one for her.
Here is a picture of the table before the party started...all us "ladies" wore hats...although they were some I had in my Costume Box.
As I type this I am sitting at my computer having my FIRST cuppa of the morning. Jo