Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Enjoying Spring Time!

It's finally Spring Time!

I was overjoyed to find the lilacs in bloom at the cottage this week!

I am enjoying the purple lilacs outdoors and inside the cottage!

Their fragrance is divine!

The dainty mauve footed and handled teacup is a Rosina.

The bright coral coloured azaleas are also giving me spring joy!

I found this deep coral Aynsley teacup at Goodwill this week for $3.99.

Oh, how I wish the vivid spring colours would continue throughout the year!!

I'm wondering what's in bloom in your garden?

Thank you for stopping by today!

I hope that you are enjoying Spring Time too!

See you soon!

This week I plan to visit these beautiful blogspots:

Bernideen's ~
Tea in the Garden
Beverly ~ http://howsweetthesound typepad.
Pink Saturday
Ruth ~
Tuesday Cuppa Tea

Hope to see you there!


  1. Your lilacs and azaleas are lovely! I wish we could grow lilacs here but I have to be content with photos. And I love the violet-patterned teacup and teapot. I have a weakness for violets. Your Aynsley teacup is quite a find, and looks so pretty with your azaleas. Enjoy this beautiful season!

  2. Flowers are so pretty.

    Charlotte Moore

  3. I've still got about a month before my lilacs blossom.

    Your Goodwill is much cheaper than ours. Teacups and saucers are now $7.99

  4. Dear Karen: How thrilling to see your Lilac emphasis when I did mine! And I used pansy cups and saucers and you used violets - how funny! I think your lilac bush is so robust and the blooms are amazing! Let's enjoy every minute - right! Thanks for sharing.

  5. Your flowers are gorgeous. Karen. Your coral Aynsley teacup was another great score! The tea sets at my local thrift store are usually priced at $8-10 and they're nowhere near as nice as the ones you find.

  6. Your flowers are stunning!!!Love all your gorgeous china,that coral teacup is really beautiful!Great purchase!

  7. Your coral china and flowers are just gorgeous. The tea cup is fabulous

  8. Karen, your flowers are spectacular. And I've never seen a teacup like your Aynsley--what a find!