Tea time delight

It began as what was meant to be a quick stop at our local home and garden center to pick up a light bulb. After I picked up said item, I took the scenic route to the tills, and low and behold, what did I cross, but a load of  hydrangea clad ceramics. I couldn’t just leave without one. That would be rude.  

Look at them go. Oh I stood there and admired them for what was probably way too long, and took several grainy pictures. They’re meant for aesthetic decorative reasons, but I knew the smallest jar could find a good home in our kitchen to store fiance’s tea. As much as I post about tea cups, I actually hate tea. I just like the cups. I guess I could be compared to one of those people who reads the book after they see the movie. That made more sense in my head. 
Also, I saw this potted hydrangea in the garden section and just woah – look at the size of the petals! Hopefully you’ll get an idea of the size by my hand. Attack of the monster hydrangea. If I didn’t unintentionally murder every plant that came into my care, I would have swiped one.

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2 Comments

  1. April 4, 2012 / 22:18

    Oh they are cute…..glad to know I am not the only one who takes the scenic route to the till lol. I know some people thought I was odd cos I would drink my coffee out of a tea cup lol, its a cup people….you can drink anything from it.

    Um I will confess a few times I have read the book after the movie, but normally its the other way round.

  2. April 9, 2012 / 08:21

    Yeah, I'm guilty of the book after the movie thing. But I'm proud to say it's only happened a couple of times.

    Hell no it's not odd to drink coffee out of a tea cup. It's all refined like. You need to drink more cups to equal the same volume as a mug, but you get there in the end.