Thursday, 16 December 2010

I wish you a merry Christmas, I wish you...

Celestial Teapot Blessing.













May all in your world remain rosy
While into the future you mosey.
And where you take tea
May it stay tea-bag free,
And every tea pot have a cosy!


Tea cosy picture borrowed from Queen of the tea cosies, my fried Grand Purl Baa! (Take the scenic route via her amazing blog).

Prompt by Magpie Tales.

25 comments:

  1. I've been a fan of Loani's (you too) for some time. Loose tea is my bag! merry christmas

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  2. Not quite sure how you got from a stained glass window to a tea cosy, but love the rhyme anyway!

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  3. Ah Jinksy, you need to observe what is depicted in the window and to have read Bertrand Russell!

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  4. Thank you for the blessing and for the smile (after reading the above comments!) Merry Christmas!

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  5. I think it is wonderful Stafford. Merry Christmas

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  6. I visited the blog - what amazing tea cosys! Love your connection to the picture.

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  7. When I first saw the picture in my reader I thought you made these ... :-)
    merry Christmas to you too!

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  8. Dear Stafford: Have tea cosy will keep us warm! Love that warm toasty feeling and from sunny Australia! Thanks for this poem! I needed the cosy feeling and the tea; an added bonus!!

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  9. A great little jingle. So much can be settled inside with a brew of tea and the cosy is a nice huggy bonus! A good one for Christmas AND the New Year!

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  10. I must get a proper teapot and, of course, a cosy.
    Thank you for the blessings from the Celestial Teapot. They are returned :)

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  11. lol, so clever :o) Here's wishing you a cosey little Christmas tea.

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  12. May all in your world remain rosy, as well! Merry Christmas, Ford!

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  13. Do you have to shutter the windows,
    crank up the A/C, put on holiday
    scarves and Bing Crosby tunes
    before you unwrap the cosies
    and sip the season's brew?
    Happy Christmas to you and yours;
    and as they say, "She'll be right."

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  14. How cosy that is! Delightful. Now I'll check out the tea hea hea lady. Thanks for that, too!

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  15. Stafford,
    A special christmas wish right back at you.
    rel

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  16. Great teapost! Merry Vhristmas to you and yours Cheers Kathe, Russell and new kitty Evy.

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  17. I love your rhymes, and this is no exception! (Although I must admit I don't know either how tea and a mother-and-child image are connected.) Read your other recent posts, too. Very entertaining!

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  18. Back at you Mr. Ray. Lovely cosy! Wishing you a cosy holiday! I see byy your writing, your middle name must be fun!

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  19. I love this take on the rose windowed prompt. And I covet your cosy

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  20. Who needs a tea cozy, when we have your wonderful humor to warm our hearts....hope you have a wonderful Christmas Stafford! :-)

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  21. That is the most fabulous tea cosy I have ever seen. I love it. Teatime would be so much fun with that brightening the table!!

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