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.
Thursday, 16 December 2010
I wish you a merry Christmas, I wish you...
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I've been a fan of Loani's (you too) for some time. Loose tea is my bag! merry christmasReplyDelete
Not quite sure how you got from a stained glass window to a tea cosy, but love the rhyme anyway!ReplyDelete
Ah Jinksy, you need to observe what is depicted in the window and to have read Bertrand Russell!ReplyDelete
Thank you for the blessing and for the smile (after reading the above comments!) Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
Sydney - City and Suburbs
I think it is wonderful Stafford. Merry ChristmasReplyDelete
I visited the blog - what amazing tea cosys! Love your connection to the picture.ReplyDelete
When I first saw the picture in my reader I thought you made these ... :-)ReplyDelete
merry Christmas to you too!
A brew with a view. I like it.ReplyDelete
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!!ReplyDelete
Tea hea hea.ReplyDelete
Thank you Ford.
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!ReplyDelete
I must get a proper teapot and, of course, a cosy.ReplyDelete
Thank you for the blessings from the Celestial Teapot. They are returned :)
lol, so clever :o) Here's wishing you a cosey little Christmas tea.ReplyDelete
May all in your world remain rosy, as well! Merry Christmas, Ford!ReplyDelete
Do you have to shutter the windows,ReplyDelete
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."
How cosy that is! Delightful. Now I'll check out the tea hea hea lady. Thanks for that, too!ReplyDelete
A special christmas wish right back at you.
Great teapost! Merry Vhristmas to you and yours Cheers Kathe, Russell and new kitty Evy.ReplyDelete
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!ReplyDelete
Back at you Mr. Ray. Lovely cosy! Wishing you a cosy holiday! I see byy your writing, your middle name must be fun!ReplyDelete
I love this take on the rose windowed prompt. And I covet your cosyReplyDelete
You take teaReplyDelete
too seriously :)
Who needs a tea cozy, when we have your wonderful humor to warm our hearts....hope you have a wonderful Christmas Stafford! :-)ReplyDelete
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!!ReplyDelete