Friday Was…

…a great day to brew a pot of tea and read a Tea Shop Murder Mystery. See my great old Tea Cozy from the early 70’s? A friend of ours in England made that for us as a wedding gift. It really does keep my tea pot nice and cozy. Today was not a hot day in the Northwest so Katie and I enjoyed our nice hot tea and sitting in a comfy chair with our throws and reading the day away…

I also managed to cook up a pot of Polenta Sausage Soup which I’ll post in the future on MGCC. The weather has never been a factor in when I enjoy soup. I like soup on a hot summer day as well as a brisk Fall day. How about you?

Speaking of Mennonite Girls Can Cook head over and get the 2 ingredient recipe I posted for a nice fruit dip to have with all that wonderful fresh fruit this time of year!

Photobucket replaced all my photos with blurred out versions and photobucket stamped versions. They are holding my photos hostage until I pay them lots of money. I’m slowly going through all my posts and trying to clean them up and replacing some photos. Such a bother.

About Ellen am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

11 thoughts on “Friday Was…

  1. What a fun cozy…LOVE the colors. You’re killing me with this cool Northwest weather. (c; The thought of hot soup when it’s in the 90’s and the humidity is almost 80% is just too much for me. But I’m really looking forward to that recipe…sounds very intriguing. Hope your weekend is restful!

  2. Those mysteries are new to me – I’ll have to look in the library for them.
    I like my tea in a pot, under a cosy. Your cosy is very pretty!

  3. That tea cozy is adorable. I think I’m gonna look for a pattern like that! I’ve never heard of those mysteries before, wonder if I can get them on my Nook? I made some split pea soup last week-I froze it because I like soup in cooler weather, unless it’s gazpacho!

  4. It appears you are a reader of mysteries! That was my mother’s favorite genre of novel. You have me wishing for cooler weather with your cozy table, cozy teapot, and that soup sounds fantastic, by the way!

  5. come to Texas and you’ll throw that old thing away for sure – hotter that blazes – so hot nothing blooms – HA! kinda like WA but different…

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