The birds nest from last year I don't know what they are. Any Ideas?
Spring is here! Yippeeee! My daffodils are blooming and my tulips are all up but have not bloomed yet! I also have some very pretty flowers; I don't know what they are called because they were here before we moved in. Our sweet little birds nest that was in the tree outside the kitchen was destroyed in September; I'm sad I won't get to watch a family of robins grow and fly away this Spring. I hope they rebuild it but it is not looking promising as of right now...sigh.
Tea parties are happening like crazy around here! I'm preparing for a bridal tea for 35 coming up (so excited!), then a tea party fashion show (can't wait!) and many more in the months to come! Looking forward to sharing these events with you!
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Tea time etiquette
When you are finished with your tea and food, it's the general consensus that the napkin should be placed to the RIGHT of the plate on the table. IF you need to leave your seat during the tea it is acceptable to place the napkin on your seat until you return.