Friday, July 18, 2008

Feminine Friday...

I just discovered a fun new Friday post!! It's called Feminine Friday and it's hosted by The Barefood Mama.

Kelly asked participants to share what femininity means to them. What fun!!

Today I would like to share my new tea cup. Isn't she just lovely!!



This tea cup is feminine to me because of all the pretty flowers on the tea cup. It's a dainty little cup, too. One that I definitely cannot picture a man drinking out of. :)

I look forward to sharing other tea cups as I collect more. I also look forward to sharing these tea cups (and tea time) with Elizabeth as she gets older.

Please take time to visit Kelly and her blog, The Barefood Mama.

17 comments:

Elizabeth said...

I love pretty teacups and saucers. Yours is lovely.

Tori said...

Hey that's a really neat idea, and yes that's very feminine!

Kelly said...

Good morning, Mrs. U! (well, afternoon now...how the day is flying, eek!

Your teacup is lovely! Teacups are one of my favorite things and yours is definitely all-lady! Perfectly feminine and blissful. :o)

Thank you so much for participating!

P.S. I accidentally had a snafu and deleted the Mr. Linksy so I just put a new one up - I would be very much obliged to you if you would pop back over and reinsert your link. Loads of thank yas!

In His Joy,
Kelly

Mrs. H. said...

Very pretty and very feminine! Thank you for sharing. :-)

REAL ME said...

There is nothing like a sweet and pretty tea cup to make you feel feminine! Very pretty!

Jodi said...

How dainty!

Kelli said...

Oh, what a beautiful teacup, Mrs. U! You are and Elizabeth will have such lovely tea times together!
~Kelli

Julieann said...

Yay--you played. Your teacup is just so pretty and very feminine:)

Julieann

Julieann said...

Mrs. U--I have an award for you my friend--I so love your blog:)

Julieann

Elizabeth G. said...

Mrs. U,
I just tagged you for a Meme (where did that word come from?)! Visit my blog at
homemusings.blogspot.com for info on how to play. I understand that the object is to introduce more people to your blog.

Take care,
Elizabeth

Kelli said...

Me again! Thank you for your sweet comment about my embroidery! I found a great book at Hobby Lobby and it's wonderful for beginners:
http://www.amazon.com/Teach-Yourself-Embroider-Leisure-Arts/dp/1574866842/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1217085420&sr=8-1
Have a wonderful weekend!
~Kelli

Jthemilker said...

It's Beautiful! I love those intricate victorian looking teacups.

I gave you a Brilliant Blog award this morning. I don't comment much, but I do read your blog. I love all the home-making advice, recipes, and watching your little one grow. She's darling! Your words have been a blessing to me. Thank you.

Mark F. said...

I have that exact tea cup. Isn't it just adorable.

Salsygirl said...

WHERE ARE YOU!!!??

Bonnie said...

Your blog is a lovely one to read. Then I noticed your weight loss posts on the side bar! WAY TO GO, GIRL!!! You are so brave! (and motivated!) Maybe I'll have to try that--I think it would be a good motivation to keep me on track!! Consider me a little part of your "cheering section"!

Georgiann said...

Hi there,
I stumbled onto your blog from Audreys ,So This Is Heaven On Earth
I'm The Garden Gate on the QF blog roll.

I wanted to tell you I love Victorian stuff too. Great tea cup! I have a tea cup collection.
How do you get that Victorian catalog?
Peace In Christ,
Georgiann

Mrs. U said...

Hi Georgiann!!
If you go to http://www.victoriantradingco.com/catalogrequest/ordercatalog.html you should be able to request any of their catalogs!! They have lots of lovely things, too! I SO enjoy receiving mine!

I hope you enjoy them! And thank you for visiting!

His,
Mrs. U

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