Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Tea Cup Tuesday #23 Tea Pictures

I have been three states away for a week taking care of a two year old grandson. As we headed home, we got call 91 year old mother-in-law is in hosptial 80 miles the other direction from our home. We are exhasted and mentally depleted here, but I wanted to try and get back on some target, to feel like things were returning to some normalcy. I had this post in files, so I will use it today for Teacup Tuesday, as it is tea cup related at least!

Pictures with tea cups and tea pots are numerous in my home as well as the real cups and pots!

This picture was painted for me by a friend. She put ME in the picture by using an apron, a hat, a book, lace, and a cup of tea...all things which I use daily.

This living room picture was painted my my mother-in-law.

This is a print that I used many times as a prompt  in my writing classes. It has produced many creatives takes, but I don't remember any relating to the cup of tea sitting on the table! It hangs in my office now.

Another picture in my office.


BECKY said...

Oh, Claudia, I love them all! I have a couple of tea cup prints in my home, too! I'll share them sometime with you. Glad you made it home okay!

Terri said...

All your tea prints are lovely. What a great idea to get a writing prompt from the pictures.
Thank you so much for sharing and I hope you find some peace and rest soon.

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

What lovely tea prints you have!! They add such an aire of Elegance to a room, don't they!!
Just beautiful!!
Thanks so much for stopping by!!


Nancy's Notes said...

Oh my, those are beautiful tea prints! What a clever idea to use as prompts!

Thanks for your kind visit!

Take care and have a great day!

irishoma said...

Hi Claudia,
As I sit here drinking my cup of morning tea from my glass mug with the snowy scene on it, I'm thinking about you.
Hope things settle down soon.
Donna V.

Connie Eyberg Originals said...

Thanks for sharing your prints. I shared one of my favorites as well. I hope your life gets back to normal soon so you can relax with your favorite cup of tea. Warm regards, Connie