Old Sweetwater

Old Sweetwater

Sunday, January 10, 2010

T is for....

  • T is for....table (the Louis XV tables I inherited from my mom)
  • T is for toast holder (this antique silver one is delightful).
  • T is for tea (in the winter I like "Constant Comment" with sugar and cream).
  • T is tam (these are cashmere and available hereThis Sunday, what are some other things that you can think with that begin with "T?"











22 comments:

I Purr-Furr to Craft said...

T is for time, T is for treat, and T is for thought.
Loved yours today, finally, T is for Thanks.

katie said...

T is for tightwad. That is the next town west of me.
Love the silver toast holder.
We have a rug hooker that comes to the shop that is originally from Boston, she wears tams alot. No necessarily plaid one but she looks so good in them.
katie

The Lucy and Dick Show said...

T is for today. The only day to live for!

Kelli said...

Constant Comment is my FAVORITE! :) My uncle used to drink it all the time and let me try it when I was about 11 or 12 years old. I've been addicted ever since. I like mine with just one teaspoon of sugar. :)
My favorite 'T' thing is Tucker, my 7 year old sweetie. :) You can see him here: http://kellisblessings.blogspot.com/2009/11/what-makes-me-tick.html

Olivia and Me said...

What a nice collection of "T"s there my dear.. just lovely.

I do so enjoy that steaming cup of tea.. like you've made a cup of fresh tea just for me.

Lovely Louie tables my dear and it's a blessing to inherit items from our loved ones.

with love and wishing you a blessed Sunday

~Oli

Stephanie @ La Dolce Vita said...

What a fun post! Those tables and toast holder are beautiful! Happy Sunday!

Lorilee said...

Hmm, I have not heard of "constant comment" tea. I shall have to look it up. I adore that silver toast holder. T is for the "Trailblazer" that I drive.
Blessings,
Lorilee

Technodoll said...

mmm I love toasts, tea and triscuits :-D

Those tables are GORGEOUS, you are so lucky! :)

abigail said...

I so want a toast holder!

Sarah said...

T is for taking time to stop and smell the flowers.
T is for trips to the places I adore.
T is for tables set with beautiful dishes and delicious food.
Oh, I could go on and on. Wonderful idea for a post. I've been thinking of doing something similar, as I'm a collector of Alphabet books.
Thanks for sharing. Have a Happy Sunday! ~ Sarah

devonaz said...

T is for Toasty that is what I will be doing today as it is so cold outside,,

Oklahoma Granny said...

Thermal underwear - it's still cold here.

Rita said...

T is for tent, which reminds me of the wonderful camping trips we made when our children were young. What great times we had. Your beautiful tables are a treasure that you will cherish since they were passed down! Enjoy them! I have my husband's grandmother's library table and china hutch.

Marla said...

Temperature ~ We finally got out of the single digits today! Yeah!!

Tea ~ Red Zinger is still on the menu all day today.

Tacos ~ I think I will make a bloody mess in my kitchen and make these for dinner.

Tranquility ~ Thank you, Jesus, for You are the only One that gives me this in fullness.

Keetha Broyles said...

Those tables are awesome, please don't tell me you're going to PAINT them.

And the toast holder!!!! That's the stuff dreams are made of.

Janean said...

Keetha, no I won't paint these treasures. They're worth too much. Get outta my head though, woman!! LOL.

Lynn said...

Janean,
The tables are stunning. What an inheritance.
T is for my precious hubby Terry and T is for Treasure. I treasure you and all my new blog friends.
Have a beautiful day.
Lynn

Just Breathe said...

Lovely tables. The toast holder is beautiful. I like to butter my toast when it's warm, never could see the need for a holder. I am a Constant Comment drinker, it's my favorite tea.

Ginny Marie said...

One of my mother's favorite teas was Constant Comment, and I love it, too!

T is for toddler, one who is sleeping soundly in her crib right now.

Lily Robinson said...

T is for being Thankful for friends like you!

Blessedmom's Simple Home said...

My first thought was "toys" constantly having to be picked up in my house :-) I love tea though.
Blessings,
Marcia

The Gough Inn said...

I want a toaster holder like that -- I'll have to keep my eye open for one -- as for t's -- would table ne one I lobe tables all sizes and styles and 0 shapes too !