Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Turquoise Tuesday # 2 & Mothers Day!

Isn't it wonderful that Mothers Day 
(here in Canada this coming Sunday)
And the Blooming of 
Lily Of The Valleys
Happen so close together!

 I am sure I showed this TeaCup last year, 
but it deserves another mention!

I should have never sold this TeaCup!
But I am sure it is in a good home!

Do you ever have regrets in not keeping something?


Sherri B. said...

What a special teacup..I can imagine that you do regret letting it go, but I know whoever has it, is enjoying as much as you would. (that's what I always tell myself).

I do have a regret of letting something go..Years ago, I gave a precious vintage creamer, made in England, that I treasured to a friend, because I thought she would consider it a very special gift. Let's just say, that sometimes treasures to you are not so deeply felt to someone else.

Happy Mother's Day to you my friend. xxoo

Linda Primmer said...

Very special indeed. I am sure it has a great new home. I think we all at sometime or another regret letting something go. Love Lily of the Valley. It's very special it is blooming around Mother's day.
Thank you for stopping by and leaving your sweet comment. I am a fighter.....Hugs, Linda

Victorian1885 said...

What a beautiful teal teacup! We were just in Victoria for a vacation and I am envious of you living in BC. We finally are getting 28degrees in Saskatchewan these past two days. Take care.


June said...

I do have a few Colleen. I remember when my daughter had her store and I sold some things in it. I had a couple of great furniture pieces that I should have kept but they are long gone now.I do love that sweet cup of yours (or should I say, some other very lucky lady).
If I don't talk to you before---I want to wish you a Happy Mother's Day!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

This is my absolute favorite color.....ahhhhh....that tea cup is LOVELY!

Thank you so much for coming by to visit! Wishing you a beautiful Mother's Day my dear! Anita

lisaroyhandbags said...

So pretty! I have quite a few of my grandmother's pretty teacups and I'm so glad I haven't parted with them - though the thought had crossed my mind years ago.

Anonymous said...

Lilly of the Valley is one of my favorite flowers but i do not plant it at home because it is poisonous for dogs, and mine is a bit curious at times! :)

Jan Halvarson said...

so pretty!

Burlap Luxe said...

so beautiful girl, love your romantic cottage side of your design style, you make me want to buy floral pillows for the sofa and set out a setting for a tea party.
you inspire the best.

Thank you dear friend for taking the time to visit and give me some cheer in your comments.

Cheers to you my sweet friend.
keep inspiring your beauty.


Lynda @ Happenstance Home said...

That is a beautiful teacup. Such pretty colors and sentiment. Hope you had a Happy Mother's Day.

Lori E said...

You just reminded me to check my back yard for some scented flowers. I forget they are out there.
I have given away one of my Santas but I didn't remember doing it until this year when it was missing from my collection. Many days of stewing over this and finally it came to me that I gave it to my nephew's wife last year. Doh!!!

MarieJanelle said...

I totally have regrets on previously sold items. I know the feeling all too well. I love that teacup, it's so sweet!
I hope you had a lovely Mother's Day!

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