My goal is to host at least one person a week for tea...small groups allow for social distancing. Distance is "mostly maintained"...Hmm that famous line from Princess Bride leaps to mind..."Mostly dead is not the same as all dead." ::snort:: OK - except for the photo and maybe one brief hug, social distancing is maintained. I am clear to let people know there are no hard feelings if they are uncomfortable meeting in person, and we CAN wear masks if they'd like...with all disclaimers in place...
Today, BRENDA joined me in the nook, the sanctuary. Again, like a broken record, it's been a year since Brenda was here at the house. To sit, reminisce, collect our thoughts for now - is good. God has blessed me with so many dear friends and rich relationships in this season.
I'm loving Mom G's "Hutch." I'd never considered the need for a "tea hutch" but it is great! The front pulls down to make a little table, and closes to hide tea "stuff". Today featured fruit, peanut butter (for the apples), chicken salad, milano cookies and someone to share it all...a small slice of contentment on this bright winter day.
|Sugar free syrups - I KNOW what you say|
about sugar subs - works for me. ::wink::
|Love this little sign - looking for one for each season. LOL|
I am enjoying my weekly "breathers." I'm thankful for women willing to drive out to sit with me. Summer, with non-stop work and activity will be here soon enough. I'm content to savor the last bit of winter - as long as I stay away from spring social media. We plan to share our home with other families at least once a month.