Wednesday, June 13, 2007

This is another of my mini teapot collection.

Thanks for the positive thoughts and prayers for my friend. Today I got an email saying he felt much more positive and cheerful!

This morning was the RDA gymkhana. The Mayor and Mayoress were there and it was a great occasion. All the kids really enjoyed themselves and so did the helpers.

The kitchen improvements are progressing: the pantry cupboard has now had the door from the kitchen blocked and replaced so it leads in from the hall. The radiator is being moved on Wednesday next week. K's bunkbeds are going to a new home on Saturday. We need to get her a carpet organised yet! I'm so excited that I'm going to have more cupboard space and work surfaces :)

Had a lovely night out with CL last evening...was good to catch up on each others news.

K made sweet and sour chicken in school today and we're having it for tea - so if you don't hear from me for a few days......!!


Pat said...

That is so sweet. How large are these, Julie?

The only collection I have of nice things are Lilliput Lane cottages that Jack started me on many years ago. I haven't bought any since he died.

picperfic said...

doesn't that darling little teapot look great n the blue of your blog background? I can't wait to have my own house with my own kitchen in it again...I can feel your excitement! M made a strawberry, rhubarb and apple crumble at school last week, she used flour from a mill we visited the other weekend. She has had to make another one just for her big brother using just strawberries and apple in the base...such talent! Yum to sweet and sour mmm

RUTH said...

Glad you've heard from your friend and things are sounding better. Sweet little teapot. I'm sure you'll have no ill effects from the sweet and sour chicken...I hope!

Faye Pekas said...

I love the teapot. My mom used to collect them but not mini ones.

Anna said...

Love the makes me want to go and watch Peter Pan. :) Lovely colors too!

Akelamalu said...

Heeelllloooo, is there anyone there (after the sweet and sour chicken) ?

Love the teapot!. :)

JAM said...

I like the tea pot. It's very intricate. I love your ability to perfectly photograph such items. You'll have to talk about your setup and give us a "how to" one day on your blog.