The touch of fall is arriving here in Chesapeake Beach Maryland. There is a chill in the night air with sunny low humidity days. It's the time of year that windows can be open to let in the fresh breeze. A nice light blanket on the bed to snuggle and keep you warm. It welcomes tea lovers with open arms.
Fall is my favorite time of year. The leaves are transforming into vibrant orange, red and yellow colors. I am typically not a spice flavored tea girl, but Fall changes all that and I become an Apricot Spice Tea lover, a Chesapeake Sky Tea lover, Pumpkin Spice Bubble Tea lover and even a Chai lover (hot or cold).
Fall just gives me the warm and fuzzies. How about you? Are you a Fall lover? What is your favorite Fall tea?
Hi Everyone. Thank you for joining in on Butterflies and Wishes first blog post and sharing your passion for tea. There is so much to learn and enjoy about tea, but first thing I would like to ask “what does tea mean to you”? What is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the word tea? Could it possibly be any of the following?
When I think of tea, I think of cherished childhood memories with my Mom. As far back as I can remember, we would have morning tea with toast, even in the afternoon...it really didn’t matter what time of the day it was. When I needed cheering up, we had tea. When I was feeling ill, a hot cup of tea soothed my tummy. I also think of attending our churches annual Mother/Daughter Banquet and Tea. My Mom, both Grandmothers, Aunts and sister all attended. It was such a memorable time wearing identical Mother and Daughter outfits and modeling them in the tea service fashion show. It was one of the most cherished times I spent with the ladies of the Witt and Walker families. When I think about those time, it brings me a feeling of great warmth, a sense of safety and security and a time of innocence.