Bumble Bee Teapot
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This beautiful teapot would make the perfect addition to your collection. The tea pot features a split color teapot, the bottom half is light blue, the top is yellow, and the handle is black. In the middle of the body of the teapot, there are two beautifully hand painted flowers with a bumble bee as well as other swirl style abstract designs. Large handle and spout make for easy pouring and use. This tea pot would make a wonderful addition to your kitchen for year round use and this also makes the perfect gift.
6"W x 8"H with a 48 ounce (6 cup) capacity
Serve up your favorite tea with our lovely Queen Bee tea set! Features a tea set that includes one teapot with a queen bee floral design; Tea pot stacks on top of a tea cup with a bee icon in the inside - Measures 6.75"L x 4.5"H. Made of stoneware. This charming design makes this tea set a great morning must-have!
Something was dropped into Messr's Cook and Moore teapot - resulting in this amazingly trippy slice of psych satire.
Thank you to Rachael Ritchey for again inspiring me to write SOMETHING, as I am lost somewhere,on my writing path at the moment and seem to be busy pulling far away from words. Granny’s Current Buns. Primrose’s knarred hands kneaded the elastic dough and her mind wandered off to days long ago. It took her to those halcyon days when the sun shone longer than she was allowed to stay up. This was when she first learnt the art of baking. Her father, and his father, had owned a bakery, tucked neatly onto the side of a country road. The sweet scent of baking bread was the smell of her childhood and the early mornings meant her father in later years, slept in the afternoons, in the chair by the back door with his empty pipe and a daily newspaper across his lap. Her mother would check him regularly, in between her chores and with a finger to her lips in front of a loving smile, gently warn her not to wake him. Her busy hands continued to wash and tidy as she stole adoring glances at her weary husband. That was an image of true love, the look on her mother’s face when she looked at her father. A bumble-bee flew in through the cottage window and cheerfully buzzed towards the jug of flowers picked from the garden. She watched it settle as her hands still worked the dough. The current buns were Poppy’s favourite and she would be visiting in a few hours. How lovely to think her family still carried on the tradition of naming the girls after flowers. Her mother was Violet, her daughter Lilly and now there was Poppy. Poppy was training to be a chef and Primrose loved her visits on her way home from work, dressed in her whites. Pride would prick at her eyes each time, “Let me look at you Poppy, don’t you look fine. ” she would say as Poppy indulged her Gran with a twirl and a curtsey. It was Granny who first taught Poppy how to bake, who ignited the spark of the kitchen within her heart. Poppy was proud of her family heritage. She would have them freshly baked for Poppy’s arrival, along with a pot of tea. She wiped her stiff hands on her floral ‘pinny’ and sunk onto her rocking chair. Both stood by the back door and when the applause finished they walked towards her, their hands firmly entwined and faces alight with happiness. When Poppy arrived to see Granny, she came through the back door, but instead of her usual fussy greeting, was surprised to see her sleeping in the chair. The familiar waft of currant buns tickled her nose and she filled the teapot with boiling water from the kettle on the stove before gently kissing Granny’s weary hands, with fondness. Tears clouded her eyes as she looked upon her slumbering Granny, as her mind chased away the reality of her frailness. When the chair began to rock, and Primrose’s eyes blinked open, her hand reached and wiped away the tears which streamed down Poppy’s cheeks. “Well I must have fallen asleep my love – Let me look at you. Oh come on now, no tears, let’s get that tea poured. Those currant buns have been baked with love just for you Poppy. ” Poppy took a tissue from her pocket and wiped her nose before pouring the tea. She took a bite out of the warm delicious bun and her mouth watered. There would never be a better tasting one than the those which Gran made her, and she relished every last crumb as though it were her last. These moments, sat in the warmth of Granny’s kitchen were also to be savoured because one day she would have to make her own currant buns, and no matter how accomplished as a chef she would become, Granny’s would always be the best. Source: sarah colliver
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