Mullberry Whine

poured out before bed

Favorite Two Elephants in the Room

…tea, madam? (White Ceramic Teapot, available here)…

While The King of the Whines is pleasantly trumpeting a soft warm light, this little guy – the second of Thimbleberry’s Babar inspired birthday gifts – serves up the best tea I’ve ever had.  I love tea.  But I LOVE elephant-trunk-poured tea.   There’s something about using kitchen implements that feel just a bit more like toys that makes food preparation all the more joyous.  (Not as joyous as when Mr. Whine does the dishes, but then we can’t have everything).  Just now I fancy me a spot of such joyous tea – and I do think  it will go wonderfully with a crumb of sister cell-phone chat.  Please excuse me as I enjoy the trappings of dear, thoughtful Thimbleberry

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6 comments on “Favorite Two Elephants in the Room

  1. Pingback: Favorite Elephant in the Room « Mullberry Whine

  2. Thimbleberry
    September 29, 2012

    Glad you enjoy the tea pot 🙂

  3. kindredspirit23
    October 3, 2012

    A tea and conversation – a good combination.
    Scott

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