Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Tea Talk at LadyBugs

On Sunday, I gave a tea talk at LadyBugs Gifts & Decor in my home town. I always have such a delightful time when I'm talking about tea. It's a true passion for me, and I feel so lucky to have discovered it!

Below are some pictures of the gift shop. LadyBugs has a very nice selection of teacups and other tea-themed items, at reasonable prices. The teacup selection is a blend of antiques and new pieces. I could spend an hour just looking at them, admiring each piece!

Ronda, from the gift shop, and me

The selection of tea treats

Ronda and her grandmother collected this china

The gift shop


Joyce said...

Hey Steph,
Oh it sounds as if you had a fun, fun, time. I HATE not having a tea room in our area. Ugh! I've begged my friend that used to own the neighborhood tea room to PLEASE
"do something quick." HA!
I have a few other friends that have been asking to get together and DRIVE an hour away to a Tea House in another city that we've found...it's cute and quaint from the photos. So far though. Blah.
Uou have a great spot there it seems...seems very "homey" and that part is the BEST thing...well besides the tea, the food, and the friends. HA!.....enjoy it and have a "Cuppa" for me as well.

Rosemary said...

This looks like a place I would *love* to visit! I know I would have enjoyed your program. Nancy

Arleen said...

How perfect! I love the idea of linking lady bugs to tea! I once considered naming a blog "Tea Pots and Lady Bugs." Cute, don't you think?

Linda said...

How lovely! I wish I could have been there.

Katie said...

oh, what a fun place. I love all those tea cups. thanks for the tip on the water for your tea. we have a filter and I do think it makes a difference.

sweetcakes said...

Wow! Rhonda rearranged the shop since I was there last. It looks like she found a new spot for the teapots and cups.

Angela McRae said...

Wow, sure wish I could have been there for your tea talk! That shop looks great, and I can already tell I would have shopped my heart out. And you know what else? Those are the EXACT burgundy Homer Laughlin dishes my family had when I was a little girl. What a great memory!

Alice said...

So many pretty things. I'd love to hear your talk on tea. The people there certainly must have caught your passion and enthusiasm.

Anonymous said...

I do so wish I could have been there for your tea talk. What do you say during a tea talk? I would love to know more about it.

Best to you, Stephanie!