Wednesday, 24 February 2010


After my snowdrops post my Mum sent me this victorian teacup (along with a Shepherd's Pie she had cooked). 

And I thought long and hard about digging those snowdrops up, with a little moss to cover the dirt on top.

But I resisted......and came up with this compromise.

Thanks Mum, those snowdrops and cup have truly made me smile when I most needed it today :o)


  1. I am not familiar with snow drops-aren't they so pretty! I love that gorgeous cup too.

    This is a lovely blog. I can't wait to come back again!

    Best wishes,

  2. Lovely cup from a very thoughtful mum. :)

  3. Lovely. Spring might just be, well, springing.

  4. Do hope you are OK? Just read your comment.


    If I lived closer I'd bring you food and flowers and maybe a teacup ;)

  5. Thanks all :)

    Natasha - snowdrops are *everywhere* in the UK - they are bulbs that appear for a few months in February. They take ages to get established and then they are happy and come back year after year. I reckon 80% of gardens here have them!

    FT - thank you my dear. Things are back to normal - just had one of those days!



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