As I do every year, I look back on the best T posts of the year.
In January, I spent time with Wendy when I brought out a Wendy sized tea set.
In February, Sally and I went to a shop that sold cakes, cookies, and scones. We each got a half dozen cup cakes because we had a coupon for buy 1/2 dozen, get 1/2 dozen free.
I spent St. Patrick's Day enjoying some lovely tea my friend Julia sent me from Great Britain.
I recycle every April leading up to Earth Day, so this is a T post where I made the cup from half a plastic Easter egg and two buttons.
I celebrated Cinco De Mayo by creating this spread I shared over T(ea).
It seems to me that I went out to eat more over the summer months. This is one place I went in June.
It was party time for T, although both Squiggles and Bleubeard refused to wear party hats. T Stands For Tuesday turned two in late July.
A few of us swapped ATCs and had fun doing it, too.
Although the heat was steamy outside, it was cool inside. Even the cup and altered book are black and white, giving the appearance of much cooler times and temperatures.
Every September these wild sunflowers bloom. Not the normal ones most people are used to, but they please me every year. So you know I'm going to share them with my T group.
Just days after the horrendous attack on Paris, I created this tag and T post showing my support for everyone in Paris and France in general.
As with every year, I bring out the dishes my grandmother collected. She somehow collected a set of 12 plates, cups, saucers, two different sized bowls, and 24 bread/salad/serving plates, as well as a compliment of serving pieces, two creamers and a sugar bowl. My grandparents got these through their grocery store, where certain pieces were offered each week. I have no idea how many groceries they had to buy to qualify for the individual pieces, but I'm glad they did, because these dishes, used only between Thanksgiving and Christmas each year, have so many wonderful and special memories for me.
Now it's your turn to share your T post. Whether you are reminiscing or sharing something new, it makes no difference as long as it's drink related. Whether you choose to share it with art, sketches, scrapbook pages, postcards, stamps, movie or book reviews, paintings, photos, or a day out and about, please link your post below so Bleubeard, the T gang, and I can visit. It's obvious your T photos don't have to be taken on Tuesday, or even this month, for that matter.
Please don't forget to rummage through your previous posts for Second on the 2nd, which turns ONE in January. Hope you make it a habit to join each month on the 2nd, too.