Whew! What a busy week! I was working this week for an area school district celebrating a multi-cultural festival. I dressed in Renaissance era attire representing a village storyteller, sharing my spin on the popular folktale Stone Soup – where all the individual and unique flavors of each vegetable is broken down and stirred into one grand new creation – an enriching pot of soup!
My definition of “assimilation”.
To that end – I totally missed posting for TEATIME this week! So, here are two goodies to tide you over til next week:
1. The four new bags of leaf tea I bought at the Across the Pond teashop HERE, and all things British:
2. A tiny Pink Tea Set thrift store find:
Now! As for the rest of my pinks this week – I have to show you some of the lovelies I came across on a spring afternoon walking the trails in a local park with my dear friend Adrienne – and homeschool comrade with Constellation Academy – more on that HERE!
We spent a lovely couple of hours getting some exercise with her two little ones pedaling their hearts out – tikes on bikes with training wheels.
Camille, of course, brought along the PINK!
I loved all the pink blossoms I was finding along the way. Looking up . . .
And, looking down . . .
Even a primitive bench whose burgundy paint has faded to a lovely pinkish hue!
And – THIS!
Okay – no pink here. Just a lot of BLECH! But, fascinating, isn’t it? Just what will these creepy crawly things become when they break forth from their community cocoon?
Sounds like a great homeschool research project for later!
Sharing today with Beverly’s Pink Saturday at How Sweet the Sound!