Rednesday



Hooray! Today is Rednesday over at, "It's a Very Cherry World"!

It was a snowy day here in SE Michigan. After doing some running around and not getting home until after the sun set (which makes it so much colder even though the 'sun' wasn't shining today), I was chilled to the bone. My feet were cold and wet and I just wanted to snuggle in a quilt and hunker down for the rest of the evening.

So, first I grabbed my favorite pair of PJ's and got comfy!



Next a pot of tea and a treat was called for!



Hum , think I will try one of the new teas Troy got me for Christmas.



Add a couple of chocolate chip scones..YUM!



The teacup and saucer are Bone China D671 Queen Anne made in England. I have had this set forever! I can not find any info on it including Replacements LTD.



Just some extra pictures. Everyone have a wonderful Wednesday!











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15 comments :

  1. Oh that all just looks so cozy! Love your jammies, and those scones look so yummy. I've never ever had a scone, can you believe it?! Lovely cup and saucer too!
    Happy REDnesday!
    Carol

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  2. Wow, I don't even like tea, and your pictures make it look so good it even tempts my tummy.

    Maybe I should have you take all my pictures from now on.

    :-)

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  3. Splendiferous pair of RED PJ's you have there Diann...what a wonderful way to spend a REDnesday!
    Thanks for popping by to see Richard! Isn't he gorgeous?
    Warmest hugs,
    Sandi @ Bearly Sane

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  4. Oh my! Scones AND beautiful china-one of my very favorite combinations. Lovely!
    xoxo Pattie

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  5. Looks like a great evening !I love all your comfy & lovely reds!
    Blessings,
    ~Myrna

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  6. Oh, Diann! At 8:45 a.m. I want to put my jammies back on and curl up with some scones myself!

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  7. I was intrigued by your lovely cup and saucer so I did a little digging and found that it comes from a company called Ridgway Potteries Ltd. They manufactured their Queen Anne china during the 1950's and 60's. Apparently the Queen Anne series was all floral motifs like your rose pattern. Here is a link that might be useful which shows the various makers marks and if you scroll down I think you'll see the mark you have on your set.

    http://antiques2jewelry.com/china_marks.htm

    I love all of your red and I love a good mystery! Hope this helps!

    And thanks for stopping by my blog today!

    Kat :)

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  8. Loved ALL the pics. How fun and warm and relaxing it all looks. I am loving the pj's. And wondering how that tea was??? WE are trying all kinds of new teas here. Thanks for sharing all your reds! (My hubby is from Michigan..I converted him....I think....lol)

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  9. perfect warming company. TFS, you reminded me of the nightgown that I just sent to my Grandma in Bixby, OK. She's been sick and I sent her a warm flannel scottie dog floor length nighty that was at Wal-Mart for $5!

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  10. Lovely teacup. I love to do things like this for me, makes it special. My fav has to be those PJ's so cute and cuddly!

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  11. Hi Diann! Well, I guess in Michigan, you might get a little more snow and colder temps than even I do, here in NY!! LOVE those cute red pajamas with the scotty dog!!! They are the CUTEST! Happy Rednesday, and it's nice to meet you! ~tina

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  12. What a warm and cozy post, Diann. Your pj's are the cutest! Love the teacup!

    Thanks for sharing!

    Tina

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  13. Love your jammies! The sconces look pretty great too! Warmed me up just looking at this post. laurie

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  14. Love your pics! You should join Silk Purse's Tea parties. You can find her at http://theplumedpen.blogspot com.

    Come visit me sometime, too at
    Food as Art or Beyond the Garden Gate

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