It's been years since my mother passed on, but there isn't a day that I don't think of her. I have her bible, she read and studied it often. I found this vintage valentine in it. It was given to her by a friend before she was married to my father in 1940. The signature was written in pencil and faded so I couldn't make out who it was
This Saturday I am having my three girls and two granddaughters for a Valentine Tea. Today I was trying out a few things to see if I wanted to use them in my menu. I think they turned out
"Teach your children to choose the right path,and when they are older, they will remain upon it". Proverbs 22:6
I'm sure this verse isn't talking about Tea but I'd like to think it's a way of teaching them the importance of finding time for each other.
I had to try them out! I bought the large camp size marshmallows and melted white and milk chocolate. I dipped them in the white chocolate first and let them harden and then drizzled the chocolate over them. I put sprinkles on some and candy hearts.
Even tho the weather temperature is near 70, it is still a good day for a cup of Tea.
" Thank God for Tea! What would the world do without Tea?
How did it exist? I am glad I was not born before Tea". ..Rev. Sidney Smith.
Wishing you a Blessed Day,http://sandimyyellowdoor.blogspot.com/2014/02/chocolate-and-hearts-for-tea-time.html