Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Hidden 'Tea'-light

Once again, the snows have hit central PA and have blanketed the region with a layer of soft fluffy snow.Our dear friend Sharon of Waynesboro, PA, shared these wintry photos, taken in her backyard. The top photo is labeled, now you see it now you don't. After vigorously shaking the snow laden holly tree, causing the snow to fall to the ground and pulling back a branch or two, her second photo reveals this secret tea room nook. When the weather is nicer, Sharon enjoys taking tea under the holly tree and describes it as being a truly magical feeling. But today, we'll enjoy a steaming pot of black tea and perhaps some toasty crumpets inside as Sharon labels this picture tea room closed due to snow. Sharon, thanks for sharing this little corner of your yard with our readers. Sharon says: I just can't wait for Spring, I bet you can't either.

4 comments:

lemonverbenalady said...

Glad to be a part of the snow club! Enjoy that tea!

Marilyn said...

I love the bottom picture. Yes, I can only imagine how those in snowy areas would be wishing for spring. No snow here right now, maybe later tonight; but I am wishing too.

Comfrey Cottages said...

Just magical!!! xx I can imagine a little tea party there in nice weather:)

Angela McRae said...

How utterly charming! Love the idea of a secret tea room!