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Tuesday, 21 June 2016

Afternoon tea


I realy started off this journal page with
 in mind , where Mary is hosting  the current theme of ....Maps.

It seemed to take a life of its own with the lady propping up the post box ,
she was ready to take  her afternoon tea.
The pair on the telegraph pole stand no chance of being served a cuppa up there.

This brings me to   T   stands for Tuesday over at
 Here is my photo for today to tempt you all with,,,


a very English Afternoon tea.
My OH and I went in to have a sandwich and ended up ordering this tasty stack of delights.
Yes, some sandwiches, currant scones with butter, strawberry jam and clotted cream.
Last but not lease some delicious looking cakes.
Now the cakes proved a step to far, but hey,  they  weren't left behind.


Carefully wrapped in a napkin, we took them home to eat  with a cup of Chai
later that evening.

Thank you for visiting with me today, I have enjoyed your company.

Images in the journal page
from internet searches
and Mischief Circus kits.

24 comments:

  1. What a fun page the pair on the Pole made me laugh this morning
    Gr miranda

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  2. Love your fun page, what a glorious combination. I haven't had breakfast, so your stack of food looks very tempting. Great journal page, and thanks for joining us at AJJ with this patriotic page, happy T Day, hugs, Valerie

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  3. The tea room in my town closed shortly after I visited. Although I had tea there, they didn't serve high (afternoon) tea there. You could order a piece of pie or cake, but no sandwiches, scones, or other pastries. I envy you this trip out to a real afternoon tea with your loved one. What a great time. And to think, it was not only enough for two, but enough for another meal. I adore those mugs you served the chai in, too.

    Thanks for sharing this very British afternoon at tea with us for T this Tuesday. And of course, those poor ladies on the telegraph pole don't know what they're missing!

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  4. i totally love your afternoon tea Collage! happy t-day!

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  5. What a yummy looking lunch!! Fun page too, love the two on top of the pole!!

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  6. This is really an eye catching page. Perfect for T day. I like the partial flag and that lady looks like she definitely wants her tea. Your tea cakes look yummy too, glad you could bring them home for another day. Enjoy your day and hope you get a little sunshine and summer now that its here! Hugs-Erika

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  7. A fab page, love the 'England map' with that elegant lady.
    Your afternoon tea looks very tempting and so pleased you didn't leave anything behind!
    Avril xx

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  8. A very British journal page! I like the look of that lady (suffragette?)
    And a yummy looking high tea! Wow! It's a while since I had one of those. Just one scone and clotted crem would suffice for me, but you had all those biscuits to take home (I'm surprised they didn't provide you with a box or something). I spotted my favorite chai in the pink barrel. Whenever we go to UK I buy one as I love that particular instant chai.
    It is 13:30 here and we are off to have lunch in a restaurant. Your page certainly has made my tummy rumble!
    Happy T-Day,
    Blessings,
    Lisca

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  9. Love your veddy English post today! The collage is fabulous and an afternoon tea like yours sounds like a wonderful treat. Happy T day!

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  10. Great idea to continue your tea party at home at another time Yvonne.
    Gorgeous treats that make my mouth water.
    Your wonderfully English collage is just perfect.
    I have been reading a bit about the upcoming vote in the UK and feel for everyone.
    Seems the world is very unsettled and turbulent on so many fronts.
    Happy T Day oxo

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  11. What a treat! For the eye _and_ for the taste buds :) Happy T Tuesday!

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  12. L♥ve your tea lady...so elegant is she, with quirky comrades! you are indeed tempting me with those scones, they look so yummy! happy T day!

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  13. I do love that page and the ladies at top of the poll look like they may have already had too much tea :) Happy T Day!!!

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  14. I love your super elegant tea Lady page Yvonne - and I really wants to have such an afternoon day with you!
    oxo Susi

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  15. Afternoon tea, yummy! It's great you got to enjoy those little cakes later in the day too. Lovely journal page, Happy T day! :-)

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  16. Terrific page with a great theme. The tea looks terrific. I have often thought of having one they always look so tempting

    Love Chrissie xx

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  17. Fabulous page Yvonne - love the grungy background.
    Your afternoon tea looked scrumptious - so much that I'm off to put the kettle on now :)
    Gill xx

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  18. Fantastic page, love the union jack map of the UK.

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  19. Fabulous page with a elegeant lady, and so fun those ladies on the telegraph pole.
    These biscuits looks delicious!
    Mar xx

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  20. How very elegant and upright she is - the very model of a well brought up young English lady!
    Alison x

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  21. What a great art page, I really like those old red letter boxes. Looks like you had a feast in the afternoon. The delights are displayed in such a pretty fashion on that tiered dish.

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  22. Fabulous page and your afternoon tea looks yummy…and very large..no wonder you took some home..we often do if we have a 'proper' tea out! Hugs, Chrisx

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  23. Wonderful map art page! Love the narrative quality it contains!

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  24. Gorrgeous page, mmy friend!

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