Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Tea cup Tuesday for St. Patrick's Day

Today's post is just selections from this site 
We are going to have a really big Soba-Noodle guests on coming Sunday 
and may not be able to post for the day.  
So let me send you all an early wish for "Happy  St, Patric's Day!"   
"Wishing you all Good Luck and have a lovely rest of the week"





Have a sweet week,  and thank you for stopping by,
         Love you always, xoxo       Miyako*

         Linked…Tea Cup Tuesday at Artful Affirmations Martha's Favorites 

14 comments:

Thisisme. said...

Hi dear Miyako. What lovely images you have found for us today in honour of St Patrick's Day. You will obviously be very busy on Sunday - good luck with it all!! I hope that spring is gradually appearing in Japan, as it is over here in England. Lovely to see all the blossom again. Hugs.

Rhonda said...

Pretty little green clovers...tis the luck of an Irishman! St Patrick intro'd Christianity in Ireland...Thank you for your sweet wishes of a Happy St Patrick's Day...

artistamyjo said...

What a lovely collection .
Happy St. Patrick's Day to you and hubby.
Hope you have wonderful visit with friends and those soba noodles.
Sounds fun .
Hugs

Lorraine said...

Hello sweetheart!
You have a nice week !!
Love,
Lorraine

Shelly said...

I love your green, lovely pictures, my dear friend! I have Irish in me, so I always enjoy a beautiful green. Have a wonderful time with your friends and a Happy Saint Patrick's Day to you, too!

Ellie said...

Hi Miyako, what lovely images you have got there.
Happy St. Patrick's day to you too.
Enjoy your visitors when they come.

maddyrose said...

Dearest Miyako,
What a lovely post. The images you've selected are so pretty and look very Irish. It sounds like you have a busy weekend coming so please enjoy. Happy St. Patrick's Day to you.
Love from your friend,
Maddy

**CREATIVE CARMELINA** said...

HAPPY TEA CUP TUESDAY!

I'm just making my rounds...visiting everyone on the linky list....I think I'm #21 on the list...but it's not showing up yet!

Thanks for sharing your precious tea with me today.
Hope you'll stop by to read my nostalgic post about my love of collecting and using tea cups!




ciao bella

Creative Carmelina

Belle said...

What beautiful photos! The china pieces are so delicate. The cookies look delicious! Happy St.Patrick's Day to you also and I hope you have lots of fun on Sunday, sweet friend.

Terri said...

Oh my! So gorgeous! I love your Irish china very much. The tea cup and saucer is a lovely style and pattern.
Hugs,
Terri

Ann said...

and a Happy St. Patty's Day to you!!
May the Luck 'O the Irish be with you!
such lovely Irish China!!!
Enjoy your friends..sounds so fun!!

Mariettes Back to Basics said...

Dearest Miyako,

Lovely post! We did have a wonderful Irish evening yesterday in our theater. Also celebrating the bicentennial of Dublin, Georgia. The Irish Consul did visit and the theater was filled. We enjoyed great dancing by Irish Karl Drake and his group (they just returned from China), a great choir and symphony orchestra all playing Irish music. Your husband would have LOVED it!
Did you know that Michiko is back with her blog? Her accident was December 15 and she posted again. You can find her on my sidebar...
Love to you,

Mariette

Glenda said...

Very pretty! My grandson, the oldest of my grandchildren was born on St Patrick's Day 16 years ago - so it ranks up there as one of my most memorable holidays!

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi: I love the Belleek tea cup. I have always wanted one. Yours is so beautiful. I own the tea pot only. Thank you for sharing about this painter. I am going over to the other site now. This was a delightful visit. Blessings, Martha