Our 2021 Emilie Loring Tea comes to a close, but don’t let that stop you! Every day is an opportunity to enjoy a cup and another Emilie Loring. … More Welcome to our 2021 Emilie Loring Tea
Our Emilie Loring inspired tea is today, 4:00 p.m., your local time. Treat yourself to one of these recipes with your favorite tea. … More It’s Emilie Loring Tea Day–Join Us!
You are cordially invited to enjoy an Emilie Loring inspired tea on Saturday, June 26, 2021 at 4:00 p.m., at your location, your local time. … More Summer Reading and An Invitation to Tea
Edition 3 Emilie Loring Tea Week concludes today with submissions from “Peggy in Illinois” and from Laurie. Peggy’s Nice Tea Peggy’s tea was certainly “nice,” and it also alluded to Nice, France: rich blue, golden sunflowers, a hint of abandon, and simple style. Peggy’s placemats are souvenirs of her honeymoon in Nice. With those sorts … More Our Afternoon Tea, An Oasis
Once again, I have been traveling. It wasn’t the adventurous kind of traveling that I sometimes do, jetting off to a new town, a new cottage, a new seashore, but I traveled 1,834 miles by car, nevertheless, and there’s plenty to see and to think about on a drive like that. As the miles melted … More When Books are People and an Invitation to Tea
“The world changes. Times change. People change. Habits change…” Preface to Whispering Pines by Clara Endicott Sears With more of us staying at home instead of going to work these days, daily schedules have dissolved. We don’t have to be dressed, fed, and out by 7:00. There’s no prescribed lunch hour at work or school, … More Dragging Days? Try a “Kettle Drum”
Daffodils are in bloom and bluebirds chirp in the trees. I sat down to write a post, and this light-hearted quiz is the result. Enjoy! (Answers are at the bottom of the page.) 1. The Pulitzer Prize for an American novel was given for the first time in 1918, and Emilie Loring was nominated in … More Just for Fun, See What You Know