“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
Oh, the rejuvenating effects of a hot cup of tea and excellent company! … More Time Out for a Special Tea Party
Tea is essential in Emilie Loring’s world, and her ladies often had tea “at the Mayflower.” … More Guest Post: Tea at the Mayflower
Welcome to our annual, Emilie Loring tea! Check back often for new photos and stories! … More Welcome to our Emilie Loring tea! Do come in!
Inspect your tea cups — and friendships — for cracks! … More Emilie’s Tea-time Etiquette
“I was brought up in a family which had to have its afternoon tea though the heavens fell.” There Is Always Love Emilie Loring’s five-times-great-grandfather, Richard Baker, arrived in Boston aboard the ship “Bachelor” in 1635. He was from Kent, where tea was a principal import but so expensive that nearly two-thirds of the local … More Tea, Though the Heavens Fell