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Tea Time Magazine

I just picked up a copy of the March/April issue of Tea Time Magazine. And some things looked very familiar to me.

For example, the white rabbit in this photo. (You can click to enlarge any of the photos).

Did he escape from my kitchen and end up in Franklin, Tennessee? Oh phew, he's still there. I guess he just has a twin.

And the tea towel on the left. Curiously looks like one I have in my kitchen. It's just hanging around waiting to be made into curtains.

False alarm again. Mine is right here on the little butcher block cart. Safe and sound. It didn't run away either.

I have come to the conclusion that Tea Time Magazine should hire me. Don't you think?


salmagundi said…
They really should hire you, as you have great tea parties! Hope the weather is comfortable for you. We had several inches of snow yesterday, but the sun is shining in beautiful Colorado today. Take care, Sally
Haha, what a strange coincidence!
Julie@beingRUBY said…
Yes.. I think so too!!! Mr Rabbit sure gets around!! Maybe he's trying to induce spring fever ... xx Julie
I agree where do we write with out suggestion? Hope you are having a great weekend. Blessings, Martha
Lady Katherine said…
Wow! You do have it all! I love the Mr. Rabbit, sure wish he would stop by my house and stay! lol
violetlady said…
Yes, I agree - they need to hire you.
Joanne said…
haha that is so cool! They should definitely hire you since you already own all the things they want to feature!
Beach Vintage said…
Yes, you can see trends before they begin! Thanks so much for dropping by Beach Vintage.

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