Little Blue came to me just in time to take an adventure
to the NW Tea Festival.
Greetings from Seattle on a sunny, brisk morning.
This little teapot had a lot of visiting to do.
First stop was Lorna Reeves, the editor of Tea Time Magazine.
She asked me to send a link to our blog, which I will do when I return home.
Oh the Tea and Savory book is totally wonderful.
She said she was inspired to do the book last year at the NW Tea Festival.
Of course Little Blue had to say hello to ATAA members,
Stephanie and Mara. Mara was happy once again to say hello to this little sweetie.
Amy Lawrence of Afternoon to Remember
is a vendor here and sends her regards to the group.
Don't you just love the way she ended up with a teapot on her head?
B. Fuller's Mortal and Pestle was a vendor
and more than happy to pose with Little Blue.
Don't you think he was the perfect one to hold this teapot?
Colleen, another ATAA member, says hello.
She is here helping her friend Roberta with her booth.
And of course, Little Blue had to say hello to James Norwood Pratt and his
lovely wife Valerie. Several standing around were fascinated by this
little teapot's adventures.
Greetings from the NW Tea Festival.
Wishing all of you could be here with Little Blue!