Monday, December 19, 2011

beachcombing tea


it was a good day to get out of the house


and get some fresh air


and sunshine


December 19th ... a great beach day on Puget Sound

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how are you holding up during this busy busy time of year?
what do you do when you need to take a break?
where do you go when you have cabin fever?
happy tuesday ... I hope all is well where you are!

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p.s. please visit Bleubeard and Elizabeth... She is in the midst of computer woes and is unable to link back from a comment box :(

13 comments:

Nancy said...

Great photos, love walking on the beach/river side, water is so soothing :)
Things are getting busy :) I won't be here for tea tomorrow--running most of the day. However, I did post tonight---coffee can makeover, if anyone would like to take a look :)

Elizabeth said...

What a beautiful setting you live in! I am so glad that you share it with us as you do -- and one day, I hope to come visit.

I've finished most of my Christmas to-do list and am now just trying to enjoy the week with my children. We're baking and hanging out (in pajamas nearly all day today!).

~*~Patty S said...

aren't you lucky to be near such a beautiful spot...is that a heart rock I spy...

here is my tea for today

http://bitze.wordpress.com/2011/12/20/tea-with-glimmers-of-light/

Brightest of Blessings to All
oxo

sukipoet said...

gorgeous landscape to get out into.

i am not busy this season. just an old lady sitting around wondering how her life ended up this way.

LOL

cabin fever though, already set in and its only December. Taking a walk is good but the air is sooooo cold, but still i need to do it.

my cup of tea said...

Oh what a beautiful place to live! What a lovely walk you took!
Things are slowing down here, just waiting for the snow to fly. Come over for a tea visit.
Merry Christmas!
~donna~

Halle said...

Oh you are so lucky!! I love beach combing. Wonderful treasures!

http://halleshobbies.blogspot.com/2011/12/holly-and-ivy.html

Elizabeth said...

Elizabeth is still offline but when I spoke to her via phone on Friday she asked if I could plug her Tea Tuesday post she she had put so much work into it!!! ~Halle

http://alteredbooklover.blogspot.com/2011/12/tea-tuesday-before-christmas.html

PAK ART said...

Happy Tea Tuesday to you. I'm out of tea! But my DIL is getting me some. My chill out times are usually spent at the cabin...or sitting on the couch sipping hot cocoa.

Cynthia Eloise said...

what a great place to escape to for a few hours. i need to get on a plane every once in awhile and go some place by myself so i have absolutely no demands.

ELK said...

thank you for this gift today ..to be so close to the water ..a delight!!

Gaby Bee said...

Sending warm wishes to you and your family for a wonderful Christmas and much health and happiness for 2012.

Gaby xo

Gayle said...

Oooh this looks perfect....I could quite easily spend a day or two here. May the world be kind to you and yours and may joy and contentment be yours now and into the new year. Merry Christmas Kimmie. xx

rebeca trevino said...

i think i have been on this very beach on the sound . . . i found amazing bits of glass and pottery. i was told all of it came from cruise ships who use to dump all their trash and broken china over-board 50,60, 80 years ago . . . anyway, they are our treasures to find today.

lovely post.
happy holidays to you too!