Thursday, June 17, 2010

Simply Lovely

This morning I went to visit a friend.

I met her through Sheryll some time ago but this is the first time we have gotten together one-on-one.

Her place was so lovely and inviting. She served scrumptious savories.

And delicious homemade desserts. Orange and date muffins. Apple cake with fresh cream. And green tea.

We chatted for a couple of hours while Diana Krall played softly in the background. In fact, the song you hear on my blog was on the cd which was called "Quiet Nights". Love it! And she shared with me lovely linens that are handmade in her native country of India. She brings them in for sale and all monies go to charity. I plan to get some when she brings more in October as this was the last set she had.

I took her simple gifts all handmade and homemade. Not quite as lovely as the handiwork from the girls in India, but from the heart just the same. And all from recycled materials.

I also passed along one of my favorite books. If you haven't read the story of this wonderful lady, you should try and find it. A lovely little book.

And a simply lovely visit with a new friend. Wishing you all a beautiful day in your little corner of the world. Peace & blessings, Tammy


Rostrose said...

Dearest Tammy, this sounds like a wonderful meeting! Nice gifts, wonderful handiwork and so yummy delicious food!!!
Big hugs, Traude

Creative Carmelina said...

What a beautiful telling of a sweet visit!
Tammy you are refreshing!
thanks so much for your comment...
you do 'do' a lot....did i just say do do? lol

have a great thursday
ciao bella
creative carmelina

A Vintage Chic said...

Sounds like a beautiful day, Tammy! Glad you had such a lovely the music!

Hope today is just as wonderful for you!



Your get together sounds so lovely and special. Your gifts are very nice Tammy, don't compare them with others, or they loose their uniqness! Still doing the HAPPY DANCE! Starting to count the days now. :^)

Susan said...

That sounded like a great visit with a new friend, Tammy. Her treats looked sumptuous, too. Glad you had your camera with you! Take care. Susan

Diane said...

Sounds like a breath of fresh air. The linens are lovely - I love the strawberries on them. Diane

Creative Carmelina said...

yes do show your kids...maybe theyll start their own! hehee...., and I'll have to get my son's laptop back in was that he can return to regular posting! and creating!

ciao bella
creative carmelina

DeeDee said...

so nice to join a friend for a relaxing visit...I like the music that plays on your blog..sometimes I let it run inthe background.

enjoy your day Tammy

~*~ saskia ~*~ said...

Sounds and looks like a sweetest day, Tammy! Have a lovely, lovely day. xx

Debra@Common Ground said...

Gorgeous photos and delish looking treats. Your visit sounds like it was lovely. I needed to catch up, so I've enjoyed all your "re-cycling" even with chocolate kind of recycling. The pidgeon is a sweetie, even if they are a nuisance and I cannot imagine 119 degrees. wow!
take care, good to come by!

glor said...

Sounds like a treasured day. The eats look wonderful, the time spent even better. The linens are so beautiful and what sweet treasures you brought. I have to look for this book, thank you for shaing. Big hugs! Blessings.

Elyse said...

what a nice day you two had. :)


Kristin said...

That sounds like a fun day! I love spending afternoons with my girlfriends, even it all we do is just drink coffee and chat.

Vicki said...

Hello, Tammy,
I am glad you had such a wonderful visit with your dear friend. The food looks so delicious and how lovely her home is. The linens are gorgeous. I am sure she loved the sweet, heartfelt gifts you brought to her. I am not familiar with this book, but I am going to try and find it. It looks like a very inspirational read. Enjoy your weekend, dear friend~ Vicki

summersundays-jw said...

How lucky you are to have the opportunity to live with such diversity all around you (not including 119 degree temps.). Thanks for sharing. Know you're excited about your trip home. Have a safe trip. Jan

My Grama's Soul said...

What a lovely inspiring post you have shared with us today. It was truly good for my heart.

Thanks so much for visiting me and leaving such a heartfelt comment.


Elaine said...

a nice post as always ... your uncle was wondering when you would be that way so he can take vacation time.

Not much longer !!

Mary said...

Oh, that handiwork from the ladies in Inda is lovely!!

crochet lady said...

Looks like you had a precious time with your friend, thanks for giving us a peek.

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