Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Let's Pretend . . .

That little lighthouse looking thing to the left is my cafe.

it's weird having everything on the left.

9 comments:

fairyhedgehog said...

It is weird having everything to the left but I love the new cafe building. We'll all get lovely views while we drink our peppermint tea (and not any kind of overpriced coffee).

freddie said...

Right! I do serve cappuccino, despite my personal aversion to it. If people want to pay for it, well, I'm not gonna stop them. : )

Peppermint tea coming up . . .

fairyhedgehog said...

Will anyone even dare order it?

BBJD said...

Hello, freddie. You had me freaked out. Wasn't sure I had come to the right place. Then I worried it had always looked like this and I only just noticed.

How high are we, anyway? (What have you been putting in the tea? [grin]) I would like a table by the window/railing, but are we in the clouds?

Orange Pekoe. Leave the pot, please. Do you use bone china, or stoneware mugs?

Robin S. said...

WOW! Great look for the blog, freddie!!

freddie said...

Will anyone even dare order it?

I'll try to keep the glares/odd looks to a minimum to keep business up.

How high are we, anyway? (What have you been putting in the tea? [grin]) I would like a table by the window/railing, but are we in the clouds?

Orange Pekoe. Leave the pot, please. Do you use bone china, or stoneware mugs?


No clouds. Fog. I don't even know what bone china is, but it sounds . . . scary. Stoneware mugs, dear.

Do you prefer loose tea or bagged? I'm a loose tea girl myself, as it has more flavor.

WOW! Great look for the blog, freddie!!

Thanks, Robin!

fairyhedgehog said...

Bone china is very fine, translucent china. It's lovely for drinking tea out of. (Notice the excellent grammar skills there!)

BBJD said...

Fog? I'm right at home. That's where I spend most of my time.

Bone China? Never been allowed near it myself. I've always used stoneware (or plastic - sigh).

Loose Tea? Great! Do you use one of those closeable spoons, or an acorn thingy on a chain? (My grandma had the acorn thingy on a chain. It was as much fun dipping the leaves as it was drinking.)

freddie said...

Do you use one of those closeable spoons, or an acorn thingy on a chain?

Believe it or not, I have an antique closable spoon. I also have a teapot with an infuser. Actually, I think it's some sort of espresso thing that I bought at a thrift store for three bucks, but I use it to make tea.

Probably this is more info than you wanted, Bevie.