Friday, January 7, 2011

Happy Pink Saturday ~ January 8, 2011

Two great ladies I had the pleasure of working for took me to tea to celebrate my retirement on my last of of work, December 23, 2010.
There was so much pink in this lovely tea room that I had to save the photos for a pink Saturday post.
Abigail's Tea Room is a restored Victoria house. They serve a wonderful selection of teas, soups, finger sandwiches, and yummy desserts in a relaxing atmosphere. They also have a great gift shop. Click here to visit Abigail's online. Click here to visit Beverly, our PS hostess, at "How Sweet The Sound." 







The desserts got a little messy on the trip home, I was too full to eat them at tea, aren't they so sweet?


I know it isn't pink but I just loved it...


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14 comments:

  1. Looks like a wonderful place to have tea. The desserts are so yummy. Have a wonderful Pink Saturday:)

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  2. I love going to tea rooms. In fact, every Saturday my sister and I eat at one. This looks like a great place to try.

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  3. Happy Pink Saturday Lynn Sweetie...
    What a beautiful share. I SO love this beautiful tea room that you shared.

    Congratulations on your recent retirement, what an achievement, to finally be at a place where you can take it easy, spend a day doing what you want to, and not worry.

    The door alone invites you in, and the tea cups, saucers and tea cozy, oh how delightful. Love the little sandwiches. It is a beautiful way to celebrate the end of your career. Thank you for sharing sweet friend. I have so enjoyed myself today.

    Have a gorgeous Pink Saturday. Many hugs and much love, Sherry

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  4. This looks like you had the perfect lunch. Love your teacup and saucer. Happy Pink Saturday, Char

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  5. Happy Pink Saturday and I love the teacup and saucer, and the Lamp, it is a Wow in my book, Love it! Congrats on your retirement and believe me you won't get bored as there is plenty to do with this blogging and other life daily routines, Hugs to you, Marilou

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  6. Wow, Happy Retirement. I retired in 2003 and never missed it. What a lovely time you all had.

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  7. what a great place to have tea! all so yummy and the tea setting, just lovely!.. love the teacup!

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  8. Oh wow, Linda,
    How gorgeous--What a fabulous post!!! Happy Pink Saturday!!
    XO

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  9. Hi Linda! Thank you so much for visitting me! I've just had a wonderful browse through your site. Everything is so pretty. Love the Tea Room you've just visitted.
    Happy retirement.
    Hugs
    June xx

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  10. OMGosh Lovely this tea room..there is one that opened on south shore where I live but nobody I know ...few wants to go!

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  11. My goodness...this tea room looks so lovely and just perfect!! I would love to visit a tea room like this! We don't have many here and the ones we do have certainly don't look like this! What wonderfully sweet friends you have to know exactly what you like!! Congratulations on your retirement!
    -April

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  12. How fun...good for you!

    HaPpY pInK sAtUrDaY!
    Sarah

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  13. Congratulations on your retirement, that is wonderful. Sounds like a wonderful time you girls had in a most wonderful place.
    Happy PS
    Gail

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  14. Linda, your blod is "lindo" which means "beautiful" in portuguese.
    I like everything I see here, specially this cottage feeling and borealis colors, it's so cosi.
    Thank you for having me here and for having you there, I realy appreciate it.
    See you
    x☼

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