The First Post: Tea in England

Welcome to Tea in England! The first post on a new blog is a bit daunting to write!  The About pages here should cover everything you need to know about me and this blog, so I suppose now it’s just a matter of plunging in and starting to write about my two favourite subjects: tea, and England.

In the meantime, grab a cup of tea and have a look around.  I Facebook, I Tweet, and I Pin and invite you to join me there. I also extend to you a warm invitation to subscribe to Tea in England by email or RSS.

If it has anything to do with tea or a tea connection to a person, place or thing in England, then this is the place to be, so please get in touch with me if you have any personal Tea in England recommendations.

Thanks, and I’m really looking forward to getting to know you!

 

The image is “Gravitea for Two“. I especially love the hot air balloons, which remind me of the one in my banner.



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Comments

  1. Denise, congratulations on the “birth”! I’m adding your URL to my Sites I Visit page right now! Will come back later to read more, but must do that whilst I’m thinking of it.

  2. Happy First Post for the new blog, oh Cousin of mine! Congrats, Good luck and have fun!

    • Thank you Christy! I’m counting on you to share my url with everyone else in the family who are internet addicts. Oh. Wait. That would just be you and me wouldn’t it? xxx

  3. Clairellen says:

    What a pretty blog you have! So enjoyable already! Thanks for inviting us.

  4. What fun it will be to read your adventures, etc. I’m so dearly in love with England (no surprise there) – did you know I was there with my kids earlier this year? They took me to London and Paris as a birthday present. So now I can join in reliving my times there and learning about new places to go (or buy British souveniers). So glad you are happy and all is well.

    • Hi Judi, Lovely to see you here. Yes, I think I did know about your trip. What a fantastic birthday gift. Yes, all is well here. Living the life!

  5. I’m so happy to have found your darling blog, Denise. I DO so love the cute banner. Nice work, Emma! Will be sure to share your website with everyone I know who loves tea, England and sweetness! And, I’m looking forward to an education about tea! Had my first tea and scones with clotted cream in Bibury in 2010 when we visited England! Will be happy to learn from an expert!!

    • Dear Karen, Welcome to Tea in England! Your enthusiasm is refreshing! Thank you for such nice words. Lucky you to have visited Bibury …. I haven’t made it up there yet. Hope you will be able to return to England soon. x

      • Karen Peterson says:

        Wow! Hard to believe 4 years have passed since your first post! Time surely DOES fly! Have enjoyed everything you post and have gained a wealth of knowledge! ♡♡♡

  6. Thank you, Denise. I’ll definitely be following you, and including anything that catches my attention for our hopeful trip across the pond next year.
    Val

  7. Hey Chick love your site! lLook forward to a Walk thro your eyes!!!

    • Hey Gwen, Thank you! I hope you’ll enjoy the vicarious experiences. I’ll have you talking with an English accent before it’s all over. LOL x

  8. Many congrats on the new blog – looks great! Look forward to reading your updates!

  9. How wonderful! This looks like a lovely little blog, and I can’t wait to see more from you 🙂

    Cheers!

  10. So glad you are blogging again. I have been off the radar lately trying to write. I will bookmark you now so I can follow along.

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