Wednesday, 2 September 2009

A Little Teapot

I asked for permission
to photograph the teapots

and the shop assistant
looked completely mystified

I explained that it was
my daughter's first teapot

which might not seem very important
to anyone else

but I know it is not that long ago
that she danced to this song.

16 comments:

  1. I love the one with the teapot verse on it - lovely photos as ever :o)

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  2. I see no mystery at wanting to photograph teapots - they are beautiful! I rather like the pink spots and stripes but think the one with the verse is probably my favourite. Did she pick that one?

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  3. CK came home from Bath yesterday with a story of a girl aged btn 14-17 sitting by herself enjoying a pot of tea and scone. He just could not understand it. Poor lamb.

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  4. What a wonderful display. Which one did Miss M pick?

    (And I still think of you being stopped in Avoca by the photography police!)

    K x

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  5. I have a plastic teaset she can borrow if she likes

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  6. Spotty and stripey - bliss! Surely it is not possible to choose just one of this bunch.

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  7. What's not to love about those teapots? They are gorgeous all lined up together. And I well remember my little girls singing that song!! A long time ago now. Just discovered your new blog and am so glad I have. Thank you for all you share. I am having a little giveaway over at mine at the moment so pop over and join in if you'd like to.

    Sheila

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  8. The "song" one is just too sweet.
    Paola

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  9. wow--happy tears here, I sang a few lines from that at my mom's memorial . . .

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  10. Now that is an important moment in anyone's life. Rather moving in a way - she has grown up.

    Like the other commenters though I'm curious - which one did she choose?

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  11. Because we are odd people, at my house, we have stopped saying "I'm a little hungry" and now say "I'm a little teapot." Then we bend and pour.




    I know.

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  12. the red one, please tell me she picked the red one!!!

    I want a red teapot.

    Now.

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  13. Loveliness indeed

    And the first teapot is always important, its like becoming a grown-up but better :)

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  14. Mine was yellow and very large. I still miss it sometimes.

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  15. How pretty are those? I just love tea pots! I hope she enjoyes her first one!

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