“See the beauty in those little things – through haiku, that short moment, that eye blink, we make Art.” ~~ Chèvrefeuille
Curls of steam and leaves
Company of potter’s chi
Mug in hand
© rgb for “On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea”, 2011 – 2014
Carpe Diem Sparkling Stars #10
You caught the tea-ceremony in three lines … awesome Becca …
a lovely image .. now … I’m off to make my tea 😉
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I have a few favorite mugs I rotate… one has a Star Trek badge symbol; another my hubby’s name I like to use when he isn’t home, and then there’s a few more too…
Rearranging stuff on a shelf and I came across some of my children’s potter’s chi… clay artifacts from school years. Can’t eat from them. But they make me smile.
Having mementos from your children is special … 😀
Ever since I started dating my husband seriously – I’ve collected pairs of pottered mugs from places I’ve traveled — similar but with enough variation to determine his or hers . When we have coffee together in the morning/afternoon — we use the pair.
The potter would be pleased, I’m sure, to have her cup used for tea.
That’s exactly how tea should be drunk..
Absolutely … thank you, Bjorn, for the thoughtful feedback!
warmed by your words Becca
Thank you — I am delighted!
May I have a cup?