Aug 28, 2013

Tasha Tudor Day 2013

 Today is Tasha's Tudor's birthday,and along with some other Tasha fans in blogland, I am celebrating  "Tasha Tudor Day". I am fond of Tasha for many reasons,but mostly for the simplicity of her lifestyle. That is what most drew me to learn more about her. Unfortunately, I only discovered Tasha a couple of years before her death. I have some of her books and love her illustrations . She loved her dolls too,but not so much baby dolls,as I do  :) ,but  however,a doll lover is a doll lover  ...right?
Just look at her fantastic dollhouse.

 She also loved her animals ,especially her beloved corgi's. And taking tea on her porch.


So sweet!
If you would like to see more of my Tasha Tudor board, you may go here to Pinterest. Now,on to how I celebrated today....As Tasha, I took to my porch to have tea this morning. Along with the dogs and Ms. Kitty. Donned in a fresh clean head scarf.

I don't have a proper Tea Cosy so... as always....I make do!  With a clean pretty tea towel. Wrap around and tied at the top of my wonderfully  :)

I prefer an old tea cup and saucer to a new one.

The Tea Cosy!

Of course,Jessie wanted to tea party too. She loves graham crackers with her tea,as do I.

Don't even think about it Pebbles..says she! You weren't invited!

 And Ms. Kitty had to have some cream. Cats do love know.

Poor Jessie she looking so anxiously at Ms. Kitty taking her cream. I think I have began to spoil her since my sweet little Duke passed on. Oh well,she is a good dogie and takes good care to watch and protect she deserves a bit of spoiling.

Later in the day I will fill the bird feeder with fresh seed and wash out the birdbath and fill it with fresh water....I think Tasha would approve of how I chose to celebrate her day. If you would like to enter a Tasha Tudor give away...go here to Rookery Ramblings. And If you would like to read more post on Tasha...visit here . If you haven't read my previous post..please do!  Blessings to all, Shelley


Storybook Woods said...

Happy Tasha Tudor and what a Tasha'y tea. I love your cozy and bet Tasha would too. I am sure she was a queen at improvising. Thank you for joining in on the fun. Clarice

Linda Fox said...

I enjoyed your post. It had a very TT feel. Love the idea for the tea cozy. My post is here

DollZandThingZ said...

What a great way to celebrate the day! A few years ago we visited the museum in Brattleboro VT that has been started in her honor. She would most likely LOVE what you did today...and great job with photos, too!

Anonymous said...

What a delightful way to celebrate her birthday. She was quite an intriguing lady ;) m.

Marqueta G. said...

Dear Shelley,

I love celebrating Tasha with my friends! I love your "tea cozy," so brilliant!



Bobbi Jo Nichols said...

Shelly I enjoy your blog so much. I have nominated you for the LIEBSTER award. You can read the post on my blog here :

Hugs, Bobbi Jo

Anonymous said...

What a lovely tea! You would have pleased Tasha with it and your company choices I am sure.
Lily, WA, USA

Anonymous said...

Thank you for visiting Blackberry Lane. It's delightful to visit with you. I don't have any TT books, art etc. but I do love reading about her. This was an enjoyable post and I especially love your pets. We have 6 rescue cats and my late mom's mini doxie. I love old tea cups, too. Your tea cozy works just fine. I'll be back and I hope you will too. Good night.

Mary Rose said...

I loved Tasha Tudor... she is one woman I would have loved to have sat &n chatted with..
Shelly thanks for stopping by my blog.. I'm ok, have not been blogging much. Hope alls well with you too. Take care & God bless! Mary

Anonymous said...

I did not realize it has been 5 years since her passing. Such a sweet, sweet lady.
blessings, jill

Denise said...

I too wish You a blessed Sept. I enjoyed Your Tasha Tea. Oh My,though I must stay away from Graham Crackers,such a Red letter food for Me.I have had too many-eeks- I do love them. Denise

Denise said...

I too wish You a blessed Sept. I enjoyed Your Tasha Tea. Oh My,though I must stay away from Graham Crackers,such a Red letter food for Me.I have had too many-eeks- I do love them. Denise

Raymond Homestead said...

Tasha Tudor was truly a special person.

marie said...

Very sweet post Shelley! Love your tea party guests...and the tea pot cozy is perfect. I don't have a cozy either...I'll definitely be remembering this idea!