Sunday started as it always does -- at church
This Sunday, however, we signed up to bring "treats"
Husband Jim helps put muffins on the plates
The Doughnut Muffins
The Glazed Doughnut Muffins
And a basket of strawberries
The platters were almost empty and there was a handful of strawberries left.
We took them home.
After Sunday Lunch,
we worked in the garden
Springtime is always a busy garden time
And, as always, at half past three
We stop for tea
A basket of tea goodies for tea in the garden
For one, I prefer a basket to a tray
lined with blue linen napkins
the tea, a cup and saucer and the nosh
Carried to the table under the pergola
Where we admire the chores we've managed to do today
As we sip tea, munch on both a glazed doughnut muffin and a doughnut muffin
and eat the handful of strawberries we brought home
Muffins and strawberries
A lovely tea treat on a Sunday afternoon
And in the garden . . .
we notice that our little French strawberries are blooming.
Bought 5 years ago, they've rewarded us with breakfast berries the last four springs
And our Ozark Beautys in the strawberry jar
Have bloomed and we can see berries!
Strawberry time should be here soon1
The dogs always enjoy helping in the garden
Mostly chasing away the squirrels
Doogie has one spotted
And once inside,
We noticed the shadows in the herb garden
It's Monday and we're sharing our muffins with Yvonne at Stone Gable for What's on the Menu Monday.