Friday, March 15, 2013

Tea, Records + Good Reads

1//I'm an English breakfast tea girl all the way. I love getting a tea bag every morning out of this cute tin holder.

2//Jason surprised me with these bright, happy flowers!

3//It's all about tea, ladyfingers, and fun reads.

4//I finally tried ladyfingers from Whole Foods. I love them! It is the perfect, little snack.

5//From left: Kinfolk Volume Six, InStyle UK edition, Glamour. InStyle is my favorite magazine, and when I was at Barnes & Noble the other day I came across the UK edition. I squealed with joy!

6//I've been looking for Porgy and Bess - Miles Davis for years! I know that I could buy records online, but there is something special about coming across it in person. It's a treasure hunt!

7//Ella Fitzgerald just makes the day that much sunnier.

♥ What are you up to this lovely Friday morning?

7 comments:

  1. That tea tin is so cute! I'd be happy to take tea out of it every morning too! Love that you're going old school and listening to records! I've never heard a record in person. My grandparents had some records but nothing to play them on since it broke years ago.

    Have a great weekend!
    ~Sara

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    1. My parents gave me my record player for my sixteenth birthday. I've seen some at Goodwill, and all you would need to do is buy a new needle if need be. You should give it a try! If you like classic rock or jazz, there is nothing quite like it :)

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  2. Good tea. Lovely flowers. Great tunes.

    Looks like a wonderful Friday!

    P.S.-But really, that record player is great and I've been meaning to pick one up for years. I'm a little jealous.

    theramblingfangirl.com

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    1. It wasn't a bad way to spend an afternoon :)

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  3. Sounds like a lovely morning! I want that record player ;)
    :) Liz @ rusticpeach.com

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    1. I need to remind myself to have more moments like this :)

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  4. I wish every morning could be like yours! Record players are one of my favorite vintage-y items :)

    xoxo,
    Nat
    Modern Buttercup

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