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A House for Tea

There has always been a teapot in the house. I remember coming off the bus after school as a young child, and there was a table ready with a pot of tea and a snack. The teapot may have first been filled with hot chocolate, but eventually it was replaced with tea. So it was no surprise to me when my mother showed me the designs for a tea cozy for the next book. She had already made a very simple one for me once, as I like to keep my tea nice and hot. I was excited to see the final product, and am hoping to carve out some time to make one for myself. Along with a love of tea, I have learned much from my mother about hospitality. Being an artistic family, we cannot help making a party look beau

A House for Tea

Guest Post by Kelsey A. Smith There has always been a teapot in the house. I remember coming off the bus after school as a young child, and there was a table ready with a pot of tea and a snack. The teapot may have first been filled with hot chocolate, but eventually it was replaced with tea. So it was no surprise to me when my mother showed me the designs for a tea cozy for the next book. She had already made a very simple one for me once, as I like to keep my tea nice and hot. I was excited to see the final product, and am hoping to carve out some time to make one for myself. Along with a love of tea, I have learned much from my mother about hospitality. Being an artistic family, we cannot

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