Monday, November 05, 2007

Tea for Two




These cats I found having a really good natter and enjoying tea for two on one of these sunny Autumn days. I could not help over hearing a Little of there conversation, ones Kittens had been being very naughty and messing about with her knitting. The other cat had much sympathy and was very glad her Kittens had left home and told great tales of far flung places she gets letters and postcards telling her about great tasting mice from all corners of the world.
Little Mr Robin who has been flitting around the garden with Mrs Robin enjoying all my digging for my raised beds, is really hoping to for a little crumb of the wonderful cupcakes. I do hope the cats just share a little with him and give a piece with pink icing on to take back for Mrs Robin. Especially as I have not been doing any digging as I have been feeling a little poorly.

Captain Rupert has been looking after me very well, while I have not been very well, this last week. I need to catch up on blogs and I know there are a few thank yous in order

26 comments:

Katherines Dream said...

Hi Joanna,
The Gallery was fascinating.
There is a Potter Trail to follow.
Hill Top is a must too.
The John Ruskin Centre was also very interesting.
XX

Jackie Morgan said...

Hi, I love the new picture, it's so sweet, and I always enjoy the little story with your pictures.xx

Joanna said...

Thank you for saying you enjoy the story with the pictures, it gives me lots of encouragement for more. I was not sure if it was a good thing or not but I always have little stories going on and ideas in my head.

K did wonder what an earth I was talking about asking him what type of mice dishes do you think cats eat around the world.

Fada Moranga said...

Hello Joanna!

You should cover yourself in pink icing and stay in bed. It's the best! Get well soon! :-)*

Libbys Blog said...

Hope you are feeling better soon. Did you get your Rayburn sorted?

Joanna said...

The rayburn is just about working after K rewired all the plumbing at the weekend, thankyou for asking. The kitchen is just about turning back to normall.

PG said...

Welcome back, November will be better. :)

Cowboys & Custard said...

Hi Jo
It looks like you are well on the way to writing that book...!?
Love the colours and those cakes in tea for two..
Think I'll go and put the kettle on..
Hope you are feeling much better now..
Michelex

HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS ... said...

Hi Joanna, I really do love your pictures, this one especially. You have captured many of my favourite things (a robin, the sweetest bird ever, cats, stripy cornishware, spotty plates, very sickly cupcakes and jammie dodgers!). It is lovely to pen the little stories with the pictures, you definitely must keep doing this. I hope you are feeling better now, I thought you had been quiet of late. Louise x

Joanna said...

Michele, thats what my mum says I say I have ideas but no begining and middle and end, remmeber my primary school teacher saying its like a good sandwich.

Louise, I rather induldged with just a few of my favourite things too, that really made me smile they are someone elses too!

Joanna said...

Michele, thats what my mum says I say I have ideas but no begining and middle and end, remmeber my primary school teacher saying its like a good sandwich.

Louise, I rather induldged with just a few of my favourite things too, that really made me smile they are someone elses too!

Amanda said...

I adore popping over to your blog and reading all your tales (btw your poem is partly done... I can hear it in my head it just hasn't made it to paper yet lol). Hope you're feeling much better now and sorry it's taking me a while to reply to your email!

natural attrill said...

There are two robins that live by our house, I enjoy watching them.
Hope you feel better soon.
P.

moderncountry said...

Hi,
So nice to hear from you again :) I hope you are feeling better now and are able to enjoy the days. Crafty days i have to say..I see that you have been busy despite your sickness. The Cats are sooo lovely!! And the colours, amazing!!I have to tell you something as well, because i think I saw your paintings in a Norwegian webshop, is it true?
You are so talented and i feel so honoured that you make time to visit and also leave me comments :)) Happy face

I am busy with my needlework these days. I Trie to make some Christmas Creations. This is my first year with everythig. With blogging, meeting other creative woman, and also my fist year that I learned to sew. Yes, not even a year, sinds March.Yes, so I still have lots to learn. But I bought some books and now and they are very helpfull. (I trie to improve my technical skills)
Oh, i am babbling..sorry..:)

Well, i hope your days are good, that little Rupert still are looking after you, and enjoy your crafting Joanna! Aina x

Nonnie said...

Sorry you haven't been feeling well but glad to hear that Captain Rupert has been looking after you. I hope you feeling a lot better now. Love this new picture. Cats and Cornishware are two of my favourite things!

archi's mum said...

i LOVE your paintings - they are lovely and my colors!

if you were closer i'd have to order one for my home!

sorry you have not been feeling well. take care of yourself

tlc illustration said...

I hope you are treating *yourself* to relaxing tea and cakes - and continue to feel better.

roz said...

Aww, poor thing, I hope you feel better soon. I'm glad Rupert is there to help out. =o)
Your painting is absolutely delightful...as usual!Love their expressions.
xo

the flour loft said...

Hi Joanna,
hope you are feeling much better now.. i love the sweet robin... and my girls would certainly be fighting over those cupcakes! Lovely painting.
ginny
x

HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS ... said...

Hi Jo, can I pass a tag on to you, in your own time, I would love to know seven things about you, although one of them is not allowed to say 'I love rabbits'. x

alison said...

I have just ordered some of your lovely christmas cards. I have also linked to your site if that is OK!
Take care,
Alison x

The Fluffy Tribe said...

oh we hope you are feeling betters Ms Joanna, since if left to Rabbie Burns, any sick 'bean around here would haf to fair for themselves. We luvs yer new kitty picture painting. It looks like the cats are having a great teatime. ~the Fluffy Tribe

Rosehaven Cottage said...

The heart cookies look so scrumptious! Cindy at Rosehaven Cottage

ellie said...

Really sweet painting ! Reminds me of my cats ! Hope you are feeling much better XX Ellie

Becca said...

This is a darling illustration, beautifully done, and a charming story to go with it. Such a lovely blog.

Hillside Garden said...

Joanna, what a wonderful painting!

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