Richmond upon Thames: the view from London's "Arcadia" along the River Thames in Southwest London.
Last week a number of readers expressed serious interest in, and great appreciation of my household arrangements. Therefore I felt it only fair to reveal the details of MY OTHER MUG!!!!!
Frank Cooper's Marmalade,
Fine, traditional English china. Wedgwood?I can see that you have a healthy breakfast. You did eat some of these fruits also?
Or are the fruits for decorations only?I need to get me one of those cute English mugs.
I remember watching an episode of Keeping Up Appearances where they kept talking about "beakers" of tea. Would one refer to such a mug as a beaker in your neck of the woods? All I think of is chemistry lab...
Ah, but what I want is the marmalade!
I'm with Z - it must be a beaker (I don't think your wife trusts you with the china) ;-)
I read: Frank Cooper's - "Oxford" - Fine Cut Oxford - MARMALADE - Seville Orange. Frank Cooper"I also saw a cup of something with a kind of cartoon fish rising up on it. A big one and a little one. I think they are fish. Maybe not.Your camera certainly captured the moment. I hope you have a better weekend and find something delicious to eat.
I LOVE those mugs! I supposed I would never be able to find them stateside. :(
Chuckeroon, I think it could be a good idea to plan a business about these nice mugs, American people seems to be fond of them...In France, we can buy them in "La Boutique écossaise", in almost all towns.
Uhhh I love *this* MUG and I want one !!!!
Even if i am not so tired, i was wrong with my "boutique écossaise" (where can i find this one?!): it was "Le Comptoir irlandais"...
Hi Chuckeroon! Good ole English marmalade...is something which is lacking here in Poland. It's also nice to see the legendary English custom of tea WITH milk. Here in Poland...it's unheard of...and sometimes the Poles even look at you a little strange if you ask for it!!!
:DDcute mug....with cute crab.i want one too..:DDnice.jing