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Tea Party
by Lois J. Christensen
Thursday, March 12, 2009
Rated "G" by the Author.
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About tea parties and festivity.

All little girls love to have a tea party
They love the little cakes and scones heartily.
I used to make cinnnamon toasts for my 4 daughters.
When they were ill or after school they had them often.

You used your special tea settings and pretty  plates.
And you gave them lots of food on their dates.
Birthdays, were fun times with a tea party of food.
That really did put them in a party mood.

 Dressing up in jewels and party hats of all kinds.
That were brought from the closet as all kinds of finds.
Given as favors to take home with them.
My girls had fun birthday tea parties with their friends.


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Reviewed by Laurel Lamperd 6/20/2012
Some nice thoughts here, Lois. Who doesn't like tea parties. Cheers
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 12/17/2010
Sounds like a lot of fun and these are obviously fond memories, Lois. Thank you for sharing. Love and best wishes,

Reviewed by Z McClure 7/10/2009
When two of my nieces were little girls, a young lady from church invited them to a tea party, and they remember it still. These are the kind of special times that people treasure for years and years...and you have used your gift of words to allow all of us to partake.
-God bless you Lois. ")

~ a fellow human & poet, Zach
Reviewed by Jon Willey 3/24/2009
tea parties, the first sign of sharing and recognition of developing social skills -- I remember when my two daughters had tea parties with their imaginary friends, and invited my wife and I -- long ago, yet so fondly recalled --tea parties are truly special events -- it sounds as though you too, truly enjoyed those with your girls -- peace and love-- JMW
Reviewed by Jerry Engler 3/19/2009
Tons of good fellowship, and more of it to you, Lois. Just had a cup of coffee and a chocolate chip cookie with the family myself...Jerry
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader) 3/13/2009
Very beautiful sweet lady..well done indeed ...Hugsss
Reviewed by Linda Settles 3/13/2009
What sweet memories this brings back. Thank you for this write. It is beautiful.

Reviewed by Ed Matlack 3/12/2009
As a guy & not a father, I don't know tea parties, but from your image herein I think I would have liked to be involved in one...ed
Reviewed by John Flanagan 3/12/2009
Delightful setting, memories and occasions, well done!
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 3/12/2009
This is a delight..I love minature tea sets...great job Lois!
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 3/12/2009
Some memories are surely worth holding on to and this was a sheer beauty...

Be always safe,
Reviewed by Felix Perry 3/12/2009
As the father of three daughters I remember the tea parties well and now look forward to enjoying the same with my granddaughters, thanks for reminding me of those special times.

Reviewed by Lois Christensen 3/12/2009
Dear R.A.

Now Bonnie May was my first review on Tea Part. My bestest friend on the den and an old friend. She was sick for a while but now can see. She had the flu really bad and her diabetes was affecting her eyes and all. She had quite a rough Feb. Love, Lois I am sure I will get s one nice rviews on this one too.
Reviewed by Bonnie May 3/12/2009
Boy this brings back beautiful memories of my tea parties, my children's and now and hugs thanks for the, Bonnie

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