Thursday, May 10, 2012
The Augusta Historical Society has a tea each year. Last weekend was the 17th annual. I've only been able to go once before, but this year my friend, Jan, and I went. It was a perfectly lovely way to spend an afternoon.
This is one of the simpler teas I've been to, but I really like it. They have the food set up in part of the museum, and the tables are in their log cabin. So, you go in a buffet line, but you get the benefit of being able to choose the food you prefer.
They also have place cards so you don't have the hassle of figuring out where you're going to sit, which is a nice touch.
Each table is decorated differently.
Our favors were the log cabin cookies, which were adorable. And perfect, considering the setting.
I love to go to tea and I need to find some more folks who like to go. There used to be a small number of us who would go to any we could find, but it seems it has become Jan and me. She is amazingly wonderful company, but we'd both like to have more folks so if one of us can't go we have others who want to share the experience. Fortunately, it all worked out this time because we ended up going to tea in Augusta one day and to another tea the following day.
I love the whole tea experience!
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Posted by Patsy Terrell at 7:30 PM