Thursday, April 22, 2010

Tea Room in AZ

On our last full day in AZ we sent the men to a baseball game and us girls went to the Front Porch Tea Room. My daughter who lives in CA (5 hrs. from Ceekay) came to pick us up and take us back to her home. This gave us an opportunity to go to tea with Ceekay and her grand daughter, Emma.
My two grand daughters were there as well, also an Emma and Olivia.
Front Porch has a cute little shop and the decor was very pretty. This hutch is against one wall. To the far left you can see a white lattice that divides a corner where you can go and pick which tea cup you would like to use that day. The girls thought that was special.
The shop area.

Cute little centerpiece on each table.
Pretty mural on the wall.

It was special to have little Emma with us that day. She lives a bit far from Ceekay.
Isn't she a cutie!

The next few pictures are of the little girls food. They chose hot chocolate to drink.

Olivia chose a pancake shaped like a lady bug. Isn't it too cute!

Little Emma chose P&J.

The scones were so yummy! We could have made a meal of those. lol
Notice all the cute tea pots. We each had our own with a different design.

Here's my sweet Emma. She's very much the young lady now at 10. She's reading Fancy Nancy etiquette books. I got a kick out of seeing her little pinkie out as she drank her hot chocolate. She was thrilled they had a hat to perfectly match her pretty dress.
Sweet Olivia came with her own hat. We all had to borrow from the shop's selection.
The girls had a great time together. It was a great way to end our visit in AZ.
How's your week been going? I hope it's been great thus far.
Until next time.


Heather said...

Ella and I would love going there! Very cute photos to remember the day with.

Ceekay- Thinkin of Home said...

It was a wonderful memory filled day! Send me those pictures please!!

Shelia said...

Oh, what a day you must have had. Love seeing the precious tea shop and you got to be with Ceekay and her grand! The girls are so sweet in their little hats and the food does look delicious.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Linda C said...

What a great place! Everyone looks so happy and the food looks delish!!:)

I also left a comment on your preceding post:)


Leslie, the Home Maker said...

What sweet girls and what blessed memories!
Your littlest girls are so precious!
Wonder where one can find that ladybug pancake maker!
Forget the kids, I'd make the bug-shape for ME!
We have a tea house here in town, don't we?
Or didn't we?
So glad to meet another Greenvillian!
I live over in Mauldin.
Where are you?
Thank you so much for stopping by my home- I will follow you, but have to wait till my daughter gets off the better PC that allows me to do that.
SO nice to meet you and see you later :)
Blessings to you as you make your home!

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

How wonderful! This is my kind of place and my idea of a good time!! The girls are adorable in the hats! Emma looks so much like Tom!


Miss Janice said...

Sounds like a wonderful tearoom and the little girls are just darliln'! I love to visit a tearoom whenever I travel away from home:)