Good Morning and good Tuesday to all!
Writing a post about anything drink related is not difficult at all. That makes me sound like a real boozer, but I'm not. We all drink. We have to or die. Especially here in this warm climate liquids are essential.
But today I will post a 'boozy' photo because we went out last night and had such a lovely time. There is a house about 100 m from us that is owned by a Danish couple. They use it for holidays and this time this holiday for the first time they brought their (adult) children with them.
We all met up last night at a local bar and drank Tinto de Verano (translated: Summer Wine=a mixture of red wine, lemonade and ice cubes). Here in the village (as everywhere in the Granada province) you get a free tapa (a snack) with every drink.
But these are not my T for Tuesday photos really. What I really wanted to show you is a photo my friend Regina took and sent me when she went to an antique exhibition.
It's a tea pot. If you look closely you'll see there is a perforated septum, a sort of divider with holes in it so that when you turn the pot up right the tea leaves remain separate and the tea stops stewing. Clever idea. When I asked Regina where she saw it, she told me the Shipley Art Gallery in Gateshead, UK.
That's all from me this morning. I'm linking this with T for Tuesday at altered book lover, so have a fabulous Tuesday all of you!