These days focusing on gratitude seems especially important, and so I am grateful for the simplest things. This Wedgewood teacup was a gift from my husband when my now twenty year old daughter was but a toddler. He meant to present me with two, but little fingers have trouble staying away from pretty things (as do mine) and so I've always only had the one. But that's okay as I have enjoyed many delicious cups of tea from it, while reading a good book, sitting in the sunshine or watching the birds outside my window. When I treat myself to tea in this cup, I am thankful for the gift, the giver and the little fingers (not so little any longer) that presented me with it.
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