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  5. Katherine,
    Thanks so much for stopping by and for your kind words! I will continue to blog but maybe not post as much as I have in the past…
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  7. It’s 2014!!! Please stop by BeBetsy and check out our new setup, we think you will enjoy it!

    Thank you for hosting this great party.

    ~~ Seasons Greetings,
    Sharon, Denise & Aubrie

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  9. Love the little cow creamer. My favorite creamer is a glass one in shape of udders…so cute! I love my french vanilla creamer with my coffee or tea. Happy New Year!

    Hugs and Kisses,
    ❤️Ana

  10. I love tea! I also put milk in my tea, very Irish thing to do. Milk, not cream, MILK. Very difficult to get waitresses to understand this. I use a clear glass little pitcher for my creamer.

  11. Your creamers are darling! That always makes a more enjoyable “cuppa” — whether it’s tea or coffee. My link today is for a traditional recipe for the new year: Navy Bean Soup. My version is gluten-free and can easily be top 8 allergen-free.

  12. Well, I’m 4 minutes past saying, Good Morning, Katie!! lol.. Happy 2nd day of 2014! Thanks for letting me come share with you Katie!! I hope your New Year is Blessed with all that your Heart can imagine and more.
    Hugs,
    ~Theresa @ Shoestring Elegance
    xoxo

  13. Hello Katherine – a happy New Year to you and wishing you all the desires of your heart for you and family! Thank you for hosting this with your supporters – it’s a great way to find out about “how to do” things, because people post recipes, etc. which work!

  14. Hard to believe it is 2014 already. My year is sweeter because I know you. Thank you for the link up.

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  16. Such pretty china. I’m a tea drinker (and a Brit!) but I don’t use milk at all in tea now, I never did like the taste much! Besides my favourite teas are Lapsang Souchong and Green Tea and they’re much better without. Glad to have found you here in blogland.

  17. Hi Katherine, so happy to join in this week. You will know me from Southern Made In The Shade. I started a new food blog! So excited to visit all of these folks in this hop and welcome everyone to stop by Supper With Nana. Happy New Year, Kathy B.

  18. This is a great hop! I love visiting the blogs and learning about new topics. Thank you, Katherine and friends, for inspiring my art and fostering joy. Blessings and Happy New Year!

  19. Thanks for hosting again this week for us! Linked up a few of our Chicken Recipes while I was here tonight 🙂 Hope to see you this week on The Best Blog Recipes Thurs Night for our “The Weekend re-Treat Link Party” too!

    Shauna @ The Best Blog Recipes

  20. I do use a creamer when serving coffee and tea. Only recently have I started adding cream to my tea, though. And now I enjoy much more than a drop of heavy whipping cream in my chai tea. Yum!

    Wishing you an Extraordinary New Year!!

  21. Thanks so much for hosting! Hope you are having a wonderful New Year!

“May the Lord bless you and keep you; may He let His grace shine upon you and be gracious to you; may the Lord turn His face toward you and give you peace.” Numbers 6:24-6:26 NIV Hugs from Katherine

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