“Rainy days should be spent at home with a cup of tea and a good book.”
― Bill Watterson
This weekend the Photo Challenge here on Weekly Prompts from GC and me is The Teapot, however, if you’re a coffee drinker we’ll happily settle for the good old coffee pot!
Who doesn’t love a cuppa? And if like me you are English, a cup of Rosie Lee (tea) solves everything, there is nothing nicer to help unwind and relax.
And if it’s your birthday like my partner GC, you might even enjoy a cup of tea with cake!
As usual, anything goes – a piece of fiction, a poem or photographs; Your choice
Whichever way you choose to interpret our challenge Gerry and I look forward to seeing your posts.
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Prompts published Wednesday and Saturday – 07:00 AM (UK) – 00:00 EDM (CA)
Editorial Comment: Rosie Lee is Cockney Rhyming Slang for Tea, a cup of Rosie Lee. Cockney – a person who was born or brought up in East London and has an East London accent.