Saturday, November 12, 2016

TEA - Postcards for the Weekend

DE-3072459-1 PCM

DE-3072459 (from Germany, 2014)

“Abwarten… und Tee trinken!”
“Wait and see, and have some tea” (German proverb)

NL-2278981

NL-2278981 (from the Netherlands, 2014)

BY-1573561

BY-1573561 (from Belarus, 2015)

“Where there’s TEA there’s HOPE”

BY-1719913

BY-1719913 (from Belarus, 2015)

Tea is my favourite drink (I never drink coffee, always tea), and tea-related things is also on my wish-list at Postcrossing. So my difficulty today was not in finding something to fit this week’s theme (coffee/tea/pastries), but rather the opposite (i.e. choosing how many and which of them all to post!)

Weekend Linky Party:

8 comments:

  1. The second one and the last one are my favorites! The last one especially. I have a large assortment of teas. Do you drink herb teas? I like the mints and gingers, also peach and lemon.

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  2. Yes, the last one is very decorative. The ones with the quotes I like for the quotes, though! :) - I don't drink a lot of pure herb teas. I usually buy loose leaf tea blends with other herbs and berries etc mixed in to give flavour. I drink both black and green and sometimes also red=rooibos (different plant). Occasionally I do also drink peppermint herb tea.

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  3. The first one is my favourite, for the colours and simple (though strong) design, and the promising words, 'abwarten', what will happen next!? :-)

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    1. Yes Heleen - funny how some words can be difficult to translate from one language to another, isn't it? I can't think of a proper one-word equivalent for "abwarten" in English. (In Swedish we have the word "avvakta" which comes close, but still not 100%.)

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  4. They are all really cute but I think my favorite is the last one with the polka dot teapot. They're all bright and cheerful and cute and sweet

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  5. Hi DawnTreader, Wow, your interest in tea gave you several cards that were perfect for this theme. Very nice! I like them all!

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  6. These are great cards! I also ask that I receive tea related cards...I love the ones that you posted. I think my favourite is the "Where there is tea, there is hope" one.

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  7. But you chose very well... All four postcards are beautiful and interesting to receive!

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