A compilations of A Return To Loveliness posts from A Delight Life.
A Delightsome Life

There is a great deal of poetry and fine sentiment in a chest of tea. 
 ~Ralph Waldo Emerson, Letters and Social Aims

There is a slight change to the A Return to Loveliness blog party.
Typically, I share and celebrate different things I find in the back issues and current issues of Victoria Magazine.

I will continue to do that.
Occasionally, I have celebrated teacups, teapots and tea parties with a number of other bloggers who thoroughly enjoy the sublime practice of taking tea.

To that end, I have decided to combine these two things in my posts – Victoria Magazine and Tea Time.

The change is ever so slight, but I wanted to join in and provide another place for tea loving bloggers to gather.
My favorite Tea Time blogging parties are:

If you haven’t joined in, you will be pleasantly delighted to find exquisite tea time posts.

This week’s post celebrates the January 1994 issue of Victoria Magazine.

‘Arranging a bowl of flowers in the morning can give a sense of quiet in a crowded day---line writing a poem or saying a prayer’
Anne Morrow Lindebergh

finding jewels in a field of flowers p. 74

Gentle Prodding p. 8
 ‘Flowers leave some of their fragrance in the hand that bestows them’
Chinese Proverb

Building A Garden Hideaway p. 20

Treasured Lines of Meadowbrook Hall p. 36

A Registry of Family Linen p. 39

A Burst of Spring p. 47

A Welcome Home p. 61

leaving all the world behind p.76
I love to bring flowers indoors, but it seems all the more lovely in wintertime.

I am sharing with you my newest Mary Kay Coffee Mug as well as my Mary Kay Teacup. I shared this weekend my Delight in receiving the mugs as a Christmas gift.

Paired with these exquisite miniature roses from a local grocer, a warm cup of coffee and pink iced scones – 

my teatime break this week with Victoria Magazine 
is sublimely rosy-pink.

Thank you for visiting, I hope you join in – you may share anything you wish that is lovely in your life!