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Monday, March 24, 2014

Egg hunt in the hedgerow maze.

 Imagine ---An  Easter egg hunt in a beautiful hedgerow maze.It would be fun.Well,maybe for some,but scary enough that a grown up would have to come.It's done at Halloween with hay, why not this with eggs ? My family has never done this,well maybe someday.

So how would I get it done? A party outdoors in the warm Cucamunga breeze starting with Tea.
The Gentlemen's Tea table.What's in their cups ?

Tea, of course at the ladies table. 
With all the cousins frolicking about....games,paint and lemonade.

 and Maddie will be center of attention. 

Prayers said stories read .Yes, every Year for sure......

and wouldn't this be grand !

 If at Grannies house this Year the hedgerow maze will not really be there.Only in Grandma's great never ending imagination.

Happy Spring to all of Us ! Partying with Home Sweet Home 


Butterfly 8)(8 Bungalow said...

That sounds like fun, but difficult. In Hawaii there is a maze at Dole Pineapple, and we got really lost.

Denise said...

I love you, and your precious imagination.

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

I participated in a fun raising straw maze with the grands a few years ago and granny had to be rescued - for the life of me I couldn't find my way out.
Kids would probably like a hedgerow maze though, especially if chocolate eggs would lead the way.

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hello Denise,
You do have a wonderful imagination and your little ones must love it! That little one in the lamb's hat is just too cute! Thank you for sharing with us at Tea Time and have a lovely week. Happy Spring!


Carrie said...

Adventures among the hedgerows following Peter Rabbit's tail,
And when you find your way out, tea in the garden.
A beautiful tale!

I loved your poetry :).

Snap said...

An egg hunt in a hedgerow would be a lot of fun with tea and other goodies at the end. Fun post! Happy Tea Day and Happy Spring!

Terri said...

I love your whimsical tea post! I have always wanted to walk a hedge labyrinth! Wouldn't that be an experience!
The gentleman's tea table looks very fun to me!
Happy Spring!

Beth in NEPA said...

I enjoyed this post. I have always enjoyed mazes. Around here we have corn row mazes in the fall. Never been anywhere that had hedgerows enough for a maze but it looks like fun!

Stephanie said...

Ooooh, that would be so much fun! So lovely to stop by and visit you, dear Denise. Love and hugs, my friend!

Mari said...

Wow it would sure be loads of fun ;-)


BucksCountyFolkArt said...

Happy Spring, indeed! They're calling for snow again tonight. *sigh*
Always good to hear from you!

Delvalina said...

That would be so much fun! :D yeah i can imagine that!
Anyway, Happy spring! :) I wish I could enjoy it someday.

Carrie said...

Thanks so much for your comment--sure you can feature me on your blog...thanks for asking :)

Gaby Bee said...

That would be so much fun, Denise! Here where I live we have only a corn maze in autumn.

Happy Spring my friend!

Deborah Montgomery said...

Love all the pictures you shared, esp the gentleman's tea. Egg hunts are so much fun. Love your imagination!

Lady Linda said...

It must always be fun at your home! Fun post Denise.
An Easter egg hunt in a maze! I have only been in corn mazes.
Love ya, Linda

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Oh my! This "granny" was so excited to hear there is another blogger close by. Most live so many miles away. Another sweet lady lives in Orange County area and we share notes.
:):) I have that very Peter Rabbit tea set...I didn't buy the tablecloth and now I am sorry. Tiny tea sets ..I love them. I live in a Fairy Tale world as well, and it's such a nice place to be. What a pleasure to read your post today!

The Charm of Home said...

What a neat idea. I think it would depend on how big the maze would be. Some are managable, aome are not. It would be fun for the Grandchildren.

Unknown said...

If I were to go on an Easter Egg hunt anywhere I'd grab your hand and our girl gnomes and travel to far off places. Over hills and dales we'd go in search of charming eggs and then we would trade while sipping raspberry tea and eating chocolate brownies! Jackie is back blogging from Once Upon a Fairyland days. Jacquelines-land.blogspot.com and Dingbatalleyblogspot.com

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh how grand is your post today my friend! I am making a tea party in my yard this year, even if friends are too busy to come. I will go out there with Ruben and we shall enjoy our tea with the rabbits in our garden! Oh I love the idea of prayer, story telling, tea, cakes, friends, animals! So darling are the images.

Denise, thank you. Thank you for coming to leave such validating words. Though I may never be published as a poet (I hope one day I will), my goal is to put wings on peoples' hearts, and your comment today showed me that maybe I can.


One of my favourite songs that makes me realise God’s always around. — Dancing with God, Verse 1: You dance over me While I am unaware, You sing all around But I never hear the sound, Chorus: Lord, I’m amazed by You Lord, I’m amazed by You Lord, I’m amazed by You How You love me Verse 2: You paint the moring sky With miracles in mind, My hope will always stand, For You hold me in Your hand.