ooohhhlala............flasho smoko there.................biggest cuppa tea fundraiser????
Wow!! That's looks awesome and very yummy.
Wow! Clever bunch of girls your way .... don't suppose there are any leftovers?
OH MY GOODNESS. Clearly we need to win gold lotto and move down to that fancy pants part of the world if that is the standard for morning tea gatherings.But then I'd probably need to invest in a whole wardrobe of elastic waisted strides. So its probably best that I think we'll be staying up here. Munching on our celery sticks and saladas.
The 'Mother's Day Morning Tea' was run by our local Hall committee to raise funds to help with the upkeep of our dear old Hall. I can't take any credit for the beautiful spread as shown above, I was just a very fortunate attendee. The hall committee consists of a very small group of dedicated ladies who put on an absolutely beautiful morning yesterday.(And I'm fairly certain it'll be Saos back on the menu today for most).PS. Sharon, I just happen to know a fairly rough little block about to hit the market ;)
A shame I live so far away! x
Unbelievably, magazine-worthily stylish.
Wow, that looks almost too good to eat - but then I'd go and spoil it anyway.
Oh wow that looks delicious. I think it might be more than a step in front of your usual. What a good cause too, it is always good to see local place being kept alive.
Talk about flash. This is one impressive morning tea. I bet you enjoyed it. x
Sweet blog! Neat lifestyle! I had to pop over and say hi, because we just got a Queensland Heeler puppy and I have never "met" anyone from Queensland. Kind of silly, but....just had to say hi. XOC
Wow, what a spread! I am sure it was delicious.Just in case we are nearby on our way back, may I trop in to say hello? If yes, what is your phone number?Have a lovely day Fiona!