The invitation

The Weekly Prompts Weekend Challenge: The Gift

He found the card
an invitation
a party
for his mother

He found the card
a party
for his mother
today

He found the card
a look of dismay
a party
today

He found a card
find a gift
a look of dismay
a party

He took the card
no gift
his mother
a party

What to take
of course
his mother
birthday party

Can’t think
you know
what to take
cake of course

I’m going to Su’s

Time to get ready for Su’s virtual afternoon tea

I shall add my bit from Australia for Su as she said “As it’s te wiki o te reo Māori (Māori language week) in Aotearoa New Zealand, I’m challenging myself to improve my te reo (language) skills wherever I can.”

Kia ora
“Whatever we call it though, there is ti in the pot; te mīhini kawhe (the coffee machine) is at the ready and although the kai (food) is simple, there’s plenty to fill your puku (stomach).”

Here is my contribution – I have used te mīhini kawhe and made a cup and also have mongamonga keke

So haere mai ki te hono atu ki a Su me etahi atu. Nau mai te katoa. So come along and join Su and everyone else. Everyone is welcome

A tea party

Su has invited us to a virtual tea party

I’ll bring a few snacks and a bit of music

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Sorry I did get a bit peckish waiting for you to join us.

The invitation

If you’d like to contribute a post of your own — a shot of your cuppa and/or whatever you’re having with it; a recipe, a few words about what you’re doing/reading/making. What’s making you happy or pissing you off — that would be great. I’ll update each of my posts with a ping-back to everyone’s in the same way as I do with The Changing Seasons.

#virtualteaparty for anyone on Instagram who wants to post images (or video?)

I’d love to be part of a global rolling tea party. Hopefully a few of you would too.