Introducing The New “Tea Party Girl” – Sonya Michelle...

Jul 8, 2014 by

  It’s hard to believe that today has finally come.  Today is the day I turn over my “hostess” responsibilities at Tea Party Girl.com to a special someone.  I have loved owning and operating Tea Party Girl and I have so enjoyed getting to know each and everyone of it’s readers. (like YOU!) So without further adieu let me introduce to you, Sonya Michelle, the NEW, “Tea Party Girl.”  I’m ready to bring you more exciting ideas, stories, information and recipes on Tea Party Girl.com Q: Welcome Sonya Michelle.  First things first.  All of the readers of this blog are dying to know your personal tea story.  We want to know the nitty gritty on how you came to love afternoon tea and what it’s like to “take tea” in Australia (where you live!)...

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Meet Dawnya – My Story

May 1, 2011 by

Recently, I did a survey of our Tea Party Girl readers.  One of your requests was a bit more information on me.  So here’s my full bio.  Hope you enjoy it.  +++++++     Dawnya Sasse was raised on the road, the child of musicians and quickly gained from a young age, a unique and creative perspective on entertaining. In 1988 Dawnya began traveling to Great Britain, leading tours throughout the United Kingdom. Her passion for Britain and her love of all things theatrical, led her to the creation of Tea Events in the 1990’s. In 1997, Dawnya traveled to Cape Cod, Massachusetts for extensive tea consulting. She enjoyed personal training with Donna and Ron Lasko (New England’s Tea Couple). Ms. Sasse went on to study with Pearl Dexter – publisher of Tea –...

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Tea Party Girl is Back!

Mar 15, 2011 by

The older I get the more I realize  there are season’s in life.  There are season’s to start new things, season’s to move to new places, times to focus on home, a time to expand and time to cut back.  That is life.  I am not sure why I thought otherwise but I am finally starting to “get it!” (as they say) Today is a new season for the Tea Party Girl blog.  This blog was created lovingly by Jenny Wells, the original Tea Party Girl.  Jenny labored over outstanding articles and building a tea community for two years and then her season changed.  Jenny went on to focus on teaching her kids at home and on writing for new venues.  In the process Tea Party Girl sat on the web like a classic...

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