Monday, 7 September 2009

magic chalice fairy goblet & holy grail

ooo i found this little fairy goblet... it looks like it has a crown!

its sooooo good when you put cold pear juice in it

and drink it during magic times to bring you back to earth.

i took these pictures yesterday when i was wearing my tablecloth.
today i wore fancy pjs with long stockings. i stayed in bed all day
and drank coffee and read. ooooooooh lazy! shame! sin! glory!


Anonymous said...

that goblet is georgous. what are you reading? I am so curious^^

a mouse said...

ah! the once and future king
starting with the sword in the stone!
its such a great book. i just finished
the part where merlin turns wort
into a fish and they swim through
the moat. he keeps saying.
"you are swimming like
a HUMAN! with your LEGS!
swim from your neck
down like a FISH!"
i love it.. i feel
like im underwater
too... lost in the drift.

a mouse said...

put your back into it!
he says. he may be the first
to say that! now it means
something else entirely!
ha ha ha

Anonymous said...

these pictures are exquisite♥

i too, partake in the glorious apathy of days sitting in bed with my tea and reading. such lovely days♥

Anonymous said...

It seems to be a great book. I am reading also one about Merlin and Arthur and other from breton tales. I am so crazy about fairy tales!

a mouse said...

how weird that we are both
reading arthurian legends!

Anonymous said...

yes!I've just seing on wikipedia the author of your book, and disney made (I don't know the name in english sorry) "Merlin l'enchanteur" with this book!! I think I am one of the biggest fan of disney movies^^

sara said...

oh what a magical cup!it looks as if it once belonged to a fairy queen!such a lucky girl to relax in bed all day!good for you:)

a mouse said...

yes it was written in the 1930s i think..
and then they made it into a disney movie!
the original book is in 4 parts ..
im only on part one :)

a mouse said...

ah! i can see michelle pfeiffer in
a midsummer nights dream
drinking from it! ♥

Hendrix said...

What a pretty glass! I think I'd be afraid of drinking from such an uneven edge, though, lest I dribble juice all over myself. :o

juliette said...

what a magical little goblet! ♥

poet said...

I love your blog - I love this post - and I love fairytales. Bravo!


sugar plum fairy said...

lookie the bottem of your goblet has leaves! :) you find the best little treasures! yes, staying in bed all day & reading/relaxing nonstop is good for the soul; i think we all need that from time to time to rejuv. XO!

Josephine Tale Peddler said...

I remember those days of lying in bed reading all day. That was before my daughter and a different magic began. I have given your lovely Blog an award which I shall post about on my Wednesday Blog. Hoot Hoot xx

Karolina said...

I love days like that, staying in bed and just reading away any book left unread on the shelf. The goblet is really something you don't see everyday. a fantastic one :) I'm curious about the pjs :)

have a great time drinking from the holy grail

Eliza said...

oh, that goblet looks so magical :) those days are wonderful, when we're surrounded by beautiful books and nothing else.

much lovee <3

Eva Internazionale said...

I LOVE that you wore a tablecloth. :D

Anonymous said...

thanks to you I will have to buy these books because they seem to be so great! ah, it's not such a good idea for my change purse^^ (I don't know if it's the good name "change purse??)

Pink Milk Sugar Stars said...

I just want to say, I love your blog it is beautiful!!!!

Anonymous said...

You are a witchy woman, I love you!

Anonymous said...

oh, it's very lovely indeed xx

Mona said...

Ooooh, prettyful! o.0

a mouse said...

*thanks everyone* :)
♥ xoxo &hearts

joanne May said...

Oh yes...This is a magical looking goblet.:)
It looks like the shape of a jellyfish, with a 3 sided fishes tail at the base!
I think a mermaid would drink out of this beautiful glass.

The Curious Cat said...

hello, tale peddler's been recommending you so I'm going to add you to my blog roll so I can snoop a bit more - I like what I see so far - especially the white cats in the bed! xxx

PinkBow said...

i just love days of staying in bed/in my flat. i always feel fully recharged! this goblet is quite exquisite, is it a vintage find?

Karolina said...

thank you so much :)

a mouse said...

thanks! yes :) i got it at my magic charity shop :)

chelsea jade said...

one visit to your blog and i'm bubbling over with light-hearted whimsy.

lady, you are magic!

Anonymous said...

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