“Charm is deceitful, and beauty is vain, but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised.”
Sweet friends, thank you so much for checking on me last week…I took a blogging break…the first once since I began almost three years ago. Don’t we all need a time of rest and refreshment and to quiet the noise? Butch and I took a short vacation and I can’t wait to share it with you next week!
You all I know I love alfesco dining…especially in our little garden! The temps have been perfect the past few days…and coupled with a gentle breeze that kept mosquitoes at bay! Don’t we all love that? This week’s setting is very simple and would be a sweet Mother’s Day table. My Mother would have loved it…and oh how I wish she was still with us so I could prepare her a special meal! Please pull up a chair and join us today!
An ironstone pitcher filled with yellow tulips is a simple centerpiece.
..as well as the placemats and melamine dinner and salad plates.
As the sun begins to set, I love its glow on our garden.
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