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Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Just the usual table place setting; nothing special.

Thank you Susan at Between Naps on the Front Porch for another escape to table scape
thursday. This was a typical table setting for me on a week night. We had dinner tonight
on the back porch. Yes, I did cook but I will save that scene for Gollum's Foodie Friday.


These dishes where given to me from a friend of my mothers.




Place one peony in the small vase from my flower garden.



Just planted these flower boxes. Getting a late start; will save more for Tootsie Fertilize Friday.



Purchased these glasses at an antique shop in Destin Florida.

Mothers used napkins; but I don't care they made me think of her and it gave me some smiles.

Little crystal on the table.

Please visit all the other tables capes on Susan's blog there are amazing!

17 comments:

Susan @ A Southern Daydreamer said...

your table looks great! Happy Tablescape Thursday ~ Susan

Joyce said...

Very pretty tablescape. I am happy to see that you used your Moms napkins to make you happy. They are so pretty.
joyce

Shelia said...

Hi Anita! I love your table set outdoors! Love your dishes and I'm glad you had a sweet thought of your mother! Hope you're doing well, Dear One.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Kammy said...

Hello !
Love those plates....you are so cute "nothing special" It is a beautiful setting and outside is so nice ! You did a great job putting it all together , as always !
Hugs ~ Kammy

Tootsie said...

OMG!!!! YOU have my plates!!! you know...the ones I couldn't find here to match the bowls and platters????? I love those girl....send them this way when you are sick of them!
Can't wait to see what you do for friday...and girl...if I could hop on a plane with my shovel-you know I would!!! luv ya

"Blossom" said...

Tootsie, these are the plates that the neighbor brought food over to my mother; now my mother loved to set her tabel. I have 8 plates, 8 bowls and 8 salad plates, don't know why she never had any cups or saucers? They are smaller plates than I usually use but they are very pretty. I will pass them on when I am done; I will tell my girls. Come on bring that shovel.

lilsista said...

I hope your mother is doing fine...prayers for her and your family. I love your plates...I'm sure my sister would freak if she saw them cause I think she has a set similar and loves them! How relaxing feeling with the candles and flowers...I'd love to sit down to this table after a long day! Simply lovely!

marty39 said...

Such a lovely tablesetting. I have those same plates, and I love them. You've created such a beautiful and inviting table. Love it all. Hugs, Marty

Kathleen Ellis said...

oh, Blossom, this is so pretty and I love how you set them up side by side! My Prince and I frequently sit side by side in a restaurant...it's so much more..."cozy" ;-D
Happy holiday weekend!

Kim @ Manning Family Tree said...

I love the plates.

Carrie said...

You've set a very pretty table.

Lady Katherine said...

I love the candle holder, the plate! I love that you used the napkins to think of your Mother! So sweet! My Hubby loves the stemware for they are from Destin, FL his most favorite place in the World!

The Stylish House said...

Anita,
What a pretty tablescape, those dishes look so elegant. I will make you feel better, because I have not been to my local nursery yet. I did help my mother-in-law on my recent trip home. I am ready for warm weather, winter felt very long this year. ~Cathy~

ButterYum said...

Great plates. So nice that you used your mother's napkins!

Martha said...

A pretty table./

Blondie's Journal said...

Blossom,

I just like this so much...would love to have a porch to have dinner on. I love those candles, they just tie everything together.

I hope your mother is doing better and that you have a wonderful holiday weekend!

xoxo
Jane

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

I have those same napkins! Love the way you put them in your pretty glasses, and your china is so pretty. This looks like a great place to dine. laurie