Give Thanks for Family on Thanksgiving I was privileged to be invited to join this lovely Thanksgiving Tablescape Tour today. Katie from Katherine’s Corner is hosting and she is one talented lady! She designed my header a few years back and continues to help me out whenever I have a question. Thank you, Katie, for… Continue reading Give Thanks for Family in Your Centerpiece
Count your blessings, name them one by one, Count your blessings, see what God hath done! Count your blessings, name them one by one, *Count your many blessings, see what God hath done. [*And it will surprise you what the Lord hath done.] You are one of my blessings, and I thank the Lord for… Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving!
Turkey Day is almost here! Are you planning your menu, shopping ahead of time and setting the table with your finest? Today, I am featuring some of my favorite Thanksgiving tablescapes. Here is a small sampling of other blogs that I love and that have great ideas for setting a pretty holiday table. The Painted… Continue reading Setting a Thanksgiving Table
A funny thing happened as we traveled over the river and through the woods for our Thanksgiving feast last week. We approached a traffic jam and I, being the helpful wife that I am, instructed my hubby-do, that he could get through the jam by following my finger pointing. The debate that followed was a clash… Continue reading Paranoia – Good or Bad?
Another reason to love my south is the beauty that peeps out of the ground in late August and September. Cotton fields are beautiful crops of white fluff. I’ve driven past these crops time and again, but I couldn’t do that again when the season had produced such incredible bolls.
In my experience, these gorgeous “blooms” are the true sign that fall is indeed in the air and it is usually about this time that I begin to decorate for fall.
This table top is done in all white as if it all came straight out of the cotton field.
I love the cotton fields and while I love wearing, sleeping in and using cotton in my home, it is always a little sad to see the stripped plants after harvest. But, this is one more reason to celebrate fall, the culmination of harvest season. It won’t be long now until we are preparing all those delicious meals for Thanksgiving.