Once again, I've missed you all terribly. Let's just say that it's been an interesting year health wise, but as of now I'm feeling and moving better than I've felt and moved in years. I'm pretty excited about the possibilities. I'm going to give my blog another go. I certainly have a backlog of tablescapes to share with you. At times I'll probably share two tables at a time, or I'll never catch up.
This luncheon took place in early February, 2015. A small group of close friends joined me for lunch, and the menu was Soup Soup. Soup Soup is a wonderful company that literally makes homemade meals and stocks the display cases every single day for customers to come by and pick up meals or a la carte items to go. They will even accept a recipe that you particularly like and prepare it especially for you. When I say home cooking, I mean home cooking. I may never cook again. Come on in. We're dining in the living room at the games table.
I'm a died in the wool blue and white girl, and once I move past the holidays and hit the first of the year, I find myself heading straight for the blues and whites again and again.
Water was served in the Goddinger Sutton Place goblet, and the Libby cobalt goblet from Dollar Tree was available for guests who wanted wine with lunch.
It was a cold winter's day, and after lunch we visited long into the afternoon. At some point we all need to "Stop the World, I Want to Get Off." (Anthony Newley/Leslie Bricusse musical from the early 60's. Most memorable song: "What Kind of Fool am I") Next time you're having one of those 'Stop the World' days, come on by. I'll pick up Soup Soup when I know you're on the way.
This week I'm joining:
Inspire Me Tuesday with Marty @ A Stroll Through Life
Tablescape Thursday with Susan at Between Naps on the Porch
Thoughts of Home with White Spray Paint