Funny thing, though. I go a week with absolutely NO appetite, some days only drinking liquids, and having a bit of soup. Did I lose one single lousy pound???? Of course not. Just my luck. You'd think SOMETHING good might come of being sick, but NOOOO!! Ok, I take that back. The good that comes from being sick is being thankful for health. I know I take my health for granted, and when I don't have it, I realize that without it, there's not much left. There was no blogging or tablesetting last week, so if I didn't get to visit with you, I apologize. So here's to good health!!
Simple and casual tonight!! I'm using an April Cornell brown floral runner with shades of greens and blues.
Chargers and green dinner plates were purchased at Marshalls.
Blue salad plates were purchased at Dillard's last summer.
Silverware is the Mikasa that I won from Anita's Far Above Rubies a few months back.
The goblets look more turquoise blue in person, they are looking a bit too green in these pictures! Anyway, they were a great thrift find. The wines were my Mom's.
Napkins are vintage, and are edged with a very light blue. They were also my Mom's.
Acuba made a great filler for an arrangement. It's the only thing in the yard that's still green that doesn't remind me of Christmas.
Candleholders are from Southern Living at Home.
Well, there you have it. Not real fancy this week, but I am happy to be back.
Thanks for stopping by! Spring is less than a month away! Woohoo!!!!!!