"SHE's spending too much time in the dining-room today and completely ignoring our needs.
We will have to have a 'family meeting' soon. I won't have this."
I shut the door to the dining-room and the cats have their tails in a knot.
Sierra thinks it's a CATastrophe.
She's threatening to leave with the mail-man (and he'll take her).
They DO NOT appreciate closed doors.
Today I decided to bite the bullet and do a small table-scape for all my dish-lovin' blog friends.
It's small because I take baby-steps with everything I do but the stew is hardy and good for a cool day.
I love blue and brown together.
This plate was made in Malvern, England.
Here is the tureen I got for my birthday. I think it's beautiful.
The salt and pepper shakers were my mom's .
This little pottery bowl will hold the butter for the baguette. It was a gift from my friend, Christine.
I treasure it.
Of course, we will end dinner with a good cup of hot tea.
Do you see Kanie's painting on the wall?
Look close at my napkins.
How could I not buy these.
So that's a simple little table-scape for a Friday night dinner.
Vegetarian stew, anyone?
It's raining and pouring and all the cat's are snoring. Even Audrey, thank God.
I'll give you the stew recipe soon. I am off to do the cat-sitting dinner rounds.
"Hang on kitties...I'm coming"
Have a great evening, everyone.
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