Food, dogs, gardening, books.
Totally gorgeous -- and I'll bet it all tasted as good as it looks. It's so beautiful that I'm linking back to this post from my own not-nearly-as-beautiful Christmas Eve post.
hey its time for round two...ding ding
Nope, not full at all. On the way to a duck dinner in Colorado Springs, our fuel pump gave out, so spent the afternoon waiting for a tow truck. Back at home, we had leftovers and watched Miracle on 34th Street with mulled wine. It was rather a slim ending to the year. We live vicariously through you!Happy New Year!Dani
Were you at my house? Green table cloth, green rimmed plates laden with beef and other nummies, crackers ready for popping... it sure looks like my house.
Thanks, Claire! It was super-delicious. The tenderloin especially.db, I can't possibly. I'll explode!Aw, Dani, that's a bummer! At least you had some wine for consolation.Betts, are you my aunt in disguise? She always lays a lovely table. One great tip I learned from her is to buy cheap felt for a table cloth, then gussy it up with a pretty runner. If someone spills on it, you won't cry, and you can always cut off stained parts and repurpose the fabric for craft projects.