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Welcome to my Home, where

dinner_table

the table is set 

My home this week has been in preparations for a dinner party of 18 tonight.

The Tea Room is hosting a get-together for a group who want to practice their French skills and have an evening meal.  I’ll be bringing  the French Gardener (Jardinier Français) in from outdoors and putting him in a suit and a bowler hat. I’ll need him to scrub the dirt from under his nails so he can be presentable as well as entertaining.

extra_teacupsI share tea cups

tea_cartwhere I put my coffee mugs.

breadHome is where the smell of fresh baked bread lingers, 

reflectionshome offers memories and reflections

hatsand home is where I hang my hats.

One can never be lonely when they have hats and tea cups.

Dinner

Butternut squash soup, with caramelized onions and cream,

Stuffed roasted pork wrapped in bacon

Mashed potatoes flavoured with roasted red pepper

Oven roasted turnip, parsnip & carrot

and for dessert

Peach cobbler and vanilla ice cream

Everyone had a wonderful evening meal and the ladies put on hats, everyone was trying them on turning into someone new and taking pictures, laughing and having a great time.

I’m linking and sharing my Home with Sandi where she is hosting a special all about home party to remind us of sharing, love, friendships and special things around our home, come and visit others, you’ll be glad you did.

God Bless,

Cindy

 


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Coming over the bridge to Prince Edward Island was an amazing feeling.  

Not that we didn’t enjoy the past 4 months adventures:

volunteering Occupy Sandy on Staten Island, beachcombing the many beaches, visiting places like; Jekyll Island, St. Augustine,  Jacksonville, Savannah, Charleston, New York, Florida, water parks, Gaterland, airboating, seaglassing, aquariums, plantations, historic sites, oh and the list goes on. Oh and best of all this was the first Christmas away from home and spent with Jennifer and the kids in North Carolina.RV living is fun, but we are planning if we do this regularly we have to do it in a much larger RV.  

We are home now, opening a ton of mail, Christmas Cards, getting the Tea Room ready, visiting everyone, planning a party for a little get-together with friends, a Spring Tea, and starting Zumba classes here on Mondays and Wednesdays. Wow, I can’t imagine why I’m so tired.

Tonight the time changes, going back will give us a longer day and bring us that much closer to Spring I can only hope. Looking out the backyard this morning at my gardens and pond, I found my imagination digging in the dirt.

I can only hope all the fish make it through the Winter

Time will tell, not much has changed though I still wake early 🙂

Till tomorrow, grandma ~00~

 

 


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