Sunday, October 5, 2008

FALL TABLE SETTING


This has been a very busy and fun weekend with my son and his family home from Louisiana. Today was my husband's birthday so we celebrated all weekend! Of course I have already told you that my DIL and I went to Homestead Hollow on Friday while my husband and son kept their three girls. My daughter wasn't able to take a day off from school to go with us because it was Homecoming and the parade festivities would be too much to leave with a substitute. On Friday night we all went to the football game. My husband coached football there for 29 years before retiring a few years ago. We saw many former students and friends and enjoyed the victory. On Saturday we had a friend, who is a wonderful photographer, come here and make pictures of all the kids (all six of them). She made pictures outside, in the cotton fields, on the railroad tracks, and in the pastures. I cannot wait to get these and of course, being a proud grandmother, will share some with you.
Now for the table setting....I got the idea from Susie for my dining room table. She posted this several weeks back and I found my placemats and napkins at the thrift store for a very cheap price. I got the pumpkins at the dollar store and the centerpiece is just Indian corn and gourds and pumpkins from the produce stand......very simple.....but very fall!
I hope you all had a wonderful weekend.

7 comments:

Tomatoe Creek Prims said...

Looks just wonderfull and love the pumpkins place on your dishes, looks very fallish!
Rondell

simple~needs said...

the table looks great!!
you did a wonderful job. :)

basketsnprims said...

Looks very festive & fallish.

Pam

Joy said...

Your table decor looks beautiful!
Thanks for taking us along to the festival. It looks like you had a great time.
I think you did a great job making that cute little pumpkin head. You could make a whole family with different expressions on their faces.
Have a wonderful week.

carolyn at cranberry crossings: said...

Simple is best in my book! I love your table scape!
And I look forward to seeing the portraits you had made! They sound so wonderful!

Darlene said...

I LOVE your table setting and it sounds like you had a FABULOUS weekend!!

Linda said...

Hi Sue!

Sounds like you had a wonderful weekend too! HAPPY BIRTHDAY to you DH!! The table looks wonderful and I can only imagine your anticipation in seeing the new pics of the family. How nice to have a friend who can do that in your own setting!