Sunday, August 30, 2009

Let There Be White the Second Edition

I doubt many of you noticed, but I've been away from the computer for a week. My parents, my sister, one of my brothers and a good family friend came out from Louisiana for a visit. We spent the week doing a lot of fun things and seeing some pretty outstanding sights and I hope to share many of them on the blog in the near future. The best part though was having everyone here to enjoy them with me! While I was busy with the family, I missed an event that my good friend Kathleen over at Cuisine Kathleen hosted. I really had wanted to do my post ahead of time, but life got in the way! When my sister got here she had brought me a gift that fit Kathleen's theme..Let There Be White to a tee! So I knew I was going to participate after all..just a little (or a lot) late!! I know there were so many other amazing and elaborate tablesettings, but simple as mine may be...there's a lot of heart in it! For this event Kathleen asked us to showcase white and one other color. I went with White and Red

See the beautiful cabbage leaf plates my sister Cindy gave me? They will look great with my pink cabbage bowls too :-)

Please go check out all of the other sparkly white posts over at Kathleens! Thanks for letting me be tardy teacher.


Dishesdone said...

Your sister has great taste, Suzy, those are really pretty dishes! and perfect with the reds! Looks great! and always better late than never! We missed you!

Cynthia said...

Suzy, how fun to have a house full of family visiting AND bringing gifts.

The red and white bowl is very nice, such a pretty pattern. The white cabbage plates are beautiful and very unique. I've seen lots of cabbage dishes in a variety of colors but never white. Lovely .....

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

Never too late :) Suzy, those dishes are beautiful! How pretty they look with red...but doesn't everything?

Kathleen said...

Those are beautiful dishes, Suzy! Your sister is feeding your addiction, love it!
I knew you were on a staycation, you had a house full, I appreciate you taking part in the party!
Thank you, dear friend!

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