Do you know Joyce from Flour Power? She is the gal that does a lot of baking for our troops and ships them her delicious cookies..
If you go to her blog in the sidebar you will see a button for Operation Baking Gals. You can get the info there.
Thanks Joyce for bringing a bit of home to our troops overseas!
Imagine my surprise when a box arrived from Joyce filled with Southern “thangs”. Joyce is a displaced NYer who ended up in the land of cotton :) They must love her accent!
An adorable cupcake apron, some Peach Salsa , Smoky BBQ sauce, delicious Meyer Lemon cookies, Cheese straws, cupcake papers, note cards, a reusable shopping bag, and an adorable catalog , Summer at the Seashore by Vera Bradley, complete with beachy paper dolls!
Joyce summers in Hilton Head, and will show us the sights this summer on her blog. Do drop in and say hello.
Tell her the New Yawker sent you, LOL
And thank you dear, Joyce..I loved everything!
I am joining Susan at Between Naps on the Porch for Tablescape Thursday.
Instead of a big table , I am showing you a few of the little settings I do for an every night dinner..The way we eat every night..no bells and whistles..When I was working , the table got set, but not much variation.
The aqua charger and salad are from Pier One..a few years ago.
The aqua stems..about 20 yrs old!
Placemats TJMAXX, same striped napkins, 20 yrs old..Plate from WSonoma outlet..
Green plates, Dollar Tree, ruffled bowl HG, napkin V and B via HG.
Placemats, HG, Pier One black plates , Stems Pfaltzgraff, white lace salad, Christmas Tree Shop, alabaster napkin ring, WSonoma outlet.
The place mats were a dollar, napkins from Kohls a few years ago..Lighthouse tea light holders…I forget..:)
Shells for napkin holders from the beach at Casey Key, Fla, some from my friend Ellen and some from Monique at La Table de Nana..
So that’s the truth, just fun little settings for two!
Next week will be a Memorial Day Table or Uncle Sam’s Supper..:)
Thanks for visiting!
June 2nd at The Tablescapers.. (those really are some of her million dishes) oh my!