Good morning sleepy heads! Before I tell you about this
tablescape, I have to tell you about a cute little story my husband
told me last night. We were in the midst of deciding about where
we should go for an upcoming vacation when David mentioned that
he would like to spend one day in Kerrville, Texas to visit his old
summer camp. So he looked up Camp Rio Vista and we found
lots of photos. He showed me the cabin he stayed in every summer
and told me a story about Reveille.
Each morning the camp director put on a really scratchy old
record and played Reveille for the boys as they stood at
attention in their underwear. Must have been quite a sight!
That little story inspired me to an up with the chickens and
roos breakfast tablescape.
Yesterday I told you about the charming shop called Olivine that
I visited last Saturday. There was no way I was leaving that shop
empty handed, so I bought these charming Le Cadeaux salad plates.
They look so cute on a breakfast table, or luncheon or whatever.
Do you remember when I made this bread bag out of a vintage tea
towel? I love bread bags. Allows the bread to breathe.
Those French doors lead out to the back porch. Notice how
they are wet with dew. It is so very humid here and in the
morning all of the windows of our house are covered with
a coating of dew that slowly fades as the morning progresses.
It will be a couple more hours before the dew disappears.
Hope you enjoyed your visit and thanks for stopping by!
By the way ~ David still has his Rio Vista "white arrow" for
being such a good little camper. It's kept with his other
trophies. We are all very sentimental saps around this
Big Texas Hugs,
Susan and Bentley