Thursday, September 17, 2015

Autumn Tablescape on the Patio


As you can see, it's very green around my patio.  No fall color here,
nor will there ever be.  The azaleas stay green all year round.  So any
touches of fall have to be brought in from other sources.





The heat and humidity have returned.  Our brief respite lasted two days
last weekend and now the steam bath has returned.



I am trying to recover from what I thought was a cold but has turned into
a much nastier virus.  I really hate being sick and I am a lousy patient.
I would really rather be up and around and busy doing things instead
of being a couch potato, but that is all I can handle right now.
Hope everything is well with you.


Big Texas Hugs,
Susan and Bentley




38 comments:

  1. I am so sorry you don't feel well, Susan. I hope you are on your feet soon. Your table looks gorgeous. I adore the red!! :)

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  2. So sorry you aren't feeling well, Susan. Hope you are on the mend and can enjoy all that nasty humidity. Just kidding. It is enough to make you sick!

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    1. I just stay inside when it's so humid ~ even when I am feeling well.

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  3. Dear Susan ... such a pretty fall setting. I hope that you are on the mend very soon. Hugs ♥ Teri

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  4. Such a beautiful autumn tablescape. Hope you are feeling better soon!

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  5. No color here in Dallas either, Susan. In a month or so the leaves will fall off the trees but not much color goes along with that process. Your table is so pretty! Hope you feel better.

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    1. When David and I were first married we lived in the countryside in Virginia. The color and the fall festivals were the best I have ever seen. You and I should get a whole group of Texans together and make the trip east one year so we can take in all the splendor!

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  6. What a gorgeous table setting! Get well soon.

    Judy

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  7. Well you do a lovely job Susan incorporating the season with your fall touches. Sorry you are illen. Hope your recover quickly. It does stink being a couch potato, but sometimes we have to do it. It was so nice to see you on my blog:) Happy Fall. xo

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  8. Absolutely beautiful! I hope you feel better soon!
    Jennelise xo

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  9. I love this sort of cherry red for Fall. Your table is gorgeous.
    Please get better soon,
    Hugs to Bentley as well.
    FABBY

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  10. Beautiful and I love that china pattern! Spode right?!!...Hope you feel better!!!!

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    1. It's "Rose Chintz" by Johnson Brothers. One of my favorite patterns ~ but then I am a dishaholic ;-)

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  11. Feel better soon, Susan! Love your Rose Chintz vignette. I never tire of seeing it. Take care of yourself. Visiting from Sherry's HSH.

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    1. You must love that pattern since that's the name of your cottage :-)

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  12. Beautiful table! I like the combination of patterns. I hope you are feeling better soon!

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    1. I do love to combine patterns don't I? I'm trying hard to beat this bug!!

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  13. I hope you feel better soon Susan. My daughter just came home from work sick, ugh. Love this setting and like you we bring our Fall in until late Oct some time.

    Linda

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    1. I hope your daughter doesn't have this. Robin has it and Claudia too. It's a nasty old bug!

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  14. Love that great china and wish you improved health soon...

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    1. I love that pattern too and thanks for the visit and the well wishes!

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  15. Was thinking today about whether or not to get a flu shot. Have not gotten one in several years now. Some of my friends get one...some do not.I used to get the flu almost every year but have not had the flu now for several years. Let me tell you...honey it ain't no fun! Take care. You do not want this to develope into something worse. Get well soon. Your tablescape is gorgeous. I keep looking at your rose china. It is absolutely to die for!

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  16. I have the same set of dishes as you do, and never thought to use them in a fall setting...pretty! I hope you are feeling better soon. I'm not good at being sick either.

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  17. Hi I love your pretty tablescape. I do hope you feel better soon.

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  18. Oh I love your tablescape! My favorite colors! Blessings to you and have a wonderful weekend! Lynn

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  19. Love your tablescape. The dishes are beautiful. We don't get a lot of Fall around here in So CA either. Fall I love so much, but maybe we will get a little.
    Feel better and take care of yourself. Be a couch potato with Bentley. Bet he loves to snuggle.
    Mary

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  20. What a pretty tablescape, Susan, and with one of my favorite patterns. I only have Rose Chintz in a teacup, but I love to use it.
    I hope you feel better soon. Take care!!

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  21. Susan, hope you are feeling better! I am drooling over your checkered pitcher. Your entire table is so inviting and I love the glittery acorns! Thanks for sharing with SYC. I will be featuring you this week.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  22. This looks great Susan! Hope you are feeling better! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!

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