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Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Table for One-Simple Summer Supper!

Hi everyone!
I'm joining Tablescape Thursday and Simple Pleasures with a simple setting that represents the best of summer to me, flowers and tomatoes from the garden, corn on the cob and some meat off the grill! I hear pork's pretty good:@)

Corelle Wildflower pattern, I found a couple plates at the thrift store 79 cents each. I like to pick up different patterns as I see them, because apparently, one can never have enough dishes! 
And speaking of that...
Don't forget to enter my give-away for this milk glass basket! HERE
Please stop by Susan's and see what everyone else dishes up!
Have a happy day!

35 comments:

  1. What a cute tablescape...oh I do hope I win that very sweet little basket...I have the larger one and how pretty they would be sitting side by side. I did post your give away on my blog. Have a wonderful day! Hugs, Jenn

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  2. Since I started my blog almost a year ago, I can't tell you how many dishes have come to live at my house. The tomatoes look so pretty in the basket...they just scream summer! Your "new" plates are really cute.

    Sue

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  3. What a pretty summer tablescape!

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  4. I hear pork's pretty good too! Love the fresh veggies from the garden. They look so pretty in the milkglass. Enjoy the last few weeks of summer!

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  5. What a pretty pattern! Love the milk glass basket of course!!

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  6. I have a bunch of that pattern but you can barely see the colours any more and the stripe around the edge...gone. They are so worn out. It was my favorite pattern and I still use them daily.

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  7. Those dishes are my Moms pattern, and they are SO pretty... I especially LOVE corelle for picnics, SO LIGHT to carry in and out... and they keep coming out with the BEST patterns... LOVE that little milkglass basket, I was just out analyzing my gardens as to the hydrangea bloom that would look best in it..Hmmmm... there were Dr. Seuss "dust specks floating in the air" and I can't help to stop and listen to see if there were any cries for help....NOPE, all is well in Whoville!
    Love your little vignette, it's so cute!
    Hugs, Donna

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  8. Get that table set for two, I'm on my way over! Chuckle! Very pretty setting, my friend.

    Have a beautiful summer's eve ~
    TTFN ~ Marydon

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  9. I'm joining Marydon so set it for three! :)

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  10. I would like nothing better than having big, juicy tomato and corn on the cob. I dearly love both of them.

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  11. How about 4? I'd love to party with you gals!!! Your flowers are so bright and pretty, Lynn.

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  12. So sweet and I love the flower patten on the dishes.

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  13. We had exactly the same meal tonight...corn on the cob, our own heirloom tomatoes & cucumbers as well as meat off the grill! Doesn't get any better!

    Very pretty place for just one to dine...good for you for making it special. :D

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  14. Very pretty :) Loved your space !!
    Do stay in touch !

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  15. Perfect for a simple Summer supper! Jacqueline

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  16. I love the happy orange flowers in your dishes best of all. They pop, just the way a summer dish ought to.

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  17. Lynn, I love the milk glass basket and I'm heading over to enter your giveaway. The dishes are pretty and colorful. You are absolutely right - you cannot possibly own too many dishes!
    Blessings and hugs, Beth

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  18. Lynn, I am now officially a follower. I don't want you to think I'm following just because of your giveaway - I do read your blog often and I thoroughly enjoy it. Have a wonderful week, Lynn!
    blessings, Beth

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  19. Pretty summery table. Corn on the cob sounds great!

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  20. Okay, those were my first dishes in 1979 in my first apartment! You just gave me chills. Nice to know my taste stood the test of time.

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  21. I found you through the Rooster Party. I too love milk glass and would love a chance to win the lovely basket. I just signed up to be a follower. Love & blessings from NC!

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  22. Hmmm--those dishes look very familiar but I had forgotten about them I'm pretty sure my mother had some when I was little. Did they come with an orange saucer for the teacup? I'm glad you liked the little pig on my post today. I actually thought about you when I was writing about him! Linda

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  23. Very pretty! Those tomatoes look so pretty in that white basket dish!

    Katherine

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  24. A great summer tablescape, and I love the tomatoes as a centerpiece...neat idea. Thank you for sharing your charming design. Cherry Kay

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  25. Love how the flowers in the vase match the dishes perfectly. And the tomatoes...so cute.

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  26. ooh yes Pork is the other white meat! great on a grill. I like to brush mine with a bit of lemon oil (lime oil too). Your flowers go so well with the dishes. and you are right -one can never have enough dishes --------------or shoes!

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  27. Nothing better that good garden vegetables for a great summer supper! Charming table you've set. Thanks for your very kind visit to my table this week.

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  28. Hi, Lynn. Love your simple summer supper plans, and the charming table. Thanks for linking up with Simple Pleasures today.

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  29. What a happy table! Great finds with your plates, they are perfect for this setting! Thanks so much for sharing and dropping by to visit.
    Sharlotte

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  30. Oh no, where are the pigs? I so look forward to them each week and though I'm missing them, this table is pretty cute.

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  31. Fresh tomatoes, corn and the cob, and meat from the grill...It doesn't get much better than this. :)

    Blessings,
    Joan

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  32. I didn't know that Corelle made such cute dishes. Oh, those tomatoes look delicious!

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  33. Oh, I love your blog!
    I am your newest follower!
    Thank you for sharing!
    Leticia

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