Hoping all of you had a successful Thanksgiving.
Mr. and I cooked for his family today.
We had dinner at 5, so we were able to take it easy in the
morning and watch the parade and a little football.
Here is my table, not as elaborate as some, but
it is still with china and crystal.
My centerpiece was my silver compote surrounded by small candles.
I used my Grandmother's Johnson Brother plates. My Great Great
Grandparents silver I had shown you in a earlier post, I have
never used it before.
Vintage place cards
My Waterford crystal
Mixed in, a few of my Great Great Grandparents glasses
They look so colonial to me.
Great Grandmother's Ironstone gravy
My Mother's Holly Fostoria s/p shakers
Cooked in my Grandmother's roaster
What if I look adorable?
Mr. very happy with how the turkey turned out in
our new oven with the "perfect turkey" feature
A good time had by all!
My beautiful 87 year old MIL at the head of the table.
My SIL's and nieces helped clean up everything,
and I am so grateful because tomorrow it is back to work for me.