Can you handle yet another Thanksgiving table setting?
....or maybe two?
(now I'm really pushing it) how about three different table settings?
When you've got a house with small rooms and lots of family and friends coming over for Thanksgiving dinner, it means not everyone will be seated at the same table.
In fact they won't even all be in the same room.
You have just viewed the first table in what we call the "Bomb Shelter" room. One day soon it will become a rustic office, but right now it is a bit under construction and looks like it's been "bombed out".
Amazing what a little cropping can do.
I hope I remembered to tell everyone to bring their hardhats?
Next up is the actual dining room proper.
It features my mother's china and brown goblets she receive for her wedding.
They have always been a Thanksgiving favorite.
Everything is lined up and ready for the feast.
A lucky few will be seated in the kitchen, with in striking distance of the buffet.
This table also has my mother's dishes but I added some homemade napkins and placemats. I finally figured out how to get my serger to do a rolled hem and I've been going crazy making all kinds of cloth napkins.
Now that I stand back and look at that menu board....no wonder I'm tired
So there you have it, three tables to choose from. But I'm guessing the turkey will taste about the same from any spot.
I'm wishing you and yours a day of full thankful hearts and perhaps an empty calorie or two!