Sunday, June 28, 2015

FABBY: Last Wednesday of June's Rosary Prayer

Hello sweet friends!

Although I haven't posted the Rosary table settings for the last couple of months it doesn't mean I've stopped hosting the prayers, though.
I still do and here is again last Wednesday's table spread for our tea after prayers.

I used our green china with shamrocks I always set for St. Pat's Day and I have forgotten about it since!

This china was also made back at 'Monte Turi, our former Ceramic Co.'
I liked it cause it's summery, with a green background and blue in the edges, and colorful flowers.


I think the green and floral china is very summery against the yellow table topper.

This is a yellow silk moiré tablecloth I repurposed from my old living room drapes too.

The tea food is very humble cause it's not a social gathering.
I usually serve bread, cheese, home made jams and sometimes some small cookies.

Mother's sterling tea spoons from her First Communion, back in 1937, when she was a seven year old. Mother is 85 now.

She gave me a dozen she had left, several years ago.

Please remember we will pray for anything you would like us to.

Thank you so much for your sweet and kind comments, as you always make my day!

Thanking the lovely hostesses for having me at their great parties.


I will be joining:

Make it Pretty Monday
Inspire Me Tuesday
MMM #284 Block Party
BLUE Monday
Tea Time in Summertime
Tuesdays Cuppa Tea
Show and Share
Mix it up Monday
A Return to Loveliness

The SCOOP Party
You're Gonna Love it



Vel Criste said...

I love the summery colors of your setting Fabby! Lovely as always!!! Congrats on the coming grand baby!!! So happy for you all!

Julie's Lifestyle said...

Hi Fabby,
What a pretty table you had set for your Rosary Prayer group and as usual very beautiful. Wishing you a lovely week!
Julie xo

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

Hi dear Fabby,
Your dishes are just so gorgeous, and yes so summery, too. I love that you have a humble spread for your Rosary group.
Please pray for my son, Mike, that when he has the spinal cord transmitter implant surgery, it will bring him pain relief. Thank you, Fabby!
xo, Kitty

NanaDiana said...

Fabby- I knew you were praying even if you didn't show table settings for it. Thank you for taking your prayer life so seriously. God bless you- You will never know how many souls you have touched with your least in this world you won't...but you will someday. xo Diana

Rebecca said...

Wow! I like everything about this table setting. The beautiful colors of the china, the simplicity of the refreshments, and prayer!

Barbara F. said...

Beautiful table, as always. Love what you serve for the prayer group. Perfect. Have a wonderful summer.

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Fabby, as always, you set a wonderful and 'summery' table. The food looks wonderful too and we all appreciate your many prayers for others. Thank you for sharing and have a beautiful day.


Creations By Cindy said...

Fabby, I just everything you do girl! Those darling tea cups are precious! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Kim said...

Your table is lovely, as always, Fabby. I get a kick out of every one you set. What a wonderful reason for a get together.

SmilingSally said...

Hi Fabby,

Those Blue blooms really pop out, don't they? Thanks for making Blue Monday special.

Happy Blue Monday!

Snap said...

Your Rosary teas are always so pretty. Love the green! Happy Monday!

Lujan Fraix said...

Hola Fabby
La verdad es que tuve que ampliar las fotos para ver bien esas porcelanas tan bonitas, todo tan maravilloso. Te felicito por el buen gusto, un placer venir a ver esas "joyas" que tienes.
Un beso grande querida amiga.

librarylady64 said...

Beautiful china and tablescape! Love the colors
Joy @ Books and Life

Louise Michie said...

Beautiful china. The cups are just so playful and pretty.

Tea in Texas said...

The china you and your huband created is absolutely gorgeous. I love viewing the different patterns, This is one of my faovrite patterns and love the green with the bold flowers. The yellow tablecloth is so elegant and a perfect touch for these settings. I am so glad you have a group to come in your home and share the prayers. Have a blessed week!

Take care, Pam

Micupoftea said...

What pretty dishes...the table looks wonderful! I really like the rooster tureen, too. How nice that you invite others to share fellowship and a meal. Happy Summertime :)

Margie said...

Very pretty, Fabby! I also love your beautiful tea chest.

Bernideen said...


I always enjoy your beautiful table settings. I imagine a collage picture of them all would be fabulous! Lovely!

Deborah Montgomery said...

Just lovely Fabby. You always set such a beautiful table.

Crystal Grandeur said...

Lovely dishes Fabby. Very soothing set up. The flowers are pretty. Hope you had a relaxed time on this table with rest of your guests. Love Sujatha:)