Happy Holiday Season 2016

Happy Holiday Season 2016
HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON 2016

Sunday, November 6, 2016

October Rosary Tea


Hello sweet friends !

I haven't been able to host my monthly Rosary prayers for a couple of months, with my ten sweet friends because all the remodeling we've been doing, so they were held at mother's house twice.

I was so lucky that I had fixed the flowers and cleaned the house by the last Wednesday of October because my birthday luncheon was the Friday of the same week, (as some of you know from my last post); therefore, all I had to do is set the table for ten ladies with my Mil's gorgeous hand crocheted tablecloth and my beloved English red transferware for tea time.

The Rosary tea is held every last Wednesday of the month to pray for world peace, for the ill, for people that are going thru hard times, our families and friends and I can have requests from you as well. I will be very happy to oblige, as I have done it in the past.


I still cannot believe my Mil left us this gorgeous crochet tablecloth I've always admired in her lovely settings and beautiful house.

My beloved Red English transferware, a set for twelve place settings for tea time, plus two teapots, creamers and sugar bowl and three serving pieces.

I said at the beginning of this post that I was lucky to have fixed flowers and all cause the same week, on Friday I was gonna host my 'own birthday luncheon,' lol..

The crystal and mercury glass pedestal candle holders are something I just gifted myself...hehehe..


The figurine of two young country girls making sausages was hand sculptured by an artist at our past Ceramic Co.

The other figurine is an Ecuadorian indigenous girl making potato dumplings, also hand made at our former Ceramic Co. Monte Turi.

I thought they were cute in for the luncheon as well, that's why they're displayed in my birthday setting on my last post again.

The same arrangement done on my old German crystal basket from many, many years ago.





Thank you so much dear friends for your sweet comments, they always make my day !

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

LOVE,
FABBY

I will join:

Dishing it & Digging it
www.lifeandlinda.com

November Tea Cup Tuesday
www.marthasfavorites.com

Amaze Me Monday
http://www.dwellings-theheartofyourhome.com

Monday Social
https://botanicblue.blogspot.com

Inspire Me Tuesday
http://astrollthrulife.net

The SCOOP
http://confessionsofaplateaddict.blogspot.com

TUESDAYS AT OUR HOME
http://mariaelenasdecor.blogspot.com

Create Link Inspire Party
http://nap-timecreation.com

Share Your Style
www.thevintagenestblog.com

Home and Garden Thursday
www.adelightsomelife.com

Home Sweet Home
http://thecharmofhome.blogspot.com

Grace at Home
www.impartinggrace.com

Thoughts of Home on Thursday
www.athomewithjemma.com

Tablescape Thursday
http://betweennapsontheporch.net

Anything Goes PINK Saturday
http:///howsweetthesound.typepad.com

Saturday Blog hop
www.sunnysimplelife.com

Saturday Sparks
http://peacedpastimes.blogspot.com

Dishing & Digging it
www.lifeandlinda.com



















 

26 comments:

Louise M said...

I really enjoy your posts about the rosary teas. It reminds me what is important in life. When my sister-in-law was dying of cancer, your group prayed for her and I know it helped. Of course, her life came to its conclusion, as happens for all of us. But there is great comfort in prayer. Continue your loving support for all those in need. It works.

Linda said...

I, too, admire your rosary teas. Prayer is so very needed in our world today just as it's always been. What a blessing your tea ladies are to so many. Your table setting is beautiful as always!

janice15 said...

Rosery tea sounds wonderful.. At church was about Love and faith and hope but you need the love to built the hope and faith because with out the love there isn't hope and faith... Its all very nice to pray for everyone.. Happy Sunday evening with love Janice

Bookie said...

A rosary tea! How clever, why didn't I think of that! Right now I am fighting stage 4 ovarian cancer so I can't pull it together but I wish I had done something like this earlier in my life! Good for you...how wonderful you are.

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi Fabby: I wanted you to know that this morning I was praying for you. The Lord put you on my heart. I do hope you are well. I will continue to lift you up in prayer until I feel the Lord releases me. Have a wonderful week. Your transferware is stunning. Hugs, Martha

Pat Cantwell said...

Fabby,
An elegantly set October Rosary Tea, dear friend!
Your mother~in~law knew you would cherish this crocheted cloth as much as she did, I'm sure!
The transfer ware in red is something I've been considering lately.
I haven't completed decided, but you're making the convincing much easier as I view this lovely tablescape!
The figurines are precious upon your table!
I am so~o~o thankful for your prayers for others with others, dear one!
You are a continual blessing in my life!
Fondly,
Pat

podso said...

I always like seeing your red and white transfer ware too! Lovely table settings.

Margie said...

Happy Belated Birthday, Fabby! Your red transferwares look beautiful with the crochet tablecloth.

Shannon @ Belle Bleu Interiors said...

Fabby, your table setting looks absolutely beautiful. The crocheted tablecloth is stunning...so gorgeous! I adore your red transferware. I have so many dishes, but have been tempted to start a collection of red transferware. I hope that you have a wonderful rest of your week!!!

Lori -thestonybrookhouse said...

Wow! Beautiful. That crocheted tablecloth is amazing! Such intricate detail! Thanks for sharing at DI & DI. :)

Deborah Montgomery said...

What a beautiful table setting Fabby. That crocheted tablecloth is gorgeous, and of course I love red transfer ware, having a little collection myself. Bless you ladies for your faithful prayers. Love, Deborah

Creations By Cindy said...

Love your table Fabby. The yellow candles added a little pop to me and I love it. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Carol @Comfort Spring Station said...

The table looks lovely. My mom always liked lace on the table and your china is gorgeous.

Jann Olson said...

I love red transferware and have a small collection. Your table setting is gorgeous! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
hugs,
Jann

Entertaining Women said...

I think that it is God's intent that a good number of us are blogging about something to do with prayer. Your rosary tea is beautiful. You'll never go wrong using your grandmother's gorgeous crocheted tablecloth. Thanks for inviting us for a peek. Cherry Kay

Anonymous said...

How lovely! Your rosary teas are an inspiration. Thank you for sharing.

Crystal Grandeur said...

Beautiful table with the pretty table cloth. Love the pink transferware. Thank you for the rosary that you are having every week. Hugs Sujatha.

AnnMarie aka Vintage Junkie aka NaNa said...

Very pretty table and it sounds like a wonderful tea and prayer time. I love the transferware!

Sylvia said...

Fabby, That is a gorgeous tablecloth. Happy Birthday and tea time. The table looks great! Sylvia D.

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Fabby,
Lovely setting again and oh my, did our prayers have an impact on our world we all live in today!
Thanks for your faithfulness dear friend.
Hugs and happy weekend.
Mariette

Lady of the Manor said...

I love to see your rosary teas and really enjoy seeing that red transfer ware! Your mil's gorgeous tablecloth is a treasure. Hope you are well. We are just about moved in. It's been a busy few months here.

Cindy @ Dwellings-The Heart of Your Home said...

It is always a treat visiting you Fabby; your tablescapes are always delightful!
Thanks so much for sharing at AMAZE ME MONDAY!
Blessings,
Cindy

Eilis said...

What a beautiful table and beautiful reason for gathering. Love this idea! Thank you for sharing at Monday Social. We hope you'll share another post this week. http://www.myheartliveshere.com/2016/11/monday-social-10.html

Summer said...

Such a charming table♥

The Charm of Home said...

So beautiful! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!

Red Rose Alley said...

This is such a beautiful time that you spend with your friends. The rosary is very special, and I also say it often. Your table is so nice. Please include me in your prayers, Fabby, I would appreciate it so much. :)

Thank you, my dear.

love, ~Sheri