Hello sweet friends!
I want to say that we did pray for the friends that requested for the health and wellness of their loved ones that are sick and going through hard times because of it... and you know who you are.
Don't worry, I know sweet Jesus always listens!
Like I have explained in the two years of praying the 'Holy Rosary,' that after we have done our prayers and asked Him to protect the world of so much wars and for the sick of our families and yours, we usually proceed to the dining room for a very humble tea with a small assortment of breads, cheese and home made jam.
I used my white 'Italian Tognana' teacups and saucers. The white salad plates I bought separately specially for tea time use.
Blessings my friends.
|'Italian Tognana' white teacups and saucers. The white salad plates are bought separately.|
|White and blue table topper.|
|I recently bought the centerpiece flower vase, or small planter at the Chinese store on sale and quite inexpensive. Love the three small feet!|
|A small update on baby Maxima at two months old. |
We are crazy about her!
|And look at this angel! We are so blessed and so happy for our dearest daughter Alexandra and her husband.|
Bonjour ma chère Fabby,ReplyDelete
Je suis heureuse d'admirer ta petite-fille. Elle est un véritable petit ange, vraiment magnifique ! Toutes mes félicitations aux parents et bravo à toi pour ce grade dans la hiérarchie familiale.
J'aime la délicatesse de ces tasses blanches... ainsi que le pot à lait. Très original.
Je crois que je vais venir m'installer parmi vous !
Merci pour ce délicat billet.
Gros bisous ♡
First, your little angel - and she is truly angelic....though I see a twinkle in her eyes in the first photo. Grandchildren are such a wonderful gift, and granddaughter is certainly extra-special!ReplyDelete
I am always attracted to a blue and white table. I love colour, but the serenity of blue and white is lovely. Very appropriate for a Rosary Gathering!
Another lovely table setting, Fabby. Baby Maxima is adorable!ReplyDelete
Every time you set a table it is just beautiful, Fabby. You have wonderful taste! LOOK at that sweet baby Maxima! She is just darling- I bet you love her to pieces. Thank you for the prayers- I know you said we were included in them. I am humbled by that. Trying to get a few blog visits in tonight while hubby is feeling good. xo DianaReplyDelete
Fabby, your precious new granddaughter is adorable. I know you and your family are happy and proud.ReplyDelete
Your rosary teas are always special. Such a nice tradition.
Have a great weekend ahead.
The tablecloth ... the dishes ... and that precious baby ... a lovely post.ReplyDelete
Thanks for Sharing Your Cup!
Looks like you had another nice gathering. The Italian dishes are pretty and I like the blue tablecloth. Love the pictures of Maxima! She's beautiful- what a bundle of joy!ReplyDelete
Oh Dear Fabby, that grandgirl is beautiful! I could reach through this computer and kiss her little face! She looks as though she is dripping with sugar! As always, your table setting is beautiful. And I wish I had a piece of that bread right now!!! Hugs and blessings, CindyReplyDelete
Oh, Fabby, your little granddaughter is darling! What joy she will bring to you all. Your table setting is lovely as always and the blue and white is very nice. Thank you for sharing with us and have a wonderful weekend.ReplyDelete
Blessings upon you, dear friend, with your precious Granddaughter!!!
Such a precious, precious baby girl, indeed!!!
Love the blue tablecloth for your Rosary Tea!!!
Cute carton appearing pitcher, too!!!
I love that after your prayers, you take time for fellowship together!!!
Well, the fact that you gather for praying the Rosary is already wonderful and your setting for simple tea in white and blue is lovely too.
BUT I do love the pink angel with her content and happy smile most of all!
Precious little Máxima; a name like the Dutch Queen...
Blessings to all.
A wonderful and touching post. Bless you.ReplyDelete
Gabby, I love that blue tablecloth and it look great with all the white. Your granddaughter Maxima is just beautiful. DianneReplyDelete
Pretty table, but of course your Granddaughter outshines it all. She is so very beautiful. Congratulations again Fabby. I do hope you get to visit with her again soon.ReplyDelete
Oh Fabby, what a little gorgeous angel. I love those chubby cheeks. I can see why you are in love. Dios la bendiga.ReplyDelete
Your blue and white table is beautiful. Such a elegant table for your gathering.
She is adorable! Grangirls are the best!ReplyDelete
Chippy White Cottage
What a nice way to spend time praying with a group of friends or family. It is a celebration. I love the simplicity.ReplyDelete
It makes me feel good to hear when folks offer prayer and support to others. I keep a prayer list and say the prayers but it reminds me to check with folks I have agreed to pray for. Love the beautiful baby. Nothing grander.ReplyDelete
Praying the rosary for those who are in need and for world peace is a wonderful way to reach God through our blessed Mother, Fabby. God bless you! Your new granddaughter is so beautiful!ReplyDelete
Dear Fabby Thank you for praying the Rosary for the peace and wellness of the world. I must thank you for praying for our recent flood hit city Chennai.Now the city is back to normal. New born grand daughter is so cute and hope you are having awesome time with her. Love your pretty table with all your beautiful dishes. Hugs Sujatha:)ReplyDelete
Well I was going to say it's a beautiful tablescape. But that sweet baby.ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh. I forgot all about the tablescape. Congratulations. She is precious!
Such a lovely post Fabby. Your granddaughter is beautiful :) I really like your table settings, so pretty how you have set it all out.ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by Creative Mondays and the lovely comment ..
Gorgeous blue tablecloth! That grandbaby is a doll. Thanks for playing today.
Have a Beautiful Blue Monday!
You did an awesome job on the table setting. However, that sweet baby takes the prize.ReplyDelete
Beautiful winter whites, Fabby..but awww, your granddaughter. So sweet! What a little doll.ReplyDelete
Beautiful baby! Love your pretty tablescape and really love those crystal candlesticks.ReplyDelete
Your table looks lovely and I enjoyed those teacups and dishes. Have a wonderful week and enjoy this brand new month.ReplyDelete
Hi Fabby, what a beautiful table setting. The tablecloth is quite lovely. I love the soft blue, I guess I need more blue. I will admire yours....LO, Baby Maxima is so cute. Enjoy her. Thanks for linking up to Table It Link Party. xoReplyDelete
Always fun to see how your've set your table for your Rosary gatherings. Baby Maxima is just too cute! What fun you are having. Hugs to you, Fabby! Happy Tea Day!ReplyDelete
Wow!! White salad plates are just looking too good! I also love to throw tea parties at my home only, but this year I am thinking to plan something special for tea party as my friends are coming from abroad. I am thinking to book nice venues Chicago and will hire a planner too.ReplyDelete
Oh that baby is adorable! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!ReplyDelete
I missed this post, Fabby. Your granddaughter is SO sweet!! I bet you had tons of fun spoiling her!! Your blue and white setting lovely, too.ReplyDelete
Congratulations Fabby!!! Your granddaughter is so beautiful and precious! I love all of the handmade knitted clothing made by her aunties and family! God Bless you!ReplyDelete
Happy Pink Saturday, dear Fabby. Thank you for your prayers, and thank you for all you do to make Pink Saturday special. Your little Maxima is just gorgeous. This post is being featured on my Pink Saturday post this week as "the one that caught my eye". You know I can't resist your darling little one.♥ReplyDelete