I'm so tired of winter, aren't you? We've had a lot of snow and it lasted a little too long for my taste. I prefer "Mood Snow." The kind that covers the grass but melts when it hits the roads.
We didn't have much Mood Snow this winter.
Green is the color I'm into these days. Green, as in grass, spring leaves and moss. This week, I've been decorating for Spring. I may have overdone it, though. When Favorite Son came home from college last night, he asked, "What's up with all the GREEN?"
It must be a tad too much if he noticed.
My table this month is Wearing the Green, too.
I've had these green glass dishes for awhile now. I picked them up at a local resale shop and they have the Anchor Hocking mark on them.
The white floral dishes are Cameo Rose that I found at a Goodwill Store on one of our adventures. I've never heard of this maker.
Anyone know about Mary Dunbar Jewel Homemakers Institute?
The salt and pepper shakers are Depression Glass from my MIL.
I tried several different chargers before settling with these modern square platters.
Aren't these stemmed glasses pretty! They're so delicate!
Here are a few extra pieces I tried when first setting this table.
My Dear Mother-in-Law had a lot of Depression Glass pieces that she has since shared with her daughter, grandchildren and me.
Here are peeks at a few of my pieces in green.
I found these shamrocks at the store the other day and love using them
on our breakfast table!
These shamrocks are a little sign spring isn't far away.
I know I'm ready. How about you?
Linking to these parties:
Tuesdays at Our Home
Inspire Me Tuesday
Share Your Cup Thursday
Feathered Nest Friday
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