Monday, November 22, 2010

Going green thanksgiving










I am going green.  I am using dishes I bought as a young housewife over 45 years ago.  they were called Ye olden days.  Each dish has a different old  picture.We used them only on Thanksgiving and Christmas.  I have a set of eight but now only set for two. We always had ice water with our meal. Our menu was usually always very traditional but plain.  No decor but lots of food and good chats.I used to think how long it took to make this meal and how quick they all ate it because the men didn't want  to miss the football game. Now I eat special occasions with my son and family who live on the street in back of me.The two  girls now are living in other states and loss of loved ones our table has gotten smaller. My grandson will be home from collage .  I am thank ful for them all.

25 comments:

Pamela said...

I love them! The green in the plates really pick up the green in your pilgrims.

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jwiess3 said...

What a sweet table! I have used that same china for my Thanksgiving table for about the past 25 years or so - my parents collected it for me piece by piece. Wishing you a blessed Thanksgiving....

bj said...

I love your pretty green dishes. Your Thanksgiving table looks beautiful.
I wish you the best holiday!
xo bj

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Very pretty! My G-Mom-B used to have those dishes, I remember them well:@)

Denise said...

Beautiful table!I so love green and it is really nice you have these dishes. I also wanted to say Thank you for coming for a visit to Junkdogdesign.blogspot.com and commenting on my Chicken. Dress yours up too! It will give you a laugh!
Blessings,
Denise
P.S. My outdoor pig is next!

HALLELUJAHS said...
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HALLELUJAHS said...

Beautiful tablescape! Also, your pups are darling!

Thanks for stopping by hallelujahsbyholly and following along! I'm your new follower and look forward to sharing many ideas!

Blessings to you!
Holly
http://hallelujahsbyholly.blogspot.com

Donna@Conghaile Cottage said...

I LOVE that set. I grew up with the blue Currier&Ives set and OH does it bring back wonderful memories... I Would LOVE to add it to my collection... Thank you for sharing... I also LOVE your little pooches, SO SWEET!
Hugs to you, and Happy Thanksgiving!
Donna

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

I have these same dishes but just enough for 2 place settings! I bought them at a church flea market with the intention of using them with my red transferware dishes for holiday tables. Then a few months ago, I was lucky enough to find the tea pot that matches at a yard sale for $2.00!!

I love the fact that you have them in a Thanksgiving tablescape. I can't wait to "do something" with mine!!

Happy Thanksgiving!!

Debbie@ A Debbie-Dabble Christmas

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh I love your dishes. Each different scene is so pretty. I've never seen them before, just stunning. Your tablescape is lovely. Thanks so much for linking to TTT and have a Blessed Thanksgiving. Hugs, Marty

Blondie's Journal said...

Your dishes are so pretty and I love your beautiful table.

Wishing you a wonderful Thanksgiving!

XO,
jane

La Vie Quotidienne said...

Hi,

I have never seen these dishes before, my aren't they pretty! Have a wonderful holiday with your son. And thank you for your very nice comment on my napkin fold.

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

Hello! Nice meeting you! I apologize for taking so long to reply, been on the go all day!

Your green tablescape is beautiful! I really like your green china and it's story! Great job!

Have a Happy Thanksgiving with your grandson!

Katherine

P.S. - Please come visit me again!

Susan said...

Hi. I just love your plates. The scenes on them are wonderful. I love things like that. I have a set of blue transferware from Currier and Ives and another from a different US manufacturer but I don't know who they were.

Thank you for sharing and for stopping by CluckleBees.

Happy Thanksgiving,
Susan

sweet violets said...

Thank you for sharing your green set, I have never seen that before, have seen the blue. And you set a lovely table!!!

My nephew has a place by you on Crossover Island, we gather up there in the summer....it is so beautiful and so relaxing to be near the water......have a wonderful holiday....Cleo

paperbutterfly said...

I love having you stop in for tea. Your Thanksgiving table is wonderful. I hope to see your swans some day. I will no doubt drop by again.
Have a blessed Thanksgiving.
Pam

Mimi said...

You know I love your table, it is green! I have a few pieces of that china...trying to find enough to do a table for four. That plaid pumpkin is adorable.
Happy Thanksgiving

Gail @ Faithfulness Farm said...

I love Ye Olden Days....I have a few pieces. How lucky you are to have all the memories those dishes hold of past celebrations...and they are still making memories :)

Blessings!
Gail

Sherri Cassara said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog and your nice comments... your table is beautiful and warm - good job! I hope you had a nice Thanksgiving ;)
I love animals too!
xo
Sherri

Pearl Maple said...

Happy thanksgiving,
like your fresh take in shades of green, hope you all enjoyed a lovley meal around this pretty setting

~Tablescapes By Diane~ said...

Hi lovely lady, I love the Green China, your table is beautiful for Thanksgiving dinner !! I love your dog's so sweet. I hope to see more from you ~~~ And have a Great Day ~~~

Tess said...

What beautiful dishes!! I love the green theme. Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving...I'll bet those pups had a treat or two!!!

Garden Girl said...

Thank you for visiting my blog! I love the green dishes! I've never seen that pattern before. Lovely!

lauren@WESTFURNITUREREVIVAL said...

thanks for stopping by my blog. love the green china. green is in.

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