Sunday, December 2, 2012

A Grand Weekend.

Church fair goodies, A sweet table cloth 2.00.

The snowflake Pyrex with a top,a snowflake spatula,and the
Currier and Ives pie plate were a total of 5.50 the snowman and ornament were 1.25
The Santa is a chalk ware vallancourt collectible and he is pretty cute 2.00.
After we were done at the church we went out to dinner. It was so nice, we chatted with
people who are spending their first winter in our area, good luck to them.


My friend who I went to the church fair with has been cleaning out
her parent's house and uncovered a few treasures.

This is a frost pattern

She also passed on a lot of wool during the clean out.

I have been hooking between all my fun. My sweet daughter and son in law
visited with our grand baby. We went to the parade,and fireworks.
she was so good. But oh is she independent she will not wear a hat or mittens.
I see flash backs of her mother.when her mother was a bit older than Miss B
she had to match her underwear with her shirt. I have no idea where it came from.
No frilly dresses for her either.

We have had snow, freezing rain, rain and lots of fog. So we stayed in
tonight and I made a pasta  bake. Just what we needed some comfort food.
***
Celebrate the happiness that friends are always giving, make every day a holiday
and celebrate just living!
Amanda Bradley
 

21 comments:

annie said...

Hey, those are some great things! Love the Currier & Ives plate! That pasta looks scrumptious! Have a great week!

Julia said...

Great finds at the church sale. I had to click on the picture to see the little red santa better. it almost looks like one I have but not quite.

It's drizzling rain this evening here and yesterday morning was freezing cold.

A nice pasta casserole sounds just perfect for a night like this.

Hugs,
JB

jennifer768 said...

Lots of wonderful goodies!How great that you were able to spend some time with the family.Your pasta bake looks so good.Hugs,Jen

yaya said...

Ok, hand over that tablecloth! Ok, you can keep it, but I can atleast be a bit jealous of it, right? Sweet find! So are all the other finds. I have alot of the currier and ives dishes but only use a few. The rest are packed away..hmmm..maybe it's time for a clean out! We've had rain today but not very cold...your pasta looks super yummy!

Kim said...

Your rug is looking great. Nice pattern. I have been knitting all week, no hooking. It sounds like Miss B is going to challenge her momma for awhile. Payback, right? Lol

Primitive Stars said...

Evening Cathy, what great goodies you bought, always enjoy the church sales and the prices are so good, such a great winter weekend.........Your comfort food looks so good, love that.......I made the recipe today for the pantry cakes,still in the oven but my house smells so good, thanks......Francine.

Rugs and Pugs said...

Oh, dinner looks so yummy!
A Villancourt Santa for $2. Wow! Great deal. I have that same plastic snowman ornament.
I'm glad you had fun with Miss Baby. Isn't it amazing how quickly the personality develops?
Hugs :)
Lauren

Sharing Shadymont said...

Gorgeous tablecloths! I know you were proud of the wool! That pasta dish looks yummy. I don't like the sound of your weather. UGH! Have a fabulous week!

Patti @ Pandoras Box said...

Love that first tablecloth - I have been collecting e few vintage tablecloths lately and just found a Christmas one! And your comfort food looks delish!

Nellie said...

This sounds like a perfect week-end! Have a good week!

Stacy Crawford said...

You always find such good stuff. That pasta bake looks yummy. I haven't made that in years. I might have to put that on the menu this week. :)

20 North Ora said...

Thanks for visiting 20 North Ora. Love all of your finds.

Judy

Sweet Bee Cottage said...

Lovely finds, especially that tablecloth. And I just love, love, love the story behind the giant Santa poster. What a gesture of love!

Mugwump Woolies said...

Great finds from the fair. That pasta bake looks yummy!
Robyn

Rose H (UK) said...

What great finds Cathy, I'd love to find a spatula with snowflakes on!
Your rug is really lovely, you have a good eye for design :o)
Glad the weekend went so well for you - hope the week's good too :o)
Rose H
xx

Larkrise garden girl said...

You are the best shopper and it looks like your a good cook too! Hugs Cheri

moosecraft said...

I'll take some of that pasta in that Ives plate on that wonderful table cloth.... pleeeeeeease! Your hooked rug is looking just fine!

judemiller1 said...

OHMIGOSH--I want some of that pasta bake!!!!!

Julie said...

The pasta bake looks delicious....do you share the recipe?

Annmarie Pipa said...

oh lucky you! what beautiful treasures and what yummy food!!

WendyBee said...

A grand weekend indeed! I love the treasures you found. But the best parts, I'm sure were the times spent with family and friends. Oh to have little children about at Christmas time!