It’s time for another Rooster Party hosted by Barb at Bella Vista
I have very little rooster decor in my home and I shared it at the last party but when I’ve been out and about I’ve come across some fine rooster specimens both in art form and real. Hope you enjoy my contribution to the party!
Family was visiting and we made a quick stop at Country Village in Bothell, Wa. They have some fine Roosters around their grounds.
“The rooster may crow but the hen delivers the goods.”
This one is so interesting. It was funny that he walked up and down this bench and it’s right outside a fun shop that included a hairdresser! Looks like he could use a trim.
This pair are very old and came from Dear’s mother. I decided to use them on this table setting.
This three-some are in a yard in Camarillo where I used to walk with my good buddy Willow. I sure miss those walks…
I found this guy in Cambria, California.
Well enjoy your Rooster Party Hopping. Here’s a little refreshment to send you on your way!
You can find the recipe for frozen Raspberry Cream Pie at The Pioneer Woman.
Oh dear me my rooster friends. I’ve had an unfortunate injury to my right thumb that is making typing quite a chore. Please accept my generic comment on your posts knowing that I have looked at each of your roosters and enjoyed what I’ve seen.
Time again to visit Susan at Between Naps on the Porch to be inspired to set your table by seeing the creativity of Bloggers around the world.
Well I should have posted this last week when we were having our Rooster Party over at Barb’s but here it is a week late and a few dollars short. Just a few because like usual I bought most of this stuff on clearance or thrifting.
I’m happy to say we had a meal at this table way back in mid July! My brother and his wife came over for the afternoon and we went out for lunch and then barbecued Salmon for dinner. My SIL made her fabulous Mexican rice to go with the coleslaw and Salmon. Dear barbecued the Salmon so I just sat on my duff! This dinner plan worked out good because my back decided to freeze up on me after helping some young folks at our church scrape their popcorn ceilings in the morning before Tim and Letty arrived. I was also happy I had the table all set the day before so I could take the photos for Tablescape Thursday which made it easy for everyone to wait on me for dinner on Saturday.
You can see I was able to get up off the couch to snap some shots of our guests at the table and sit down again to enjoy the meal!
Just to clarify this table and dinner was way back mid July. My back is just fine today!!
Barb at Bella Vista is our lovely hostess for this event. Click on over and check out her sidebar to see all the participants who are showing their roosters this Friday!
I’m starting off with the real thing. These noisy guys were excited to wake everyone up so you can get an early start to make it around to all the party blogs!
All Around the Barnyard
All around the barnyard
The animals are fast asleep.
Sleeping cows and horses,
Sleeping pigs and sheep.
Here comes the cocky rooster
To sound his daily alarm.
Wake up sleepy farm!”
You are going to need a good farmer style breakfast so you have the endurance to see all the roosters today so how about this…
Apricot-Almond French Toast with eggs and turkey sausage? or…
One of these egg dishes? Have fun everyone!
Welcome to another Tablescape Thursday. Susan at Between Naps on the Porch is the hostess for this weekly event. Click on over to see lots of pretty tables around Bloggyworld.
Since most of my tables are very thrifty I’m adding this post to Thrifty Thursday with Leigh at Tales from Bloggeritaville.
I had my new thrift store aqua blue tablecloth on the table for my scape last week I decided to change it up and throw in some red.
The old roosters are from Dear’s mother. The red martini glasses are from Target clearance. I enjoy a martini from time to time but I also like to use these glasses for serving dessert. The red patterned plates are from tj maxx and the top salad/dessert plates (Warren Kimble) are from Goodwill as is the candle holder with red dangling crystals.
The napkins are from a thrift store on Main St. in Ventura and the napkin rings are, too. The napkin rings are pear shaped.