I’m joining Kathleen at Cuisine Kathleen with my first Christmas table for Let’s Dish.
We even had a full on Christmas dinner at this table the Saturday after Thanksgiving with Josh, Laura and Dan. It’s a long story. The recipe for this Apple Butternut soup will be shared in December on the Mennonite Girls Can Cook blog.
Today I reset the table to my more casual everyday Christmas theme. I hope to share that next week.
More decorations went up today. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at our house…
Our ladies Bible Study had their annual Christmas Brunch and each individual group decorated their own tables.
There were traditional settings and
whimsical table settings.
This was our table. One of our leaders has this wonderful Goebel Nativity set. Each of us brought our own place setting for the table. The Twelve Days of Christmas was the theme of our program and how it relates to Christ. I read this following paragraph on Christian History.net.
The “real” twelve days of Christmas are important not just as a way of thumbing our noses at secular ideas of the “Christmas season.” They are important because they give us a way of reflecting on what the Incarnation means in our lives. Christmas commemorates the most momentous event in human history—the entry of God into the world He made, in the form of a baby. The Logos through whom the worlds were made took up His dwelling among us in a tabernacle of flesh. One of the prayers for Christmas Day in the Catholic liturgy encapsulates what Christmas means for all believers: “O God, who marvelously created and yet more marvelously restored the dignity of human nature, grant that we may share the divinity of Him who humbled himself to share our humanity.” In Christ, our human nature was united to God, and when Christ enters our hearts, he brings us into that union.
Have a great Wednesday everyone!
Photobucket replaced all my photos with ugly black and grey boxes and they are holding my photos hostage until I pay them lots of money. I’m slowly going through all my posts and trying to clean them up and replacing some photos. Such a bother.
Welcome to Tablescape Tuesday hosted by Susan at Between Naps on the Porch.
This is the Christmas Tablescape I came up with for the eating area at the Condo.
The Chargers are from T.J. Max on clearance for a dollar each. The dinner plates are from Marshall’s, the salad plates are from a thrift store originally from Mervyn’s, and the crystal dessert cups are from Goodwill. Believe it or not the full set of silverplate for 8 with the letter B engraved on them are from Goodwill in Washington that I found a couple years ago. The full set cost me $29.00.
The tablecloth, runner, and napkins, goblets, reindeer, and brass candlesticks are all from the thrift store.
Merry Christmas everyone!
To see more Tablescapes visit Susan.
Photobucket is holding all my photos from 2007 to 2015 hostage and has replaced them all with ugly black and grey boxes asking for a ransom to have them re-published. Such a frustrating bother as I go through each post to delete the ugly boxes.