“Behold, I have engraved you on the palms of my hands…
Happy Wednesday dear friends! I am a day late posting Tablescape Tuesday, it seems that there are more things to do than there is time these days. Last Saturday it reached 97 degrees with stiff winds all afternoon. I had planned a table in the garden, but the winds were going to be an issue. I moved to our little picnic area that is more protected and very shaded. With autumn on my mind and the summer heat bearing down, this tablesetting became slightly summer and slightly fall.
My thoughts and prayers continue for all who are experiencing the heart wrenching effects of Florence.
We are enjoying this little picnic area away from the garden. We just had a large pine tree removed and are considering making a small shaded garden. This area borders a densely wooded area where our large deer population likes to hang out. If we do decide on a small garden, we will have to use deer-resistant plants for sure.
Rust-colored napkins and candles are the fall elements.
Bottles make an easy centerpiece especially when placed in a box.
“A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in a setting of silver.”
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