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She caught me with a quizzical look on my face, smiled and explained that she was planning a dinner party that evening and would need the squash to create a table centerpiece.
I smiled back and thought about how this time last year, I was having a fall-inspired housewarming party. For a moment, I got nostalgic. Then before I knew it, a bundle of squash wound up in my own basket (they were packaging mesh bags of varied colors and sizes together in the same way you would buy potatoes in bulk).
I wasn’t really ready to decorate the table yet for Thanksgiving, especially since I’m not planning on party hosting this year, but it can’t hurt to get a little festive, right?
A few more decorations sprinkled in soon (I have a few ideas in mind), and I can almost smell the hot cider.
Happy Friday! Have a great weekend!
*evil eye at Sarah* Sometimes a doctor has banned you from wearing anything with a heel for the foreseeable future you person with good knees you. ACL replacement and half a meniscus in one knee, no meniscus in the other, bone on bone in both – old fart-y shoes I loves you! LOL! Sorry just had to pick on you; evil eye removed. BTW, the table looks very nice. I have the same napkins and placements … Bed, Bath and Beyond right?
I love the squash and pumpkins(especially the white ones)! That is exactly what I do with my dining room table! :)
@Tams, nothing wrong with a great pair of flats! I wear them all the time myself when I feel like giving my heels a break, but this woman was far too young to be wearing those half-heel things from the 80s. She looked like a time warp.