Movie Night in the Family Room!
Hubby came in from working on his new art project,(a huge fishing cork). He said, I put a pizza in the oven and I am off to the shower. Pizza! He said Pizza! Oh, I remember the post Kathleen Ellis did with pizza! I went in to action! Found a piece of fabric to go on the coffee table, washed up my pottery, fixed a quick salad , left my Chief and round tray, that stays on the table. Oh no! Hubby is back! Check the Pizza! Quick! I forgot about it, Oh it just right. Wow, grab the camera and the milk. I forgot the napkin and fork! Here use these gold ones! I place the pizza on the feather tray. Hubby has the pizza stone eating! What! He says, I can’t wait! Take the pictures! Quick!

Time to eat! I am tired! The movie is coming on!

Here is that black slip cover, I’ve  got to find some fabric and cover those cushions! Oh, think about it another day! Just sit back and enjoy!

Here is my chief ! The antler bowl, my daughter Jennifer gave me, Can you see the feather in the middle of the pizza? The cups match, I bought this pottery in the Handmade Arts Store, in Greensboro, Georgia. The pottery is made by an Native American Indian couple. I love to shop in Greensboro! The plates, are from Dollar Store, wish I had 2 more. lol The bowl and the charger, you can barely see is a pottery, I bought through the mail years ago.

Thanks to Kathleen Ellis for such a wonderful idea, I usually have to drag Hubby to the dining table. Now we can still enjoy dinner and not have to hold our plate! lol Yes, I will share Hubby’s Huge cork when he’s finished.

Now go visit the websites below, and you will be so glad you did!
Click here to see more table settings,
Please visit Susan at Between Naps on the Porch, where she is hosting Tablescape Thursday!

Click here to see a lot of food and recipes,
Please visit Gollum at Designs by Gollum, where she is hosting

Foodie Friday!

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  1. How fun! I’m so glad I’ve inspired you!
    I’d like to participate in your birthday tea party…I just post a tea party on that day? and let you know?

    Happy Spring!

  2. The pizza looked yummy and the table setting looked cozy, but you didn’t say what the “movie of the night” was*!!! Inquiring minds want to know*! LOL*


  3. What fun! Now that is a great and civilized way to eat Pizza in front of the TV. Nice. (Those salads look great, too.) Thanks for sharing, and I hope the movie was good! Cass

  4. What a beautiful tablescape you set for your pizza! I love your dishes. Hope things are going well on the farm. As I look out my window this morning, lambs are lying in the sunshine, their little ears sticking up like Y’s.
    Take care,

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