Saturday, November 1, 2008

Pink Saturday

Pink Saturday Greetings!


I decided to bring a vintage piece from my childhood to Pink Saturday this week.

The plate is from my mother's china. You've probably seen it in many antique stores and estate sales (for not much money!). We only used it on Sunday, but I have vivid memories of our family Sunday dinners though my mother died when I was a child (50+ years ago!).

Memories are good, aren't they, especially in our nutty, stressful world. A simpler, pink time seems very appealing to me today. Even though we didn't have any money, we were happy.

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Pink Blessings!
Jayne

15 comments:

Smilingsal said...

It's beautiful, and it's wonderful that you have something tangible to remember your mom. Happy Pink Saturday!

g said...

I just love the idea of having china you only use for special. such a charming and traditional idea.

Stephanie said...

aaah sweet memories!

Great Pink Post!!

Happy Pink Saturday!

Stephanie

Beverly said...

Jayne, this is such a lovely post. Our sweet memories are very precious to us. Thank you for sharing yours.

Happy Pink Saturday.

Robyn said...

such a sweet post - what a great memory!
Have a lovely pink weekend!

Shannon @ Silver Trappings said...

I love your post! I'm glad you have those vivid memories. Do you want to know what one of my vivid dinner memories is? When you would make those little hens. And after dinner I would pick any little pieces off the bones!

Shannon

Patricia said...

What a lovely wonderful post. The china is charming and looks so delicate. Happy Pink Saturday to you.
Patricia
http://theunfinishedflower.typepad.com/

Joy said...

Your china is beautiful - I've never seen the pattern before - and it's even sweeter having that connection with your mom.

Virginia said...

Sweet memories!
Happy Belated Pink Saturday!
Blessings, Virginia

Shellie said...

I love your post and your memories. One of my favorite memories of dinner at home is your chicken spaghetti. I loved how you put lots of celery seed in the recipe. It was so, so yummy!!!

Love you
Shellie

sherri (Tied Up In Ribbons) said...

That's a great memory. Beautiful plate too.

KATHERINELLEN said...

Precious memories...great pink post...Happy Pink...Katherinellen

Alexandra said...

Thank you for the comment!!! :) This is pretty exciting. I hope you don't mind me using the "Daughter of the King" quote...you inspired me!! :)
Love you lots.

Alexandra said...

I said that because if my friends ever get on there, I don't want them to know what I'm shopping for before I get it. ;)
So I'll post it here. We've been shopping for a car for me!!! :D
I'm so excited. I know it could be months before we find one, but I'm still very excited. Daddy and I are leaving now to go shop more, so...I'll talk to you later! :) Remember...it's a secret! :D
Love you!

Coloradolady said...

How wonderful you have something that belonged to your mom. I found you from your daughters site..she was sweet enough to leave an wonderful comment for my mom and aunt who are brand new this week to blogging and feeling overwhelmed.

You have a delightful blog, I will be back for another visit. Your plate by the way is beautiful.