Use the Fancy Dishes

 

 

Make an ordinary day into an  extraordinary one by celebrating beauty!

 

Use your pretty and delicate China dishes that live in your china cabinet instead of storing them  like priceless gems.

 

Break out the finest china on any day just because you want to.

Sometimes people wait for that special dinner party or occasion, instead of realizing that everyday you are alive is special!

 

Indulge in the fancy dishes, wine glasses or teapots and cups.

 

 

Sunday quiet mornings go best with dainty teacups , saucers and that antique spoon that you cherish like gold.

 

I do…I break out our blue Willow plates often and love them very much. I love the fact that we can use fine plates on a week day!

Do you use your fine China often or not?

All My Best,

Heart and Soul 💜

 

11 thoughts on “Use the Fancy Dishes

  1. Oh you’ve touched on my weakness Mary!! I have too many dishes!! And I don’t get down my Grandmother’s china often enough. Thanks for the reminder. Hope you have the best Thanksgiving with everyone home!! I want you to know I’m so thankful for you– your warm writing, and the chance to get to know you and your family a bit through all you share. You are amazing. Happy Thanksgiving! hugs hugs!

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    1. Hi Rhonda, I also have a weakness for dishes. Anytime I see them free or at sales I’m tempted! I use mine often because it makes me so happy. We will have a blessed Thanksgiving with our extended family and unless it snows ,y husband will have the day off. Rhonda, you’re so sweet and I am also grateful for finding your blog. You have become a warm friend and I so enjoy your posts and comments! Isn’t it wonderful….all the connections through God’s work. You and your family have a happy Thanksgiving and enjoy hosting this year! Blessings to you❤️❤️❤️😘

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  2. what a lovely idea! yes I do this often. it makes a great change to the day! sometimes I use up lovely pots to fill with plants and often get furious scoldings from friends and family!

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