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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Sharing the joy of family and hand crafting

Share the Joy Thursday
and
Tea Talk with Ruth
Having,,,,,,decaf coffee in a white tea cup.
Just thinking ,,,,,,,about spending time with my family gives me much joy.
Feeling........ like the luckiest mom and grand in the world.

Celebrating a beautiful granddaughter 's birthday is always a fun time.
We have been doing this for years and as the grands get older they choose more fine dining as opposed to MacDonald's when they were little.

Mozz's Mozzorella Bar and Supper Club. 





Lamp made of glass



In house made bread
Farm to Table program

Fresh things that can be bought locally.


Cheeses made on site.

This was a hors-d'oeuvre with
Juniper & citrus roasted garlic olives
Rosemary-Roasted wild mushrooms
Vine ripe tomatoes-Basil Burschetta
Eggplant Vegetable Carponata

and two of their cheeses.

Thinly sliced strips of Italian Cold Cuts.
and more bread.
My Entree

Scallops "Pesto"

Seared Scallops
Jalapeno-Mint-Pesto wide and thin noodles
Golden Raisins
Pine Nuts
Marcona Almonds

Out of this world.

Let the wine flow.

No wonder we were all smiling.

Birthday girl with blonde hair to my left.
Daughter Rachel, Beth, Julia, me and daughter Jennifer around the table.
Her daughters behind her
Cindy, Jill, Nikki


Go here to check this restaurant out
Well worth traveling a few miles to dine there. 
Mozz on Market St. in Louisville, Ky.


"LORD, you understand; remember me and care for me... When your words came, I ate
them; they were my joy and my heart's delight..." (Jeremiah 15:15, 15:16 NIV)

 



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Doing a little hand crafting too.


 These were made from vintage wooden spools that had belonged to my mother.

I recently found them in her old sewing box.

I painted them blue and glued the candle holders on then trimmed them in blue, green and yellow for Easter.
They were my gift for my gd making them her great grand mother's vintage spools.
Of course these cannot be bought anymore.
She loved them.














8 comments:

laurie said...

beautiful family, beautiful meal, beautiful creation.

Crystal said...

The food looks terrific. The lamp reminds me of the beautiful glass at the Bellagio in Las Vegas. :-)

Anvilcloud said...

So ... they keep getting more expensive?

Nezzy said...

Wow, that looks like one marvelous place to celebrate any day!!! I have to confess, I'm very amused with that bread!!!

A very happy birthday wish for the beautiful birthday gal!!! I looks like all you lovely ladies had a blast celebratin' this young woman's life! Woohoo!!!

I love your little candle holders and what a great way to incorporate the spools of your mothers.

God bless ya and have yourself a terrific day sweetie!!!

Vee said...

Very pretty crafting, but my goodness what a beautiful group of ladies. Your family is simply lovely and I'm so glad that you could celebrate your granddaughter's birthday all together.

Ruth said...

Thank you for sharing you joys with us at Tea Talk. You are indeed blessed with a beautiful family.

Your vintage creation is beautiful. What a priceless gift for a granddaughter!

Blessings!

Stephanie said...

Looks like it was just the BEST of birthday celebrations...so much JOY!

Christine said...

Seriously yummy-looking food! You definitely had a good time!!

Blessings,
Christine