Thursday, February 27, 2014


I ran in the market for some things for dinner and spotted the reduced floral section with some roses:

Sometimes it is fun to play 
with a camera.

We know that spring won't be here
for quite a while in Colorado so today
I decided to brighten the kitchen 
with some roses.


  1. Hi dear Bernideen! How sweet of you to post about my feature! Seeing your beautiful china and cups always is such a thrill. You have such lovely patterns. The roses you picked up at the market are so pretty in every beautiful photo.
    I hope you have have a wonderful day----you certainly brightened mine up my dear!
    sending hugs your way...

  2. Such a pretty addition the fresh flowers are. Blessings...

  3. Hi Bernideen, How lovely everything looks. Those roses are absolutely gorgeous. Thanks so much for the link about June!
    Have a good night.

  4. Oh soo pretty all of it ! I see you have a few English cottage tea pots in your header. I collect them have about 13 of them , I get them from antique shops I am looking for the salt and pepper ones as I collect them to lol ! !Thanks for sharing . Have a good day !

  5. The sideboard looks lovely set for tea with the roses. I especially like the pink with yellow ruffled edges rose.

  6. I never heard of this magazine I will have to see if I can get it on line.. your china and roses are just lovely... I love love Roses... thank you for sharing with love Janice

  7. Your roses are beautiful, Bernideen. I can tell you are ready for spring!

  8. Fresh flowers (and not expensive) is what I miss most about the Pacific Northwest; I could get a beautiful bouquet for $5.00! Just adding fresh flowers puts a smile on my face and your place settings are even lovelier! XOXO

  9. What gorgeous roses! Simply beautiful!

  10. Gorgeous roses. Love pink and yellow. Thanks for sharing.

  11. I knew there was a reason why I needed to stop at Barnes and Noble today.
    I must go back there soon and check out the magazine. Love seeing your
    roses. Just beautiful!

  12. So pretty and screaming Spring to me! Love the roses and the buds on the tea pot! I do love that magazine, and have a few issues of Where women cook" as well. I love the creating one as so many workspaces are so lovely and inspiring. After reading it awhile back I decided I needed to make a stamp room to enjoy my hobby better than in the basement and my hubby turned my spare bedroom into a "pretty pink Paris" room for me. I am off to check the link you shared to see the beauty I know it contains.

  13. Beautifully done, Bernideen! These roses are so colorful! I am delighted that you shared with Home and Garden Thursday,


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