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February 05, 2014

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Looks yum! Hope you all are doing well. I am ready for spring too!

Youre such an awesome homemaker, host and designer! I love stopping by to get my cozy farmhouse inspiration. I can't wait for spring too! Have a great week. xo Nancy

Heavenly !
Having just convinced my husband to make toast pancakes I hope will be in my future.
Glad you guys are back.
Floral tablecloth now on my list.

"Udder" perfection!! would love a shot of your kitchen with the work top surface...is it walnut...gorgeous!

Who's coming for breakfast?! ME!

No one sets a prettier table! And, I love how each meal is an experience.
Here's to living well!!!

xoxo Elizabeth

That camel is killing me.

There is nothing like a well presented breakfast that is a feast for the eyes. Even the pan with the pancakes is soo nice! The tablecloths are lovely, the ladles, all of it. I myself am a day or night pancake person. Lovely-lovely table. Woul you be so kind as to tell me what kind and make is the pan in the very first picture that has the pancake and syrup on it? I LOVE it! Seriously- I could smell the sausage and bacon. Beautiful table!

Ohhhhh I would give my 'eye teeth' (Southern IL version of 'gold')
for the ice cream scoop! I LOVE the handle! You have some wonderful treasures. I would also like to add I LOVE your blog.
Jill

beautiful and charming -and fancy is OK, don't let people tell you otherwise!

I love how intentional you are with weekend breakfasts. Something to aspire to for sure. Why not make it something special? Thanks for sharing.

Have I mentioned that I'm coming to visit soon? Well, not really, but I wish. You two are divine!

The tablecloth fabric is absolutely fine! Ready for spring as well here -

And..the little primrose was the "perfect" touch!! Luv this....I really do try to do the same...most weekends!! franki

I think "spring" is calling my name, too….I think we have had enough snow in NY this winter. Pancakes look delish! And your tablecloth is lovely! So nice to see you back in the blogging world.

so that's your idea of "slowing down" - I love it!
pve

I love how you add a touch of, "FANCY," you do it oh so well, just lovely and delicious,
xo Kathysue

Your spring inspired table setting is GORGEOUS! I love the intricate details of the transferware. It's the small details that make a difference in our every day - the beautiful table cloth, monogrammed napkins, and freshly cut oranges in the maple syrup. Thank you for sharing this, and I'll be trying your maple syrup this weekend :)

I just love this. One question: a that would you suggest to replace the Grand Marnier?

"A Little Fancy with My Farmhouse" sounds like a chapter title, doesn't it? I've got a swatch of that Robert Allen fabric on my inspiration board -- it's wonderful!

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