Gail's daughter Diana set the table so beautifully, with teacups...
A cute honey pot...
Even a water pitcher to quench our thirst after lunch.
Diana showed me the "Tea for One" set she made:
She told me that her mom made the sugar and creamer set:
And she showed me her special tea plates:
Our luncheon was delicious, with tuna melt sandwiches:
And orange-poppy seed muffins, which Diana created from a recipe she modified.
Gail and I spent a wonderful afternoon sharing conversation, thoughts, opinions, feelings, laughter... Later, her older daughter Kelle made chicken Parmesan for dinner, and I got to stay to partake of that meal, as well! I was so blessed to be able to spend time with these beautiful, Godly ladies.
Luncheon brought to us by Diana!
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