Tuesday, July 24

Come Dine With Me - No. 20 - A Little Bit French...

Ooh la la! A little bit French indeed.


It's probably not quite my usual cup of tea, but it is very pretty!

And, as always, as a part of this series.....

Ask yourself: 'Do I savour the ritual of eating with my family/friends whenever I can?'

Which leads to: 'When, or how, can I include this precious time together more?'

Because: There's something so primitively delightful and bonding about the 'breaking of bread' (so to speak) with our loved ones. It's a ritual and a tradition that's been crowded out and lost amongst television, technology, and texting! It's time to 'get together' and connect the old fashioned way again.

Linda. xox

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4 comments:

  1. What?? There is nothing red there! It's all creamy white!! Linda, am I contagious ? You're beginning to question you love for color like I am doing? Should I worry?
    Lovely room anyway. A lot french. I'm thinking about omelettes now. Mhhmm.

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  2. Hehehe, don't worry, everything is ok in the 'red' department. I can like things like this photo from afar, knowing full well that if it was at my place I'd be having red withdrawals in a day or so.

    Must have my red!!

    Although, I am going through a period of wanting to whizz around the house and change everything at the moment.... just a phase I go through!

    When I think of French food I think of croissants..... yum.

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  3. Hi Linda, as always a very thoughtful post. As a family we sit down for a meal every night, table set with a candle and eat as a family. This is our ritual that I would hope my boys continue with their own children one day. I must admit our meal times are loud, stressful with the boys fighting but it is ours! I wouldnt change it for anything (well perhaps the yelling thing why you are trying to digest your meal haha)
    Mrs B xxx

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  4. Lovely, lovely room - you know I'm the Queen of White! Still, I'd probably sneak some more sturdy or aged looking things in there, to counter the 'girlishness' of it all. I'd like a sturdy wooden table in there for instance.

    I like cooking and whipping up some nice things for my friends. Would be great if you and Bobbi could come to my place for an Afternoon Tea or a proper Indonesian meal! ;-)

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I'm very grateful for your participation.

Until next time may your home be full of lots of love, laughter, and life!

Linda. xx

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