Whew, I'm still thinking about how relaxing my Mother's Day was this year. On Mother's Day, we had lasagna for dinner with two of our sons, and our youngest son is coming home this weekend with his girlfriend.
About 20 years ago, my co-workers introduced me to MacKenzie-Childs in Aurora, NY (Finger Lakes region). Fast forward 20 years, we still work for the same company, and still collect MacKenzie-Childs.
This striking urn from Mackenzie-Childs was one of my Mother's Day gifts this year - the Cheltenham Thistle Urn.
In the MacKenzie-Childs retail store, this hutch was filled with dishes in my favorite pattern - Courtly Check.
A tablescape using wire bird cages. I would love those polka dotted chargers!
During one of my visits, I fell in love with this pom pom tablecloth.
Joe added these to his collection. He thought they were cute enough to put away for grandchildren (some day). He loved the Courtly Check scarf on the snow man.
I'm looking forward to this year's barn sale at MacKenzie-Childs in Aurora, which is usually in July, and we can get items at a discount of 50% or more. They usually have three tents filled with Furniture, Lighting, Rugs, Ceramics, Garden, Accessories, Fabric, Trim and Knobs. We had a blast at the 2009 barn sale and we've attended ever since.
I'm joining Let's Dish.
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