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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

iPhone-o-Gram! We interrupt---

Due to a late night drop off back at the B&B after 10pm, a blissful night's sleep in with no alarm to wake me--

And this lovely breakfast to enjoy upon awakening--

This morning's blog post with the photos from yesterday's crumbs workshop is being pre-empted!

Look for those this afternoon!

In the mean time----yummy!!

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow... what a scrumtious breakfast you have there... they sure do treat you right there. Have a safe flight home...

Carrie
Delaware

Vicki said...

Yummy is right!!! and beautiful real silverware and china. Sure beats paper plates and a plastic fork.

Sally Poll said...

Really looks yummy! Ahhh nothing like a B&B to make you feel like royalty. Real dishes, real silverware, soft sheets, and cozy quilts on the beds. Also just love the old houses with character. I would love to hear the stories some of those grand old ladies have.

Marilyn said...

ENJOY! Safe trip home.

Janet O. said...

Nothing like being pampered!

Susan said...

Yes, the pampering sounds wonderful! But I love those plates! The shape of them and the little flowers! Sneak a look at the bottom of the plate and let me know who makes them. ( please) Lovely!


~ Susan

Pam said...

Let's eat! That looks so yummy!

Nik said...

A cake for breakfast? And, what is the yellow thing? Is it an omelette? I only understand a full English breakfast when staying in a B&B!

Carolyn Sullivan said...

Oh that looks so yummy, more so bc of the good china! I never use mine! maybe I'll start.

Judy said...

A great way to start the day! Yum! :) Safe travels back home and again thank you for sharing your talent and ideas.

Linnie Quilts said...

Oh, my! No breakfast for me today and VERY little lunch so my tummy is growling ... this looks soooooo good right now!!

Leeann said...

Oh I feel hungry now!

Anonymous said...

Bonnie, What did you think of the quilt gardens in Elkhart and surrounding cities? We visited the area in June and again in July and just fell in love with the area. I hope you had time to visit Shipshewana. It is a great quilt area.
Karen from Michigan