Husband Jim left early Monday morning -- with breakfast on the road. I was alone and what did I do . . .
Have a leisurely breakfast for one!
My company -- a book on gardening, Garden Notebook, by Constance Spry. My latest Breakfast Room book -- one that I peruse while I enjoy a glass of icy tea or a cup of hot tea. It doesn't have a beginning or an end -- it's arranged month by month so you can pick up and read whatever you want whenever you want. It was the perfect companion this Monday morning.
Just because I was alone didn't mean that I needed to "skimp" on breakfast -- a bowl of homemade granola with a sprinkle of blueberries, some muffins and a nice plate of fresh cherries. And a pot of coffee, of course. And I treated myself to the silver one!
I make a couple of batches of granola and store them in one of my sweetie jars. It's good by the bowlful or sprinkled on yogurt.
The last of the cherries. Alas, I'm afraid that they are gone until next year. I must admit that I ate them all -- one by one and savoring each bite.
It was Monday and although I was not "blue" -- I did use all of my blue dishes. I feel that all blues go together. And for a bit more blue -- the tabletopper was a French jacquard napkin from Williams Sonoma.
Please join Susan at Between Naps on the Porch to see the other fun tablescapes this Thursday!