Years ago, Husband Jim decided that we needed a game table for the living room
A table where we could play cards with friends
With chairs all around.
And I agreed for I thought it would be great to be able to play cards
in the living room
Our only other table was the dining room one!
And that was not a good table for card playing.
Friend Shirley Ann and I went to Kansas City one February
And stopped by one of the Bombay Company stores
where we found
This little table.
Which both of us thought was a perfect game table!
It can be stored as a "half table" against the wall, taking up very little space,
It's our way to create an "entry" at Linderhof
the table and two chairs.
The tabletop is simple . . .
A Mah Jong set (which also holds bridge supplies)
And a lamp -- which is our "night light" when we're gone.
For if we want to use the table . . .
The Mah Jong set fits nicely on top of the Asian cabinet
The lamp can be put on top of the sideboard.
And in winter, one of our favorite ways to use the table
Is for dinner. With a fire in the fireplace, it's a cozy spot to dine.
With tablecloth and cloth napkins, of course.
And lamplight instead of candlelight
And flowers . . . garden mums
But it's original (and first) purpose was as a game table
With two chairs "borrowed" from the breakfast room, it makes a great table for a bridge game.
But unlike most game tables, this one will also
Seats 8 for dinner!
The table goes from this to
in a matter of minutes!
What a great metamorphosis is that.
The table originally retailed for $600
But the table I brought home was a floor model
And I got it for $200
There was also a promotion between Bombasy and Godiva Chocolates
If you bought $50 worth of merchandise at Bombay you got free Godiva Chocolates.
I pointed out that I had spent four $50 and I should get four free chocolates.
It was a very good buy indeed!
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Dolly is an energetic girl who constantly wanted in and out.
We soon tired of going to the back door to let her in or out
So . . .
we bought a "doggy door"
It took her about 3 days to get used to it
But sometimes she'll wait patiently for us to give her "permission"
to go in or out.
Othertimes she bounces in and out
And today . . .
She couldn't decide if she wanted to go out or not.
So she stood there -- half in and half out
while she made up her mind!
It's Monday and I'm joining Susan at Between Naps On The Porch for Met Monday