I have been staying in Florida because my 2 and half year old granddaughter Rea has been undergoing treatment for cancer. In 7 months, I must have been home only for a total of 5 weeks in 2 trips. But I am happy to say that Rea is free of cancer now and is doing very well and we are so thankful. Here is Rea playing with her twin sister Halle, about 3 weeks post her auto stem cell transplant. She is not done with treatment though but they are mostly preventative right now, to prevent relapse. She starts radiation on Monday for a total of 12 days. Please continue to pray for her and I will be forever thankful.
Anyway, this post was one of our quiet dinners while I was home in Natchez. It was just one of our regular meals using some of our everyday dishes.
Do you see those blue Kalorik electronic gravity salt and pepper shakers? All you have to do is turn them over and they sprinkle the salt or pepper. No need to turn anything. DH loves them.
I bought these plates and bowls from the Dollar Store in Florida, before we even moved to Natchez about 8 years ago. They are so sturdy and as much as they are used, no single piece has broken yet. The colors are perfect for Fall.
We just had seared tuna steak and Caesar salad, both John's favorites, and of course, rice.
John likes his tuna rare but I like mine cooked throughout.
And that's our simple dinner with my simple tablescape. Thank you for stopping by and a special thanks to all the hostesses.
Christine's Table It
Mandarin Orange Monday
Inspire Me Tuesday
Maria Elena's Tuesdays at Our Home
What's It Wednesdays
Kathy's Home and Garden Thursday
Home Sweet Home
Kate's Flaunt it Friday