Wisteria came for breakfast.
Her heady fragrance permeated the fresh spring air.
Her subtle colors dominated the landscape.
Sharp contrasts of black and white fought with her to be the stars, Wisteria won.
Wisteria is attracted to the soft fluttering of the birds as they fly by quickly in search of a sunny spot to rest.
Wisteria casts her shadow as if to weave a spell.
Reflective surfaces with her showy perfection allow you to drink her in.
She requires the perfect cups and glasses to drink her being.
The little vases carry her song to the tabletop.
Wisteria draped herself across the table majestically, ensnaring you into her tendrils.
Wrapped napkins bowed to her graces.
Flatware shied away from her beauty.
She appeared as a gentle breeze.
Wisteria ruled the table.
She was here for but a spell. Too quickly gone. I pray she comes again, soon. She soothes my restless soul.
Tablecloth, napkins - Stein Mart
Napkin rings - Tuesday Morning
Chargers - Pier One
Plates - Wedgwood Windsor
Small plates - TJMaxx
Egg cups, spoons - Gourmet Pantry, Lubbock
Glasses - Mikasa French Countryside
Cups - Mikasa Cheers
Flatware - Horchow
Silver - estate sales
Thank you so much for coming by to visit Wisteria and me. It's always fun to have company and share in your thoughts. I'll be linking up to Cuisine Kathleen's new party - Let's Dish on Wednesdays. On Thursdays. we make our appearance at Susan's Tablescape Thursday. Please come by for a visit!