Dishes

I’m joining Shannon’s Spur-Of-The-Minute Dish Carnival over at Rocks In My Dryer.

This is my wedding china.  I wanted something simple and timeless.

I inherited my grandmother’s Haviland Apple Blossom china, which was her wedding china.  I love this set, but at the moment it is packed away.  I found this picture on the ‘net.

This is my Christmas china, although I use the term china loosely.  I use it everyday throughout the Christmas season.  I started this set when I was a new bride, and now I have quite a large collection.

And my everyday dishes, or what you would eat off of if you came to visit me.  Nothing fancy, but I love their simplicity.  And did you know that food looks best on white?

Finally, I give you, the plastic collection.  This one should be self-explanatory.

Okay, I showed you mine.  Now you show me yours!