Returning this week to Thursday Doors posts. Just want to say I’ve missed the Thursday Doors gang but I’m glad I participated in the A to Z again just the same. Couldn’t miss its 10th anniversary now could I? If you’re curious about my contribution, you may click the 2019 AtoZ tab above to see the posts. There will be a reveal for the Reflections post that hopefully includes my sampler quilt top. Look for it May 6.
So we had a surprise birthday party for the brother-in-law. And the location couldn’t have been more charming. You might drive by it if you’re not looking goin’ down Missouri state highway 52.
Before the honoree arrived, I got a shot of these farmhouse style tables. Bestill my heart!! Oh, and there’s the inside door view.
The ambiance was wonderful, food was outstanding and no complaints on service. The only thing lacking was the company of a couple of our children…..my niece(& her hubby) and my eldest. But already making plans for a return when everyone is back home. Til then, I’ll share the rest of the photos for this Thursday Doors from Cole Camp, Missouri.
Did I mention the dessert??!! Bavarian Cream filled and layered German Chocolate cake. Oh my Word!! No pics to taunt you with but I’ll be trying the duplication of this one. No doubt about it!
It seemed I was going to have a “School” look to my Thursday Doors entry this week. We’d been spending the first half of our weekend on yard work, namely emptying the compost corral. And the second half got off to a late start even after missing church in the A.M.
So once arriving at our Sunday afternoon destination, we were entertained with a lil’ tour of our daughter’s shared office space. As she reads this she is cringing while wondering if I’m going to put her picture in here. But a promise is a promise and I will refrain from letting you see her and her office mate in today’s blog. Maybe they’ll model for me another time? So I made a collage to show you instead.
Looks like a typical set of school doors right?
then we had dinner.
And I found hope for this post.
Not exactly what I would have expected to use in my weekly entry except for the frost decorating they did to set their business apart. Port Fonda was an excellent choice made by our daughter for the evening meal.
And here’s a better view of that decorative glass across from me at the table.
For those of us who celebrate Halloween, this felt kind of fitting on this Thursday Doors ahead of that observance.
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