I have never eaten at Shulas restaurant, but heard it was wonderful! I love that plate pattern, well I love anything with roses on it! Glad to meet another Orlando girl!Carol
Creme brulee is a treat! Glad you found your plates and that you had a wonderful night out too!
Hi Elizabeth,you looks so delighted at Shulas restaurant, it must have been a nice dinner. Such a luck you found more plates. It not easy to complete a set because there are so many wonderful pattern available. Thank you for your visit and the sweet comment. Wish you all the best,Johanna
What a wonderful evening...and great photo of the two of you! I love plates or tea cups with roses! Lovely! ♥
What a lovely blog; thank you for your visit; I have joined you also. Love to find someone in my age range to connect with.Rita
What gorgeous china! Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving your nice comment.blessings,Danielle
Love the plates, I want to eat at Don Shula's place one of these days!Thanks for stopping by the Shipslog.Sherry & Jack
Love the plates! My gran had the whole set and we knew dinner was going to be especially great when they came out :0)
Yummm! Your plates are lovely too! So glad you "found" me here in blogland.From "the other Elizabeth"
Thank you so much for finding my blog. So happy to be following you and I am looking forward to getting to know you better. Love those plates. :)
Oh, I love creme brulee'....now I want some! The plate is pretty too! Thanks for stopping by...Rene
Pretty plates! Looks like a nice evening out! :)
yes...very pretty plates!! And the creme brulee is one of the most wonderful things I've ever tasted. Lucky you! We also had a gift certificate that we just recently used and I had it for desert..for the first time. Yum!
A lovely plate indeed ! Why is it called an Easter Plate ? HA~ those are some SERIOUS platters of food at that restaurant..looks like you enjoyed yourselves. YUMMMMY dessert too! Thank you for stopping by....I appreciate your joining my blog.Rose
You need to read an older post and you will see,its not that these are called Easter plates,I found some earlier that are pink,green and lilac. I thought they would be perfect for Easter, so Easter Plates! Thanks for joining my blog,I am off to visit you now!
Hi Elizabeth,Thank you for stopping by for tea the other day. Your new plates are very sweet adorned with a rose. How lovely that you now have six of them. Hope you have a wonderful rest of the week.Blessings,Sandi
hello elizabethbeautiful plates.love the roses.nice blog!!!have a nice weekend,regina
Love the plates Elizabeth!Thank-you for sending prayers for my grand-daughter too, it means a lot!Hugs,Cindy
The plates are so pretty with the rose in the center. They should work perfectly for Easter. How nice to have dinner out, and with a gift certificate! Yay!
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Hi Friend, I am finally back to blogging but I have been away so long I am having to weed through new changes LOL I look forward to seeing your Easter table setting. I have not set a pretty table in years and I admire that you do.
Good morning Elizabeth...your comments on my blog are always so sweet...thanks so much for visiting me there again. Love seeing you show up.What gorgeous plates...I love old style dinnerware. Easter is the one time I use decorative and miss sorted table ware..it's fun and so Springy.Lovely photo! And the dinner...yum...Karen