Grand Tables in Paris... Celebration of Life...



I hear this is a FAB place for tea... these little yummies have my vote...



Hope you all ENJOYED looking at these FABuLOUS tables of Le Bristol Hotel in Paris... nowwww please visit other Tablescape Thursday participants via Between Naps on the Porch!

On another note...

I'm sure my 13 year old Cocker Spaniel Maggie McGuire (left, black and brown) would've LOVE to eat at one of these Parisian tables and been welcomed... soooo CHEERS to my furry girl with her sister (Molly Madison, right, black and white) in HEAVEN... may they be dining in a FAB French doggy restaurant...

Merci again to Mimi for her quote...
The Lord gave a whistle, tis time to come home. No more on earth shall I roam. Now I'm free to run and play , to wag my tail and jump all day. I must hurry along, I can't be late. The Lord is waiting by the Golden Gate. Please don't be sad and do not cry, at the Lord's feet is where I now lie ♥

17 comments:

Entertaining Women said...

Ooooooooh, I so love Paris! Thank you for sharing the charming designs. Cherry Kay

welcome to my world of poetry said...

Wonderfup post and oh the sweet faces of those dogs.

Yvonne.

Days at Buttermilk Cottage said...

Le Bristol Hotel looks breathtaking. Bless the sweet doggies. I love the quote and am sure it would be a sweet comfort for anyone who had lost a four legged friend.

Teresa Hatfield said...

Ok, I seriously in tears right now, and love the sweet note. I love the photographs of the tables.
Teresa (Splendid Sass)

Janet said...

What a lovely quote; so comforting.

Those tables and especially the food looks so delicious. Someday I will dine in Paris or at least eat a lot of pastries in Paris .

Piper (DailyDivaDish) said...

What a beautiful tribute Fifi. *Hugs*
XO Piper

Cris, Artist in Oregon said...

Love the photos today. All places I would love to be sitting and looking at. So sorry for your loss of your other puppy. Its so hard because they are family and they just dont live long enough. My thoughs are with you. I know I would be heartbroken if we lost our Annie. Lovely poem.

eddieross said...

Such a sweet post!

xo
Eddie & Jaithan

xinex said...

Fabulous photos, Fifi!...Christine

Debbie said...

Those tea yummies do look delicious!

Donna (Timeless Settings) said...

Beautiful photos and such a sweet quote.

Donna

Barbara said...

So sorry you hear about your pup. The quote is wonderful. I loved seeing these wonderful tables from Paris.

A Lady's Life said...

Oh so sad. I have still to endure and wait for my poor dog to pass.
I can't do it myself and no one else is volunteering He is clearly on his last mile but instead he sleeps all day and night and so .....

Cindy said...

I'm so sorry about Maggie McGuire. Thank you for the quote. I enjoy your blog and your art.

Ellie said...

Tea in Paris? Delightful!

Requi@Tablescaping Escapades said...

Thanks for sharing the beautiful pics from the Le Bristol Hotel. I'd love to have tea there. Wonder how long it would take me to brush up on my French?

All the Best,

Requi

Mimi said...

I'd love to be dining on that balcony right now. The dogs are so cute.

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