Sunday, October 11, 2009

Seeing Blue in Natchitoches

Hello ladies. Welcome to the mansion this "blue Monday." Smiling Sally is sharing all of the best blue Monday posts. Stop on by and visit her today.
This past weekend, several ladies and I went "cajun." We ventured to Natchitoches, LA for the fall tour of homes. We saw seven of the most beautiful houses in town. We ate Natchitoches' famous meat pies, we did the B&B, and we gobbled up some yummy bread pudding. Does it get any better than that???? Not!
I want to share some "blue" views from my tour of homes adventure with you all today. Enjoy!

Blue napkins, blue cups, and blue willow
Blue flow and a blue basket

Blue flowers...

Blue pitchers, a blue ribbon, and a blue horse

Blue skies, a blue lamp, and a pretty blue bedroom.
After seeing all of the gorgeous sites in Natchitoches, I was "blue" green with envy.... sigh...
Have a wonderful day.


  1. What beautiful blues you are showing. I love all those blue plates on the walls!
    Happy Blue Monday..

  2. Beautiful blues! I agree with Anne, I love the plates.

  3. What wonderful pictures...the display of the broken plate was great...and those hydrangas are gorgeous...sounds like a wonderful trip.

  4. You have posted wonderful picture of flower that is appreciated. keep it up the good work. cheers :)

  5. Laura, you are one creative lady! I'd never thing of placing broken plate pieces on display; your look lovely. Happy Blue Monday, Laura.

  6. Oh, Laura, I wish I was there. Your photos tell a story of a fabulous trip. Stunning!!! Lucky you.

    Hugs, Jeanne

  7. It sounds as though you had a marvelous day. I love the blues you photographed to share with us today. I hope you are having a wonderful Blue Monday.

  8. All the blues are very nice. You visited a great place to see many different and interesting things. I felt as though I had been along with you. Nice job.

  9. Laura, I loved seeing this! I have family in Louisiana, and I love it there.

    Love all the blues, but I'm just fascinated with that broken plate and how it's displayed. Very clever.

    I also love the flowers from the gardens used as arrangements. Those are the best kind.

    Happy Blue Monday...


    Sheila :-)

  10. Laura, what a beautiful tour.
    I also like the broken plate...they usually go in my garden, but now I have a better idea, thanks to you.
    Happy Blue Monday
    Love Claudie

  11. Wow that is a lot of blues on the wall and I love the horse figurine.


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