Back in the years between the1940's and 1960's, I think every housewife must have had her own set of special glass luncheon plates. They are little rectangular glass plates with a little designated circle on them to hold a matching glass cup. Nowadays you see them practically lining the shelves in every thrift shop across the country. I have always been fascinated with them because my mom had a set, and they were only pulled out for special occasions, or when her ladies' card club took a turn meeting at our house. I can remember watching her unpack them and thinking they were about the prettiest thing around. So one time I found a small set, including most of the cups, for next to nothing. I brought them home, washed them up, and it truly made my heart happy to have my very own set. I pulled them out to use for a special breakfast recently. The breakfast was special just because I was with my daughters and it was Sunday. One of my daughters put together a lovely combination of fruit, and I made the Food Network's Maple Pecan Scones. The fruit was so sweet and delightful, and the scones are simply wonderful.