Sunday, 13 September 2009

Sun-day




Yay the sun came out!
I sat on my doorstep in the fresh air reading and listening to Empire of the Sun, made pasta and took a before shot of my old couch, (hopefully it will be white very soon!).

11 comments:

It followed me home said...

oh your home is devine! Pretty pics!
Sounds like a lovely way to spend the weekend!

Jac said...

Ah so lovely - sunshine for you! I love the pics of your house Catherine and I see you are reading the time travellers wife - I loved that book. Your fresh pasta looks delicious also. Do you use your pasta machine a lot? I've made pasta without one which was fairly sucessful but am tempted by a machine, only I'm not sure if it's the kind of thing that ends up living in a cupboard taking up space!

Casie said...

Your living room looks like a cosy place to be. I also loved the Time Traveller's wife, hope you're enjoying it!

Suitably Cool said...

Looks like a perfect Sunday. Sunny and happy. Thanks for sharing your lovely pics.

Rosie said...

Love, love, love the combo of cushions on your sofa...can't wait to see it white!

That is my favorite book, I hope you are enjoying it!

Martina said...

Living room looks lovely...the white sofa will look amazing with all your pretty cushions! I have the same Matte Stephens print - just haven't gotten around to framing it! Glad you had some sunshine! I also enjoyed the Time Traveller's Wife...I hear the movie is not so great tho! Have a good week Catherine!

Cheryl said...

good luck with your soon white couch! I love the one you currently have though with all these pretty pillows :) We desperately need a new couch it's so not even funny.

p.s. also love the (not sure of exact name) ledge you have your art work hung from!

littlebyrd said...

I know I've said this before but have to say it again: I just love your pictures :)

Dakoota said...

What an Awesome Interior!
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famapa said...

oooooh, that looks like such a cosy sunday!

Christina said...

sweetheart, i love it here. your blog is breathtaking.