Sunday, 18 July 2010

This weekend



It feels like a long time since I had a quiet weekend at home, so this weekend was perfect: lots of cooking, re-arranging little bits and pieces, some dvds and music and knitting in the sunshine. It feels as if spring is just around the corner and I can't wait. I hope you had a great weekend too.

10 comments:

Amanda said...

I always love your photos of your delicious breakfasts! Weekends spent pottering around home doing bits and pieces like cooking and rearranging things are my favourite weekends. Yours sounded perfect! Enjoy your week x

Jacqui said...

hi catherine
i have just unwrapped a fuji instax mini for my bday, wishlisted based on your recommendation and my missing my polaroid so very much. cant wait to get snapping! (just have to order film as my lovely sister didnt get that far on amazon :)
hope you had a lovely sunday.
jacqui x

Cassie said...

I am quite excited by the fact that it feels like Spring is just round the corner for you, as that means Autumn is not far off for us! I feel like I have had enough warm weather now and would love to have a weekend similar to yours tucked up in the house without all this dust and heat!
Totally gorgeous shots as always!
xx

nerines said...

Mmmm, is that homemade chutney? yummo:)

la casita said...

A nice weekend indeed.
I can't believe Summer will end soon, here we only had more or less 3 weeks of proper Summer.
Lovely photos!

Rosie said...

Sounds like a gorgeous weekend!
Gee, you take such lovely pics!

Amelia said...

Is that Nanna's chutney?? Mmm. I think I need to do more cooking....xxx

Sarah B said...

Wasn't Saturday lovely? Pity I had to work last weekend but this coming one is free to potter :)
Lovely pics as usual Catherine.

Rachel said...

So quiet and lovely. Those weekends are absolutely necessary.

Julia said...

Hey Catherine,

I love your blog. You have flawless taste and capture your quiet little moments at home perfectly. I thought you would be the perfect person to ask for some Hobart advice! I am planning a trip to Tasmania after Christmas and will be spending three days in Hobart. Do yo have any secret recommendations for the best places to eat, drink, shop, visit?