Sunday, 28 August 2011

This Weekend





I don't have many words tonight, I feel tired but haven't done anything to make me feel this way. It's been a weekend of doing things that should have been done already, cleaning up and clearing out. Sometimes I feel I have waaay too much stuff for one person. It can be overwhelming, don't think I actually need a third of it!

12 comments:

Elizabeth. said...

I am a big fan of clearing stuff out! Right now I am trying to get my boyfriend to get rid of stuff, but it's hard! And they say WOMEN are the hoarders..

WSAKE said...

ooooh yes, me too... just realised how much i actually own when i moved a few weeks ago.
love your dishcloth - so bright!

Sarah B said...

Whenever you think you have too much stuff, just watch an episode of Hoarders. It always makes me feel minimalist!
Have a lovely week x

Zara said...

Yum..asparagus and poached egg...looks beautiful.
I know the feeling with soo much 'stuff'. but what to get rid of..thats the difficult part. x

Amanda said...

Love the first photo. Cleaning and clearing ARE tiring. Hope you wake up feeling refreshed x

marjee said...

could it be that Spring is in the air in Hobart town? I know it is here - it's wonderful. Get ready for the rush of energy that the new season brings - I'm sure your tiredness is the last ditch efforts of winter... xo

Marieke Abels said...

That dish looks really delicious. Suitable for a cooking magazine :)

small catalogue said...

Your colours are simply stunning!

I so know what you mean about stuff... I am drowning in stuff.

Olivilla said...

how pretty!

SaRaH said...

I think i know how you feel and feel just the same right now. Want to empty the flat and in the same time i have to force myself not to get new stuff in...
The new season coming has maybe something to do with it. Changes needed.
(how is your new couch??)

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Edwina said...

Hey Stranger! Love your blog (both of them). I generally loathe cooking but Island Menu could potentially let me see the error of my ways... Keep up the good work, from Edwina (from school).