Monday, February 20, 2012

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Ours was a weekend full of baking and food. While it stormed outside I did a little knitting and reading. I tried to dry the washing.

The last picture was not retouched in any way. The end of a storm combined with the sun setting, cast a surreal glow over our valley. It was beautiful.

How was your weekend?

12 comments:

Zara said...

Julia's slice looks great, and those two missing teeth, the tooth fairy must be busy.
x

Lottie said...

What wonderful time together! I love the last picture after the storm!

Tammi said...

Gosh we were almost melting here with the heat.
Ours was a similar weekend spent at home...the kids were quite exhausted after their first week back at school so we pretty much just chilled out.
x

Tracey said...

sounds like a perfect weekend! I love seeing your beautiful country and that sky is amazing!

sarah said...

I used to have that cook book when I was a kid! Used it all the time :)

Vanessa said...

What a great picture!

Lea said...

Oh those teeth! Precious.

Jode said...

I do love that proud gappy smile with the finished product...what a gorgeous girl she is!!

Can't believe you are able to wear uggies although the weather is very odd with temps isn't it!!

Beautiful colours in your storm pic...we had a few too although got outside to paint the chook tractor and try out our new blackboard on the fence that Daddy made from pallet timber!

Sarah said...

Sounds like a lovely weekend. I love the happy, toothless, picture of Julia after her baking.
That green cut glass is stunning. I have a thing for cut glass, and the green is even more special. :)
PS Licking the bowl has to be the best bit.

purplepear said...

Love the toothless grin. We were sweltering over the weekend but I see you had your ugg boots on. The sky looks amazing.

one claire day said...

Loving the sky aglow sibbeac, Julia's gappy smile and that beautiful green depression glass! x

Kim H said...

The sky looks gorgeous and that green glass!! Love, love!

Oh and that gorgy grin from Julia;)