The weekend marked the start of Luca's soccer season, as Julia continues her weekend sewing lessons. So we return to early and often chaotic mornings, despite my night before attempts to organize things. But once the rushing around is over we return home and usually won't go out again for the remainder of the weekend. Which tends to leave a nice chunk of time to start and sometimes finish those little projects. Brick borders for the Robinia's were completed, and I look forward to filling them with some flowers. Those old (free) barn bricks have come in so handy. A few magazines were culled over a coffee. The garden map with fruit tree varieties and dates has finally been completed.
Weekend food and weekend projects, things we often don't have time for during the week, and yet by slowing down on the weekend and pottering around, we often find the time to do these things we really want or need to do.
I'm loving your tablecloths, so pretty :)ReplyDelete
eggs+spinach+avocado and tomato chutney on the side = my current fave breakfast!ReplyDelete
Lots of gorgeous golden autumn colours in this post, the change of season has obviously imprinted. mel xReplyDelete
I totally agree with you about the weekend bacon and eggs...we love that around here as well and once we come home from footy I like staying at home too. Regards Kathy A, Brisbane, Australia www.oursimpleandmeaningfullife.blogspot.comReplyDelete
is that a mop-top you planted? we put those down our driveway and they've thickened up so nicely, i really love them.ReplyDelete
What a lovely productive weekend. Love your robinia. Is it a mop top? The bricks are gorgy! Happy week, Tania xReplyDelete
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Hi Dee and Kim - yes they are mop top Robinias. Hopefully they will grow fast and give us some shade soon :)ReplyDelete
Wow how lovely and captured with perfection!ReplyDelete
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Sounds lovely. xxooReplyDelete
Oh i love weekends that are slow and at home so lovely projects and yummy food can be enjoyed!! love the idea of mapping out your fruit orchard!! xxReplyDelete