Lovely stills friend! Looking like cozy heaven by you! Nicole xoxo
Lovely stills, Deborah. It all looks so peaceful. That hunkering time of year is my favorite and I really love that, through blogs, I can watch it unfolding in other parts of the world when it's warming up around here.
Oh, that coffee and that soup! Feeling all warm and cozy looking at your photos.Ronnie xo
Yummy coffee and soup. Your table top brings a smile to my face every time I see it.x
I love cheesy toast. Am loving the look of the coffee cups, saucers and matching bowls. I have crockery envy xo
it's a NZ brand.. Kelston; which I think is made by the Crown Lynnn people
Hi Deb . - that bin looks as full as mine! We get fortnightly collections here so I plonk all my allotment weeds in my bin and my dads - bit of a 'Rambo' getting it out of the back of the car though!Coffee looks cool. Have you tried rhubarb crumble? Nice.
Love rhubarb crumble! I don't grow rhubarb, unfortunately, so I'm waiting to see it in my local produce store.
Can't you ask some keen gardener round your way , to chop off a root for you? It grows easily from a piece of root , just chuck a bucket of water over it and stand back - roots are deep yellow and gynormous.just planted my brassicas tonight - cauliflowers, sprouts, and , for the first time, cabbage. - all little plants, got them as plug plants off this specialist firm. Planted some lettuce, mizuna, and mustard in the greenhouse. Tomatoes to go in on Sunday. - really warm here today 20C - that's probably winter to you Deb. lol. - pics to follow on my northernbruce blog .
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