Monday, 12 October 2015

Me on a Monday

Maybe I should change the titles of these posts, as I rarely post an actual photo of me taken on the Monday, normally its one from the weekend. Which this one is too.


So here I am Monday morning, joining in with the lovely Sian, on one of her many clever ideas, I've just got back from meeting my friend Emma for our usual Monday coffee, or R&D as we like to call it, and thought I'd write this post.

It's been a lovely weekend, and one that was actually quite lazy for us. We had planned on going to the little house, but a change of plans were called for, as Simon saw the consultant on Friday about his feet.  She wants to postpone surgery for as long as possible, as she is worried about his mobility after, as its all to do with fusing his bones together. In the mean time she wants to try the orthopedic route first. So it was shoe shopping for us;

We then came home and while out read that it was national curry week ... so of course had to make one.
The weather, although dry has certainly turned chilly, so we had the first fire alight of the winter ... bliss.
I also started the mamouth task of sorting out my wardrobe and putting away summer and bringing out winter.
And finally, my idea of bliss .... The bears slept, while I actually managed some patchwork. They were so tired from their park walk, my sewing box didn't actually interest them, and nothing was pulled out.
Hope you all have a good week. I've got a lovely one planned and its packed full of catching up with friends.

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  1. I think I need to dig out winter clothes as well.Sounds like a good weekend.

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  2. Is that a lovely old vanity case you have your patchwork stuff in? I was going to say that sounds like a lovely relaxing weekend; but I know it's not much fun having the thought of surgery or not surgery in the middle of it :( Nice fire, though, nice curry too. Yum.

    Have a good week Sandra

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    1. Yes, its actually my mum's old vanity case. I did think about recovering the inside, but part of me can't bring myself to actually change it xx

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  3. How lovely to have a cosy fire to snuggle in front of - the temps have certainly dropped and the heating has been on low of an evening for the last few days just to keep the chill off.
    The bears look so comfy.
    Toni xx

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  4. Your home looks so cozy xxx can't wait to see your patchwork xx

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  5. I love your "sewing box" and your colourful hexies. Are you joining the sections together as you go along? I'll be getting mine out again now that Autumn is upon us.

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    1. I've been joining them together when I have say 5 or 6 flower patches, its all random, but I'm loving it.

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  6. That fire looks so warm and cosy - hope you will share the patchwork as it gets bigger. Have a great week!!

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  7. That sounds like a lovely, chilled weekend xx

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