Weekends


This weekend was:

-so very relaxing, I deliberately planned big chunks of time sitting and either reading or knitting.
-all about being outside enjoying the beautiful sunny weather
-having a nice father's day with my husband and my kids
-grilled chicken with roasted vegetables, one of my favorite meals (lemon juice is the key ingredient)
-achieving the goal of slowing down time, just for a bit
-making progress on my composition shawl (pictures tomorrow, maybe!)
-daydreaming about other new knitting projects to start
-sliced strawberries with a tiny sprinkle of sugar
-a whole watermelon!!! (almost gone)

joining Amanda at Habit of Being

Comments

  1. Sounds like a great weekend. Having chunks of time to knit or read are key to a great day. I am loving the watermelons too and have one in the cooler as I type. Guess what I'm having for lunch!? Have a wonderful Monday.

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  2. Everything sounds perfect! It's obvious by the card that you husband has a sense of humor. Either that or he's not talking to one of you today... ;)

    Blessings, Debbie

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  3. As a beginning cook I am seeing lemon juice has it's place in many yummy things.
    Love the card (on left)!

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  4. A lovely Father's Day weekend! So glad you enjoyed it!

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  5. Sounds wonderful!!

    Here's what we were up to
    http://lifesbestdays.blogspot.com/2011/06/weekending-part-1-getting-into-groove.html

    Happy Monday!

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  6. That's a great weekend in my book! Thanks for sharing!

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  7. That sounds like a superb weekend! Planned time to do nothing rocks, and lemons and lemon juice do too!
    xo, Ang (Peach Coglo)

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  8. Sounds all lovely - my favourite part; sitting knitting and reading, and the lemon - my favourite food in the entire world. Take care, Katie x

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  9. Reading and knitting, love!!! Sliced strawberries and sugar, mmmm. And your shawl is looking wonderful!

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