I love weekends, especially the ones where you have done everything during the week, all that is left to do is have a nice time for two days.
This weekend was one of those, we had my youngest son and his girlfriend visit, we saw nice things, ate nice things, enjoyed each others company, and we managed to fit in the all important relaxing doing nothing.
However I feel all that was lacking was three more days.
Who decided that we work five days and have two days off? Whoever it was got it the wrong way around.
Here are a few images from my weekend
Hillier’s Arboretum, Art in the garden.
Now you know what to do with all those plastic flower pots.
The wedding guest, so elegant.
I Phone’s take great pictures.
Editing your I Phone pictures is serious business!
The wedding guest belongs in my back garden!
Winchester City Mill
Yes, we have had snow in the U.K this May, however this is blossom.
The magnificent Winchester Cathedral, never fails to amaze me.
Enjoy you’re weekends whatever you do, they are very precious.
And before I get told of again, a few of the above photographs are my husbands!
We decided to go for another walk locally today, couldn’t be bothered with the car. The snow has melted slightly but is still stunning.
The conservatory roof picture was taken last night by Mr B, we have twinkly lights in the roof of the conservatory which gave this affect from one of the upstairs windows, I love the affect and the colours.
You may notice changes to my blog over the next few days, please be patient as I get used to it all.
I am one very happy person today.
It’s snowing, Mr B couldn’t get to work, I’ve had hot chocolate with cream and brandy all before 1pm, we’ve been for a walk and taken loads of pictures, everywhere looks beautiful, we are cooking some nice soup and a tasty chicken, plus cake, lots of cake.
My conservatory roof is laden with snow, every now and again it has its own small avalanche. Sitting inside the conservatory is like being in an igloo, its fantastic.
Make the most of the snow it probably wont last very long, keep warm, keep safe, and enjoy the beauty of it all.
Days like today don’t come around that often, they are very special, enjoy.
Terri found the jar with writing on it in TK Max, it is filled with ice tea, lemon and orange slices.
Looks amazing Terri well done, hope you enjoy them and find them just as useful as I do.
Tonight I had a blog comment from one of my oldest son’s friends called Ben.
Ben has very kindly recommended a blog called ‘What Katie ate’ take a look, it has amazing photography and even more amazing food.
Photograph from Katies blog.
Make yourself a mason jar, fill it with something wonderful to drink, cook yourself an amazing meal from Katie’s blog.
Take a walk in the snow with your camera in hand.