Weekend reading

Spicy pickled cucumbers.

In two short weeks, Christmas will be over for another year. I hope you have some time this weekend to plan out your festivities menu. Mine's all done but I've done nothing about decorating. I don't go overboard but I do like to put up reminders of Christmas. It's done mainly for Jamie but I think all the adults like it too. It makes a delightful change to the usual look of our home, especially having the sparkle of fairy lights. 

When you've finished all your work this weekend, sit down and relax for a while. There is nothing that can't wait for 30 minutes while you catch your breath and collect your thoughts over a cup of tea.

See you next week!

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5 comments

  1. I have been so busy lately I haven't had time to come visit! But I always enjoy your weekend reading. It is so cold here it is nice to see your warm weather!

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  2. Good words. I love twinkly lights...but I think part of what makes them special is only bringing them out one month a year!

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  3. Yes...a cup of tea. I find myself drinking more tea than coffee recently, especially when I need to collect my thoughts. How right you are.

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  4. Lovely picture!! The pictures added to your posts make them so much more interesting! Your eye for detail and composition along with focus are enviable!! I find even the backgrounds not only interesting, but often inspiring me to rethink/reexamine some of the things I do in my life, as well.

    This picture has me considering using roselle in place of cranberry to make a roselle cranberry relish reminiscent of cranberry orange relish (of my childhood). Many thanks for the inspiration!!


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