Sunday, April 20

relax




Julie says bad weather at holiday times is Natures way of
telling you to relax.

I spent the morning with the woodburner lit,
Easter eggs, choccy brownies, coffee and a good book.

I spent the afternoon pottering in the stables with dear Bruce.
He had a long groom, his hairy chin trimmed, 
de-tangler in his tail and a lovely scritch on his itchy spot.

G&T, cooking re-heated curry with noodles for supper.

Relax. . .indeedy. . .

Hope you're all having a lovely weekend
xx

10 comments:

Ivy Black said...

Sounds perfect. I have to agree. It's belted down with rain all day today so it's been a day beside the fire, some cake and feet up. xx

lettice leaf said...

Same here Elaine... Julie sounds a wise old bird.

LLX

Susan McShannon-Monteith said...

Sounds like a perfect way to spend the day...
I enjoyed your article in H&A's mag. I had to wait a bit till that issue arrived here from across the pond but it is always worth the wait.
Susan x

Susan McShannon-Monteith said...

Oh yes and I forgot to ask, what is the pattern of the huge china cup on the far left of your blog header? I think I have its mini match!
Susan x

Sylvia said...

Sounds like you had a nice relaxing day, Elaine !
I had too much cake and too many Easter eggs ... 'sigh'
Have a nice week,
Sylvia

nilly said...

If only!
Easter in Antiques World means getting up at 5 am for four mornings on the trot (to quote Bruce!)

Ethel Johnson said...

You can't beat a hairy chin trim on a wet afternoon... Happy Easter. xx

Andi's English Attic said...

That sounds like a good idea. My family are like baby birds - their mouths always seem to be open wanting to be fed. I'd tell them to get their own, but the mess...

WinnibriggsHouse said...

Sounds heavenly. Not the weather perhaps but all the rest! We had a pretty fair day if a bit chilly but we were too busy rooting for treasure at Doncaster racecourse Antique and Collectors fair to worry. A few more treasures fell into my bag, now how did that happen! Xx

the woolly dog said...

You're right, it was an enforced day of rest in a sense, if it had been hot and sunny we'd have felt obliged to go out somewhere, as it was it meant board games, tea and biscuits, doesn't get better than that! x

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