Sunday, 11 September 2016

Weekending





Loving // This fabulous pile of inspirational books from the library
Eating //Sour Cream and Chive potato chips.
Drinking //Water  - trying to up my intake again, though it is easier now it is a little warmer
Feeling // Inspired by the beautiful weather, but lacking the motivation to get out there and do something
Making // more 6.5" blocks for my City Sampler quilt - 25 done so far, only 75 to go.
Thinking //about making marmalade with these orange limes I have been gifted. They are sour!!
Dreaming //About renovating my living areas.


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11 comments:

  1. I've never heard of or seen orange limes. That's quite a pile you've got from the library, I love coming home with a big pile of books like that.

    Thank-you so much for joining in again Julie!
    Sarah x

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  2. I'd love to dive into that pile of books Julie! There are some great titles there! Your City Sampler blocks are looking good! After a long winter I'm enjoying some longer walks, as the days get longer too. Sometimes its just a case of getting started.....

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  3. Oh that pile of books.
    Marmalade, oh I love marmalade.
    xx oo
    Carla

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  4. Orange limes? Well you learn something new every day!
    I absolutely LOVE marmalade. Happy reading...
    Kate x

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  5. The photo of the oranges is gorgeous. Your City blocks are coming along so nicely. And that stack of books! Ahhh - wouldn't it be lovely to just spend the entire weekend reading??

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  6. Your 'city sampler' blocks are looking good, I do like the inclusion of solids in with them. Great stack of books, is the 'date night in' a patchwork one? - I recognise his name from somewhere.

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  7. I love all the colours in your patchwork blocks, Julie. Sp pretty! And marmalade...yum!

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  8. We have a mexican lime (still very young - no where near that bounty) that can be eaten green-yellow but ripens to orange. I used our first teeny weeny harvest for key lime pie at hubby's request (demand...) and it was delicious! Marmalade sounds yum. :)

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  9. Nice blocks! It would be nice to have an orange tree in our garden but I think it won't like snow :)

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  10. That looks like a lovely stack of books! I do love a good read :-) Your blocks are lovely too Julie! Megan x

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  11. Oh wow - I've never even heard of Orange Limes! They look amazing! I bet the marmalade is going to be delicious. :)

    Kate xx
    https://applesnblackberries.wordpress.com/

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