Sunday, July 31, 2011

Sunday at home...

Freshly picked passionfruits for breakfast...
Cappucino in my favourite Robert Gordon cup...
A lovely thought to ponder hidden in my Bible...
 Sophie asleep on our bed...
...and maybe a book to read later?
Another block remade for my Shabby Roses quilt...
Four done and eight to go. 
A third block finished in the 50's BOM I bought a long time ago...
Love those pretty little buttons...
Time now to play with some more pretty bits and pieces. 
I wonder where that will lead me?
 What did you do today?


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  2. Sounds like the perfect way to spend a Sunday Jenny.
    Yep love your BOM especially the cute buttons.
    DH and I are in Newman WA on our way home after a month of travelling. We did the touristy things, had lunch and a capiccino then went back to the van to rest.

  3. Wunderschön der Spruch, dazu passt dieser Film

    Liebe Grüße

  4. Sweet Sophie so peaceful. Darling clothesline stitchery. Polka dot love. The fabric will be flying in my studio today. It's a good thing, to quote Martha Stewart.

  5. Lovely post. I miss my furry babies. Sophie is so sweet looking. Is that only when she's asleep??....grin.

  6. I am totally in love with your laundry lady! I know I'm not supposed to covet but oh my goodness I do love that. And what a perfect verse today - God made each of us too and He loves us each and every one. blessings, marlene

  7. All yummy. Sophie is adorable.

  8. What a lovely Sunday you've had - the pic of Sophie cracked me up, looks like she's hugging an invisible teddy bear!

  9. Looks like you had a good day love your washing hanging on the line :) really like your book mark.


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