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A perfect sunny Sunday










Today was the most perfect day.  Warm and sunny and not at all windy.  Thank heavens because the recent weeks of constant wind was starting to drive us all bonkers.   

We had friends for lunch and feasted on mussels and crusty bread made by a local baker. Then the afternoon was spent in the garden, that has been rather neglected of late, but so many flowers managed to survive the gusty weather relatively unscathed.  

I think the warm weather is here to stay and I can almost plant my tomatoes. And today we were given some magic pumpkin seeds. I can't wait to plant them.  I will need to be a bit witchy to make them grow I think, but they really are magic.  Wait and see.

Hope you had a lovely weekend too xx

15 comments:

  1. beautiful, beautiful. wishing so we lived in the wilds of Tasmania.
    your blog is as perfect as it always is. xo

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    1. That is so lovely to hear Rebecca, thank you so much x

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  2. I think everything about where you live is magical! Days are getting cold here and gardens are long over....I'll have to enjoy the spring again through you.

    beautiful, beautiful photos as always. :)

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    1. It is very magical Sarah! But I am always a bit wistful watching fall happen on the other side of the world, my favourite season of all!

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  3. Beautiful Michelle...I especially like the look of those mussels. Good luck with the pumpkins! x

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    1. Thanks Jane, fingers crossed for some whoppers!

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  4. Love your photos, as always. The way you capture colour and texture is inspiring. xx

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    1. Thank you so much Deborah, that is very kind of you to say!

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  5. Magical. Your blog makes me wish I living back in Tasmania. And the mussels, yum!

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    1. Thanks! The mussels here are pretty wonderful!

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  6. These pictures make me wish to step into the day with light mind and curious heart. Just beautiful! xx

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    1. What a beautiful thing to say. I'm really very touched. xx

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  7. I know what you mean about the wind. Goulburn is known for its windy Spring days.
    Beautiful garden captures Michelle.

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