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Tuesday, 27 November 2012

Oh so quiet…

I wish I had more exciting photos to share this morning but my weekends have been very much a home affair as my husband finishes up the last of his impossible degree. We spend our spare moments pondering what we will do with our spare evenings and weekends (ironic huh) once he finally has his freedom – and believe me when I tell you the list is very very long. But I am not despairing because the end is in sight (we hope) and in the meantime, I will continue to try and ignore my growing cabin fever by taking comfort in food and bad television! 

DSC00156DSC07625IMG_6089DSC08508DSC08640DSC08675DSC08558i give my NY snow globe a shake every day; you are never too old for birthday candles; decking the halls; rice pudding soufflé; delicious bread; my favourite throw



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17 comments:

  1. Good food and bad tv - doesn't sound too bad ;-) You're not alone though as I guess that a lot of people will be spending time at home at this time of the year. My blog posts aren't exactly exciting either, much for the same reasons... xo

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  2. great pics. and keeping in mind that it's winter and all, good food and bad tv doesn't sound too bad to me, either xo

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  3. such goooooogreous pictures! I LOVE bad TV hahaha

    -liv
    http://chocolivlovelaugh.blogspot.kr

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  4. pretty pretty photos, def a quiet theme :)

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  5. congrats on him being almost done - and i love your decked halls, they look lovely.

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  6. Yay, he's nearly there! As for these shots, they are interesting! I love the way you've captured the light from the festive bulbs - oh, and the bread looks sooo good! x

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  7. The photos make me think of laid back weekends. I really admire your eye for beauty. I miss watching TV series in bed with the hubs.

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  8. Meghan, these are great photos ... esp the snow globe! We are expecting snow around 9am in New York today (yiippeeeee!!). Maybe u had something to do with it? :) keep shaking that snow globe, I would love it to be a White Christmas this year :)

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  9. The bread looks amazing.. possibly bad for the diet as I might just sit there with a bowl of olive oil and dip my way through loads of bad TV!

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  10. I love this time of year for that precise reason, cuddling up and staying in. It's very comforting. Great shots to capture the season!

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  11. Talk about "setting the mood" with just a few photos! Now I want to cosy up under a comfy throw with some twinkle lights, soft music, and a giant slice of cake. You're definitely never too old for candles, and you don't need to wait for a birthday to break them out. Everyday can be a celebration! I want to beam myself to that bread display and eat my way through it. Good luck to your husband on finishing up his classes! There's light at the end of the tunnel!

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  12. i love bad television - it's my favorite. that rice pudding looks amazing!

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  13. Love. I am really striving to get things done in order to be where you are. Hmmm, it's the carrot at the end of hard work. Sitting there looking at all of the prettiness!

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  14. Rice pudding souffle? STOOOOPPPP. Do you have the recipe?
    Re Hubs' degree-it will all be so worth it :-)

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  15. We've been so busy, the sound of quiet weekends eating and watching tv sounds bliss :) x

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  16. It snowed yesterday here in NY, although it was mostly snow and rain mixed. A bath and television sounds like a perfect evening to me!

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