Monday, August 15, 2011

Last Weekend in the Sun






We had a wonderful weekend, enjoying the last summer spree:

* Playhouse in the garden finally up! It will be painted in a colour we all can agree on (but not pink, I have two votes).

* Blueberry picking. I love the forest, especially with a sea view. Now our blackcurrants are ready too.

* Waffles in the sun.

Still no name...but soon!

14 comments:

Tracey said...

All looks lovely, how evryone would lke summer to be!

His said...

Wow, that's a great playhouse! I've seen it before on another blog, I'll give you the link, maybe you can decide on the color when you've seen it?
http://dengodefeen.blogspot.com/2010/07/velkommen-inn-i-lekehuset-linda.html
Have fun decorating, if my garden was a bit bigger I would buy one too!

likeschocolate said...

How is that wee little one of your? Enjoy every last minute of sunshine!

Benta At SLIKstitches said...

Mmmm, waffles, I haven't made them for ages, what a good idea, and I have the cheese too, thanks to a recent visitor from Norway. I think that may be a good plan for tomorrow! Thank you

heather said...

glad that you're enjoying your last bits of summer! i can only imagine how the winter and no light is! i'm familiar with the cold... but no light? yikes! good to have lots of mood helping lamps

christinelaennec said...

That looks like the perfect summer weekend, and the waffles are inspiring!

ibb said...

Looks great...the light is getting more deep...blackberry picking, marmelade for the winter...
Enjoy outside moments!

Erica said...

What a great playhouse!

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Kaylovesvintage said...

cheese on a wafel, reallY???
parcel on the way,let me know when you got it

Stephanie said...

But most importantly, what *kind* of cheese? :)

Arctic Mum said...

Hei, hei - it's the Norwegian brown cheese - goat cheese. It's very sweet, caramell like: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brunost

We eat it all the time, very common in lunch boxes - and on waffles.

Stephanie said...

Fabulous, Mali! I shall procure some forthwith!

www.finelittleday.com said...

Looks all great :)!

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