I Love Not Camping ~ Day Three

Friday, 17 August 2012





A little light ironing
A jigsaw finished
A delicious no-cook lunch of salami, olives, melon, roquefort and tomatoes
An afternoon with Nigella and Nigel
A fish supper and a lemon dessert
A glass or two of cold sauvignon blanc
Jane Eyre, the Toby Stephens and Ruth Wilson version
Fresh linen on my bed tonight and another few chapters of A Tree Grows in Brooklyn.

15 comments:

  1. Sounds like a perfect day!

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  2. Sounds good to me. I foolishly tried to take advantage of being stuck at home by doing some more in the garden and got soaked - should have stuck to the ironing!

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  3. You have this 'Not Camping' lark down to a 'T'! :)

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  4. I would come not camping with you anytime!

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  5. Sounds perfect! I can't imagine why anyone would want to go camping when they could be not-camping!

    K x

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  6. Timely, thank you - just yesterday I thought of making lemon possum, and would have had to find a recipe - now I have yours, with pictures! The Gardener - a lemon posset enthusiast - will be thrilled.

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  7. Anonymous8:08 am BST

    sounds like you are having a terrible time!! am v jealous! xx

    Catherine

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  8. No, it really shouldn't be allowed!

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  9. Camping....yeeeaas, the only tent I find appealing is the one in the Harry Potter film where the Weasleys and Harry are attending the Quidditch world cup; Now where did I put my magic wand?
    I bet you have the most amazing store cupboard.

    LvMrsGH

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  10. Yes - really - who needs camping? Sounds like the perfect day.

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  11. Oh, I love A Tree Grows in Brooklyn! Read it as a teenager, and was very impressed that she would get a cup of coffee every day as everybody else in the family - even if only to waste it! Should maybe read it again, not to much else I remember (it was a while ago...) :)

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  12. This week is getting more blissful by the minute.

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  13. I'm really enjoying sharing your 'me' time without the family.
    Well done.

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  14. This looks like such a nice time off...

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