09 April 2012

Scenes From The Weekend









I harbor the mindset that three-day weekends make everything most excellent. Friday, Saturday and Sunday all sort of blend together in my memory, and I don't mind one bit. We dined outdoors twice, took long winding walks while discussing business plans and travel daydreams, ate lots, read lots, played with flowers (me); watched basketball (him) and topped it all off with ice cream sandwiches and a dance party.

A whole new slew of blossoms have popped up to replace those already fading and I'm pretty sure their aroma is even lovelier than before. Imagine that!

For your enjoyment: Vowels; The Benefits of Bilingualism; & I've Got This Friend.

8 comments:

  1. Now I'm craving an ice cream sandwich, yum!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Blossoms & a new Kinfolk? Winning weekend!

    ReplyDelete
  3. Absolutely, positively beautiful!

    ReplyDelete
  4. I love long weekends like the one you just had. Is there anything better than talking with your best friend about the life plans that you have for each other -- and travel plans, nonetheless?!

    Oh, and I have been know to polish off a good ice cream sandwich when given the chance. :)

    The hairstyle you are sportin' in your profile picture is simply posh. Any chance there's a tutorial that goes with it?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks, my dear! I take no credit. It's all due to the sock bun. I would explain it to you but I fear I'd confuse you further. Go to youtube and search "sock bun" for a more comprehensive tutorial. My friend taught me in California: essentially, there's a rolled up sock up there.

      Delete
  5. Your life is always so full of beautiful colors and flowers! I've missed your photos!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Aw, I've missed you, too Eva. I'd been hoping you'd start blogging regularly again! Hope life is beautiful and full.

      Delete
    2. Thank you! Hopefully I'll be able to very soon : )

      Delete

Your thoughts always bring a smile to my face. Thank you so much for taking the time to leave them.