16.5.11

weekend-ing

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It's been a bit quiet around these parts the last few days. Plenty of slow and steady pottering about. Lots of time spent on the couch with my feet up and my eyes closed. Relaxing evenings cooking this risotto and this delicious rhubarb recipe. I have this on the needles, destined for someone's little one, although if these websites are correct then it won't be mine as all signs are pointing to a wee little fella coming this July. What did you get up to this weekend, anything exciting?

17 comments:

Stella said...

haha, that website looks amazing/hilarious! I had a pendulum done with Eleanor, by someone who had 'never been wrong'. It was wrong. As a result I was VERY surprised (happily so) when a little girl popped out!

Kristina said...

My weekend was also mostly silent. I came back from a business trip Saturday afternoon and then enjoyed the rain on the sofa for almost the rest of the weekend :)
Happy Monday!

HRANDICA said...

This photo is great. Relaxing in silence. You should enjoy this a lot till july :)). Wish you all the best.♥

urban muser said...

i love that little knit dress. it's now in my rav queue...i have a problem :)

Krystal said...

sunday was a domestic bliss day, cleaning and enjoying order in and books. best day ever! i'm glad you were relaxing a lot :) did you try the pendulum over the belly thing? :)

amanda {the habit of being} said...

i love that photo! and i think pottering is a word that is under-used in the u.s. - i'm going to remedy that ;-)

Kelly said...

sounds like a great weekend to me! i love risotto...a nice mild one sounds wonderful as we are all on the mend here!

Li + Belle said...

My weekend was stressful, I was on work. :( Your weekend souns cozy. I love risotto. Mhm it is so delicious.

Dorian Susan said...

Don't give up on that sweet little dress yet....you never know, unless the DR does that ultra sound thingy and says for sure.
Your weekned sounds divine...I'm somewhat jealous. Potting around. I'll have to try that.

Anika said...

Sounds like a lovely weekend!

Eva @ Four Leaf Clover said...

I love your weekend photos and how relaxing your weekends always seem. My weekend was filled with half relaxing and half working. At least I got a good half in there! And July is the perfect time for a birthday.. I know from experience. ;)

SJ said...

i love this photo.

my weekend was nice and quiet too and the weather was perfect so there was lots of lazing around in the park. perfect really!

Brandi {not your average ordinary} said...

Risotto, rhubarb, and relaxation? Where do I sign up? This photo is gorgeous, Clare. I spent my weekend working a bit, at a birthday picnic for a few hours, and visiting a friend's pop up shop.

Indie.Tea said...

How lovely. Jamie Olivier's recipes always look interesting to me, but I haven't tried one yet. That risotto looks perfect for spring.

Monique said...

Wow your baby will be here so soon! How exciting! This weekend was spent running around doing wedding stuff. Returning shoes, getting fitted planning and more planning. Glad your weekend was relaxing. Rhubarb is in season here too. I'd love to try making a dessert with it this season.

justine said...

Sounds a very nice relaxing weekend

lisa said...

Sounds like a wonderful weekend Clare! Glad to hear you are relaxing. This past weekend was kind of a wash-out, as has been much of the week so far :-(
If this rain doesn't stop, I am going to have to consider camera rain gear!