Monday, September 6, 2010

At My House - Spring & School Holidays

Well today marks the first day of school holidays here in Tassie. I don't mind school holidays as it means more sleep-ins and lazy days and not so many rushing out the door because "we're running late" days.

I haven't got anything specific planned, although I have had a request from Emma to visit Seaworld! - I told her we'll have to put that on the list for next year.

We might visit the museum, go to the park, go shopping, head to an indoor play centre if the weather is bad, visit friends and have some over to our place and I'm sure other things that I can't think of at the moment.

Oh yes and I'm keen to start making some skirts & dresses to add to my online store, so stay tuned!

Here are some lovely blooms that were given to me by a friend last Friday (before the rain). They have filled the kitchen/lounge room with a beautiful fragrance. Let's hope we get lots of sunny days these school holidays.

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  1. The fresh fragrance of Spring flowers is so lovely. It's wafting into my front door and filling the house with promise. Enjoy the holidays!! x

  2. I know what you mean about the school hols, its so nice not to have to rush out that door in the mornings! We've got a while to go till the next holidays. Sounds like you will be busy!

  3. Thanks girls, have a great week.

  4. I love my lazy slow starts so I can imagine it must be lovely to have a break from the usual rush in the mornings. Hope you find lots of lovely things to do over the holidays.

    Thanks for joining in again this week Sonia. Lou.

  5. james is a teacher so I love holidays too, even though the kids aren't at school yet, it's just fun having him home with us! Hope the weather is warm and sunny so you don't have to be indoors the whole time.
    Sounded like the Barn market was great and I bet you sold heaps of your beautifully made items... wish I could have been there.
    Enjoy your week!

  6. enjoy your school holidays, sleep ins and lazying about sound great.
    beautiful daffodils, touch of spring.

  7. Hi Aimee, yes my dad was a school teacher & was always around at holidays too! Yes the Barn Market was great I also chatted to your sister who popped into my stall. Take care. xo

  8. Day 1 of school holidays and I'm ready to take Emma back to school - hehe! They were fine all day until about 4pm - witching hour! Sophie is at care tomorrow so it will be a little quieter here - might even get to some sewing :)

  9. Your flowers look beautiful and happy.

    Have a wonderful time enjoying school holidays they can be so much fun. We've still got 2 weeks to and I can't wait.:)


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