Things I love

A few of my favourite things

May 28, 2014

justafewDSC_0354These kids. Just love them to bits, even during those tough parenting times.  DSC_0402This guy. Especially when he raises his eyebrows as I come up with ANOTHER hair-brained idea. He’s passionate about every thing he does and is one of the hardest working people I have ever met. DSC_0856This fella. He’s just such a great addition to our family. Even though I complain about the hair…  DSC_1005Tea, tea, tea. And it has to be English Breakfast. Just with a spot of milk… just so you know. DSC_1063My Garden. Growing things and filthy soil laden hands.  DSC_0487Making things. Fabric. Cutting. Arranging. Chain piecing. Assembling. The finished product. DSC_0508Cook books. I have too many. I’m totally addicted. But there could be worse addictions.. right? DSC_0757Flowers. Any type. Any colour. Just hit me with them! DSC_0120Cooking with Thermie, and teaching my kids how to cook.  IMG_7608Blogging. Who knew I’d love it this much when I started? Joining up with Pip and the other Blog with Pip students over at Meet Me at Mikes for a linky party all about our favourite things!  

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  • Pips Splatt May 28, 2014 at 5:30 pm

    I’m with you on the making things! It’s sometimes what keeps me going, being able to create. And this blogging outlet is a bit spesh as well. So lovely to be able to share….

  • Michelle May 28, 2014 at 6:21 pm

    What beautiful things. The roses, oh! And I’ve said before how much I love your desk. And tea, is there anything better? I think not. There is no situation on earth that can’t be improved with the application of a cup of tea.

  • Bec R May 28, 2014 at 7:27 pm

    Lovely list – and guess what – I forgot blogging ;-) Maybe it should be a top 20 next time!
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  • Priscilla May 31, 2014 at 11:39 am

    Hi Tash – gorgeous post and beautiful images. I think I am developing a love of gardening as well and I am not sure quite what to do about it…

    • Tash June 4, 2014 at 6:26 pm

      Start small! Just buy a punnet of seedlings, or a pack of seeds and plant it into some nice compost! And you’ll never look back :)

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