Monday, 18 June 2007

Some weekend goodness

I blame my lack of posts lately on the weather. Our Autumn was like an Indian Summer but I knew it would bite us in the bum soon enough. And it certainly has. It's so freaking cold here...

some highlights from my weekend included:
  • Some book shopping. For someone who doesn't cook alot, I sure do buy a lot of cook books. I'm a sucker for the pretty pictures. And I am really looking forward to making some cocktails from Jane Rocca's book.

  • Catching up with my friend Jamie and talking about her impending European holiday (and giving her all of my shopping tips)
  • Takeaway Chinese (Moon Wah rocks!) & Singstar on Saturday night. Briar and Finn were so cute. Their Dad is a singer/songwriter/musician so we lucked out and got to use microphone stands. I'm not convinced that the mike stands improve your singing but they sure do make you feel like a rock star.

  • Reading. Finally my reading drought is over. I have so many good books to read (and I keep buying them too) but just haven't been able to stick to anything lately which is very unlike me. Lacey Jane wrote about this book which I thought sounded good. Ok, so it's in the young adult section but it's really really good! Thanks for the tip Lacey Jane!

I hope it is warm wherever you are. I'm off to read my book in a hot bed (Winter = electric blanket on high. Oh yeah.)

7 comments:

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Sarah said...

Oooo book shopping is the best! I too have far more cook books than I will ever eat hot dinners, but it's inspiration right! And glad you found a good novel or two to read, enjoy!

laceyJ. said...

Fun! I'd love to browse those cooking books.

Also, glad you're enjoying 'Twilight!' I really couldn't put it down, and it made me feel like a young teenager again... Let me know what you think of the ending!

Amy said...

oh my days! I can't believe i am so behind - just checked out your blog for first time in ages and saw your lovely message about my impending return! You really are such a doll....and those Air new Zealand ads - it soooo is the best feeling ever.

Cant wait to see you and don't forget to give me a shopping list well in advance...big kiss and love the blog....keep it up! (But where are the bags?)XX Amy J.

Jessicah said...

We've been enjoying oour 'leccy blankie too...It looks nice outside, but realy its freezing. Sigh.

MissK said...

I'm catching up on reading as well,must be the weather.
I bought The Cocktail at the start of the year with plans to start making different cocktails but haven't begun yet.

Jamie said...

Might I say Sarah the London street maps are going to be my savor thanks again!! : )