:: cooking tomatoes still......still being inundated with them
:: drinking water
:: reading "Little Women" a classic that's been sitting on my shelf for a bout 10 years & i've finally started reading it
:: wanting a new handbag
:: looking out my kitchen window at the last of our beautiful roses
:: playing over at Pinterest
:: wasting time on the pc still. I blame Pinterest
:: sewing working on a cross-stitch i started about 7 years ago
:: wishing we could of had a looong hot summer
:: enjoying the sunshine - for today at least
:: waiting for the long weekend
:: liking that Chas is finally 'getting' into lego
:: wondering about handmade stuff for markets
:: loving living in the country
:: hoping Scarlett will start walking soon - there's pretty dresses to be worn!
:: marvelling at how quickly she's started talking. Think we have another chatterbox on our hands
:: needing funds to get that new handbag & then the boots to match
:: smelling the paper mill.....ewwww
:: wearing black skirt & green floral top
:: following Scarlett everywhere she goes & putting things back after she's pulled them out
:: noticing the evenings are getting colder
:: knowing today is Monday & that means i need to do all my cleaning
:: thinking Australian music is awesome
:: bookmarking pirate party ideas for Chas
:: opening the letterbox.....nope still no happy mail!!
:: giggling at Amity thinking her friend lives in America, because she can't understand her properly when she speaks!
:: feeling forgotten
I've been slack with my posts lately, i know. But i've been busy chasing a little one year old around - boy i'd forgotten how much toddlers keep you on your toes! She's into everything at the moment. As i mentioned above, i've also been cross-stitching - i was sorting through some stuff the other day & came across this project i started almost seven years ago. I was nearly due to have Chas when i began it & then when he was born, well.........cross-stitch got shoved into a cupboard & forgotten about! Now, three kids later, i'm giving it another go - i don't care that cross-stitch may be 'dorky', i'm really enjoying it. I find sitting with a needle & thread very relaxing. What about you? What have you been up to?