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Sunday, February 10

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1. One very muddy dog digging for her ball.
2. Lots of fresh basil made into this pesto.  A great one for those with nut allergies.
3. Baking weekly lunch box treats.  This week I made honey biscuits and oat, date and honey muffins.
4. Yummy yarn I bought here just waiting for me to make into this for a wedding we'll be going to later in the year. Better start soon so it will be ready in time.
5. There has finally been some vegetable planting.  The weather has been much kinder lately, although still a bit rainy, good for the new seedlings.
6&7. Growth in the garden after all the rain.
8. A cake baked and ready for a belated birthday morning tea with family for Miss 9.

I'm joining in with Em again this week. Have you had a good week?♥

37 comments:

  1. love the sweet innocent look on your pups face. Also the food, & flowers, all look Divine. You have made me hungry. I want belated birthday morning tea every morning now! And it is past my bedtime here. Thanks so for sharing these lovely, lovely stills. xxoo

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  2. Those muffins sound and look delicious!!! And that cake too. Yum! Can you tell I'm on a diet and haven't eaten cake since Christmas ;-)

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  3. Your baking looks scrumptious! I'd like a slice of that cake :) The shawl/wrap is so pretty! I look forward to seeing it after you've made it.

    Sophie xo

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  4. These are all great, but loving the look of that basil and the cake! :)

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  5. Beautiful photos. Hasn't the basil been amazing this year!? That cake looks delicious.

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  6. oh soggy UK, garden full of mud and rain....your pictures have me yearning for warmer days and vegetable planting! beautiful shots again this week xxxx

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  7. Your shawl is going to be AMAZING! Love your pooch too :-)

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  8. I love the wool and the pattern. And the cake: yummy!

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  9. that cake looks yummo x

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  10. beautiful pics, love the small details. i need to capture more of these for sure. that cake looks delicious!

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  11. So much deliciousness here!

    x Laura

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  12. Your macro photos are fantastic Catherine, especially the garden ones. mel x

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  13. Your photos are always so beautiful Catherine. I often find my little pup in the same state as yours. His favourite place to dig is the vegie garden on a rainy day! Your baking looks scrumptious and the photo of the little mushrooms is so delightful. Have a beautiful week. Melinda x

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  14. How lovely your basil look, I love basil. That cake has me though = YUM! I love your blog. xxx

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  15. I thought that was mud at your doggy's nose. So cute! Pesto. Yum! And that strawberry cake looks amazing! The shawl is going to be beautiful. Best wishes for a great week. Tammy

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  16. Loving the kitchen and food focus of your week. Yum! Hope you are very well indeed lovely. Xx

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  17. Your photography is amazing, as always. Are those mushrooms you were intending to grow?

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  18. You have been busy baking and planting...Happy week to you. ps I love your photgraphy the macro is gorgeous. x

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  19. You have been busy.
    The garden here has loved all the rain.
    Just look at that sweet little doggy face.
    x

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  20. I think I could break my sugar free diet for just a slice of that cake Catherine! I love the colour of that yarn and can't wait to see the progress with it. Of course the thought of Autumn makes me think about knitting up a few things for myself, as before now it's just been kids things. Must get my adult sized tea leaves finished first though!

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  21. Oh that wrap looks gorgeous..and in those colours it will be perfect! Yes please to a slice of that cake too. Hope your week is a beautiful one :) x

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  22. Your puppy looks like he owns the place hehe! Those muffins sound lovely Catherine...hope you have a lovely week ahead x

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  23. Your photographs are beautiful!
    xx

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  24. lovely photos as usual. that cake looks so delicious!!

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  25. That cake does look delicious!! Yum!!

    http://www.meredithsledgeblog.com

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  26. Beautiful photos. The shawl looks an ambitious pattern, I look forward to seeing yours, I'm sure it will be gorgeous! Wendy x

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  27. amazing photos. love the details
    xo,
    nancy

    http://adoretoadorn.blogspot.com

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  28. Beautiful, Catherine. Every single shot is perfect.
    Ronnie xo

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  29. Your oat date and honey muffins look so inviting as does the birthday cake - especially the strawberries! A lovely round up of recent happenings Catherine.

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  30. oh the yarn project looks amazing
    wish my basil looked this good - it all wilted and died while we were away!!

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  31. Catherine, your photos are gorgeous and I wouldn't have minded being in your home this week to try some of your delicious looking food. xxoo

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  32. You take gorgeous photos! The muffins and cake look delicious.

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  33. seriously, I had to slow right down to appreciate your beautiful photography. Such a calmness in these images, refreshing indeed :)

    xo em

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  34. Lovely photos Catherine. Look like your photography goals for this year are off to a great start. have a delicious weekend xx

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  35. Wow some charming pictures there. You have created such a warmth in all you do here, really love it. I have a giveaway on, please come along and be in it, it was a few posts ago but you must be in it...xxx happy day to you.

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  36. Hi Catherine......A busy start of the year for you....glad to hear your family was safe from the damaging floods. Amazing photos ! they seem to get better and better, what a talent you have. The girls are growing up fast and looking beautiful........
    Now their back at school some quiet time for yourself maybe? Good luck with your goals this year, I'm yet to make any as we have been so busy working over the holiday break. Hubby and I are heading off for 2 weeks........Barossa Valley and then a quiet shack on the beach where I'm sure our/his/mine plans for the year will develop. Take care. X

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  37. I'll have some of those lunch box treats please :) I wish my basil was as healthy as yours... our vegetables and herbs have been frizzled by our recent heat... no new seedlings here until things cool down slightly and have a chance of actually growing :)

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