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September 16, 2014

mid-september weekending
posted by soe 12:55 am

Late-Summer Sky

This weekend was filled with:

  • The final Friday night concert at The Yards for the summer
  • Turning up for an early work shift at the garden to discover one of our fellow gardeners had gotten a jump start on filling the water barrels.
  • The latest Harry Potter re-listen coming available from the library.
  • An afternoon nap.
  • The members sale at my local bookshop.
  • Dinner at our favorite local pizzeria.
  • Out of bed and biking off to the playground to meet some friends to start the day.
  • A trip to the farmers market for a bunch of things including garden huckleberries, sorrel, and a foot-long Italian squash.
  • An almond croissant and a cuppa for brunch.
  • A s’more (made with a homemade marshmallow) and a cup of coconut juice (with coconut meat for later snacking) at a local street festival and meeting up with friends there.
  • Talking to my folks and knitting in the park.
  • Stopping for a cup of tea at a local bakery before biking home.
  • A few new-to-me episodes of a favorite tv show.
  • Chatting with Rudi as I ate my typical Sunday dinner of homegrown tomatoes and basil, mozzarella, olive oil, and baguette.
Category: life -- uncategorized. There is/are 3 Comments.

your weekend sounds so nice and refreshing and full of goodness! Homemade marshmallows??? do tell!

Comment by karen 09.16.14 @ 7:56 am

Harry Potter re-listens? awesome.
I am presently listening for the first time (but definitely not the first read) of the Anne books. Delightful! Doing the HPs might be my next big listen. (I’m up to when Anne and Gilbert are going to get together. Swoon.)
Also, your weekends sound so awesome.

Comment by raidergirl3 09.16.14 @ 8:43 pm

@raidergirl3: I think we made it through the first four Harry Potter audiobooks before we caught up with her when she was writing them, so the early ones are re-listens and the rest will be new.

Listening to Anne sounds like it would be divine.

@karen: It was! Sadly the marshmallow was not homemade by me, but it was delicious. Far more tasty than the ones you get in a bag.

Comment by soe 09.23.14 @ 2:48 am