Monday, May 27, 2013

Stills: A Weekly Collection










1. Podding the last.
2. The nappy changers.
3. These two opening presents sent by Lisa of Oliver's Twisty Tales.
4. Dave making green tomato and chilli pickle. It's delicious, would you like the recipe?
5. Zeph's Scarecrow- i'd say this piece is one with Infinite Possibilities.
6. The greatest indulgence- fresh bread with lashings of butter. Dave has been loading our bread with seeds and grains, just to make it a little more, you know... healthy.
7. Lavender from my parents garden.
8. Start now, use what you have, do what you can.

25 comments:

  1. Hell ye we'd love the recipe! I'm loving your quote there at the end... Sums up everything I'm trying to do at the moment.

    Sophie xo

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  2. Fresh bread, lashings of butter, double lashings on the crusts - perfection!
    Start now, wise words. I'm using them! x

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  3. Em, your photos are as lovely as always. Can just imagine all the help your little people are giving you with baby Elke! Love that scarecrow, little kids' artworks are my faves. Hope all well xx

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  4. Do you guys back your own bread in the oven or do you use a bread maker? Rick and I have been wondering whether or not this is something we might need to do down the track... especially when all the boys are older and start eating ridiculous amounts of carbs every day. Gorgeous photos, Em! Hope you and the family are well.
    Ronnie xo

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  5. Love the light in the first photo, just beautiful. All these photos are so lovely.

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  6. Love the mantra....I am putting that on my blackboard tonight....glad to see you have so many willing helpers with home life. xx

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  7. Beautiful glimpses as always Em. And would love the recipe, of course.

    Sadly I've misplaced my camera, if it appears tomorrow, I shall join in, if not, I'll just spend time admiring everyone elses stills. x

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  8. i absolutely love the scarecrow. wishing you all a wonderful week

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  9. It's a great mantra
    I'd love the recipe..pretty please!
    Beautiful photos..I'm amazed you are finding the time

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  10. Now!! Love that quote. Love butter and bread too- with honey...xx

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  11. yes recipe please! looks delicious!

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  12. great quote to live by! lovely images Emily, love and hugs xxxx

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  13. Recipe? yes please. Your little one is an artist - I love her work x

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  14. the recipe... yes please! i love the quote! definitely how i need to live xx

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  15. You week looks beautiful, as usual. And, yes, recipe please!

    Sar xx

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  16. Yum....that bread, and chili pickle. Yes please for a recipe :)
    Love your little artist's latest piece :)
    Have a great week,
    xx

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  17. Yes please, would love the recipe.

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  18. I just pulled down the tomato vines, with a large handful of green toms needing a task. Looking forward to fancy dave's green tomato and chilli pickle recipe (I can see the product labels now!). Love your photos, such a gorgeous insight into a lovely life. Have a great day! Sarah

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  19. I would love the recipe of that pickle! your all photos look so divine as always :)

    lov, ritz xx

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  20. Yum, just Yum! Hooray for gorgeous nappy changers, bread and butter, beautiful quotes and delicious recipes! I'd love the recipe too.
    Sophie x

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  21. I would like the recipe please. I always feel right there in your pictures. beautiful :)

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  22. oh such gorgeousness - can't believe there's a new born in the mix...such calm and lovelyness! xx

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  23. Love these images. You take a really good photo. x

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  24. You take gorgeous photos! Rachel xx

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  25. I love your photo of your podded beans, it's really beautiful light Em. And I especially love that photo of your sweet little nappy changers:) Have a wonderful week. xx

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Thanks so much for your words of encouragement, advice and solidarity.

xo em