It was a busy week, but there was a little time to look for beautiful gifts for moms for Mother’s Day on May 14.
It’s going too fast – that’s my feeling about this year! I can’t believe Easter is over; hope you all enjoyed a wonderful and blessed time with your family and friends. What’s next on the social calendar, you may ask? There are two more holidays around the corner, Freedom Day on April 27 and Workers’…
I’m not Catholic but funnily enough when I was growing up in England, we only ate fish on Good Friday. This year I’m having a family lunch and will be serving fish as a starter and roast lamb with all the trimmings for mains. This way there’s something delicious for everyone. Dessert? Still deciding!
This week I checked out some Easter spoils, not only chocolate either, and caught up with Cristofer Lanzetti, The Red Velvetier, who has branched out his business.
Checking out Easter treats, I was pleasantly surprised when I visited a local guesthouse.
Autumn is here and winter not far behind, shop now while you have a good selection to choose from.
Although this week I’ve touched on sad news, I know you’ll forgive me and maybe you too knew of Margaret Roberts and was an acquaintance or friend of Maud.Quite ironic how two such garden lovers died only days apart.
I found Hot Cross Buns with no fruit, yes, that’s right!
Networking at Woman@Work, browsing new lines in furniture, taking time out – all in a week!
When you enter the cinema foyer a “train conductor” welcomes patrons as each new movie begins, by shouting “all aboard”!
What’s The Bag Lady been up to this past week? Lunching, shopping and reading.