|Trying to live by this; queuing at the Severn Bridge; celebratory prosecco; croissants for breakfast; dying for an excuse to buy this dress; Saturday afternoon naps; You've Got Mail; quilt making; Plymouth Hoe for E's graduation; more of Plymouth; lunch in the Gin Distillery; I was a classy girl; balanced lunch at work; pea and bacon soup; Saturdays are for teapots; my Emma Bridgewater mug arrived|
Life has been pretty busy recently. Filled with visits to friends, my brother's graduation, korfball sessions, my other brother's birthday, and crazy busy days at work. Time feels like it's whizzing by, and so I feel like this weekend is for recuperating, gathering my thoughts, and planning adventures. In the shower this morning I was strongly considering the wisdom of booking flights to Paris just because. And then I remembered that by the end of next week I'll have forked out over £500 for various car-related things (it needed new brake disks, brake pads, two new tyres, and of course diesel), so maybe it isn't the brightest idea right now. After payday, however, it could be a different story.
I have absolutely no plans for this weekend, other than finishing my current book (Sweet Tooth, by Ian McEwan) so I can get started on The President's Hat for the Blogger Book Club. Maybe baking some more technical challenges. But I'm quite pleased with the prospect of a quiet weekend.
I'll mostly be listening to Lorde- Royals, Bastille- Oblivion, and The Lumineers- Stubborn Love, and luxuriating in the drizzle. I pretend to hate it, but secretly, I actually quite like the low cloud that hangs above Dartmoor at this time of year.
What are your plans for the weekend?