20 February 2007

HERE + NOW

so what's been happening?

well....

....blossom is beginning to peek out in cambridge

other than that i haven't a lot to report....

....just some things that i'm liking right now

clocks II
+ more gorgeous prints by angie lewin
i plan to look out her fabrics too
when i'm next in norfolk at st. jude's

the new toast collection
making me think of
shari's praire walk
+
early
beth orton

the sweetest pocket
+ all in the two trees shop

listening to
peter bjorn and john

this photography blog

ooo + because it's pancake day here
we ate these tonight with pretty rhubarb + vanilla ice cream

so cheerio for now
this week's a busy one
getting ready for
something at the weekend
(nest has a stand at a wedding fair)

so i'll be
back with news
next week

xxx

7 comments:

julie said...

oooohh love the angie lewin prints and toast...mm..
Oh wow, good luck with the fair and take pics of your stand..im sure it will be gorgeous!! xx

Orange Blossom Goddess (aka Heather) said...

crepes and rhubarb! yummy! Good luck at the show!!

cruststation said...

Ooh, you live in such a lovely part of the country. Love all your links especially the prints, two trees shop and the photography blog. Congrats on your stand at the fair, wishing you every success. (I should make some pancakes this weekend, yours look delicious!)

Nonnie said...

Those pancakes look delicious. Good luck at the Wedding Show. Hope it goes really well.

Janet said...

mmmmm pancakes.So much to say thanks so much for the bookmark, it arrived this morning and hs gone straight in The winter book by Tove Jansson. Even though I have listened to Trailer Park a thousand times I will never ever tire of it, in fact it is in the CD player of my car right now. She is my absolute fave ever. And wedding shows, whoopee, good for you. Hope it goes well. I have been to my fair share of those recently, as a customer though. Great links, Bye for now! x

jodie said...

I love your post today. Beth Orton is fab.

And I'm so glad you love all the musicals. Calamity Jane is a perennial favourite. "Make mine a sasparillie.." Classic.

cruststation said...

Thank you for telling me about 'Toast', I ordered the catalogue and it came today! It's very beautiful in hand, much nicer than on the website. X