1. Our new groovy doona cover - thanks to Sophie who alerted me to the fact it was back in stock - I missed out last year - I'm loving it
2. The pink peonies ready to burst into bloom - so close now.
3. We waited until show day to plant our tomatoes (a Tasmanian tradition) - the weather has not obliged by suddenly warming up - it's still stormy and freezing and we've had the fire going all week. Luckily the little seedlings are still ok.
4. Roses straight from the front garden - their scent is divine.
5. Lemon drizzle cake liberally decorated with violas as well - pretty and delish.
6. Ever since he was tiny he's loved lining up cars - it's still his go to activity. There's more evidence that kids live here here.
7. The first peony
8. Grace's class are hatching bantam chicks this term - this was one of the first out - a very well loved chick.
9. Leftovers from my garden mood board this week. The granny's bonnets are coming up like weeds. The rambly, chaotic English country style garden is so easy at this time of year - and so pretty.
The ballet concert is getting closer - apparently I have to paint the ballet shoes this week so they're pink again??
I'm also doing party invitations for both the girls birthdays and trying to learn my case for the med students exams this week.
How are things at your place?