Sunday, July 17, 2011

Sunday Observations

Hope you've all had a nice weekend! It's been another wet weekend here in Vancouver. I think summer will start soon. Just around the corner. ;)

What did you get up to? Hope it was fun!

Back soon.


Karena said...

I adore your necklace it is so unique!!

Last night I had fresh peach slices with Greek Honey Yogurt from Trader Joe's.. so good!


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elisa rathje said...

what a sweet necklace. my sweetheart and i have spent far too much time writing across that latitude from canada to england.

you've just reminded me that as soon as the peaches appear i must make a liqueur with them! x!

Sarah Wilks said...

Beautiful necklace, and such a great idea!

gbf said...

hope you are wonderful. The necklace is gorgeous & very special. I love the very last image of sparkling with glass candle pretty! been a while to report lots happening...i am moving to melbourne! eeeks

silverpebble said...

We sheltered from the rain (it's here too), we built dens and paths in a wood and we made homemade burgers.

That dessert looks truly delicious.

Haute World said...

That necklace is such a wonderful idea (and gesture from your husband!). Hope you're having a lovely summer. It's been wet here too and I'm crossing my fingers it be get warmer and sunnier soon!

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kate / tinywarbler said...

you've been busy! what a lovely weekend (congrats. ;)
good job on the necklace rob! and oh that sparkling wine and peach desert look so pretty!

maggie said...

What a wonderful gift. If you don't mind where did your husband buy this - I've never seen a lat/long necklace done so well.

PinkPanthress said...

Aw, such a lovely present from your hubby, love it! :D

Pinecone Camp said...

Maggie, he bought the necklace at Walrus here in Vancouver.
Silverpebble, sounds like you had a great weekend. A den?
GBF, Melbourne is one of my fave cities! You'll love it, I'm sure.
Elisa, peach liqueur? Do explain and let me sample. ;)
Karena, I bet the greek yogurt was perfect with the peaches!

elisa rathje said...

i have some cherries and raspberries done this way, it is unbelievable. come over for a tipple! elaborated here:


Jan | Poppytalk said...

wow, was there any driftwood? last time i was there i was sad to see they moved alot of it for the tall ships - : (

cute necklace!