Tuesday, November 11, 2008

I'm Always Chasing Rainbows..

Warm Welcome,
It is the most glorious day here. I have been doing a little gardening trying to get the garden, prettied up. Have bought some pansie seedlings, but not enough unfortunately, I'll be out again tomorrow for some more. The water restrictions have but the brakes on alot of my garden beds. I use to plant masses of pansies, marigolds, petunias etc... But have had to replace with standard roses, and my seedlings are now strickly for pots and some hanging baskets. Have busied my self craft wise, with making a bag. ( I will show in another post) I also am working on my scrap quilt, with the prarie point binding, I showed some posts ago. Well, off to make pasta for dinner with some homemade pesto and roasted pinenut bread.

Oh, yes... have a look at the rainbows in my kitchen, every afternoon for a couple of hours I have the pleasure of the company of these gorgeous colours. There must be about 15. Aren't I lucky!!!

Goodbye, God Bless

With Smiles

Kathryn x


Amy said...

Hi Kathryn...thank you for your kind offer of the cup bag. Email me the particulars...your meal in this post looks delicious...and so do the rainbows : )

Jo in Tas said...

Hi Kathyryn,
Thanks for your lovely comments on my blog. I've just read through your blog and I'm going to make myself some lemon cordial using your recipe this weekend. Shame we didn't email before you came to Tassie, would've loved a cuppa with you. Hope you enjoyed your visit!
P.S. Your westie is gorgeous!

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

Your pinenut bread sounds delicious! We are lucky here in WA as we can still use our reticulation twice a week.

MarmaladeRose said...

I can almost smell that lovely bread! Nice photos. Mmmm, I'm feeling hungry. Fi x

Amy said...

Thanks, Kathryn. I have searched your blog for your email and find none. If you send your email I will forward my address, along with my gratitude :)

Lace hearts said...

Hi, thanks for dropping by earlier. That prism is beautiful. And I love the sound of the pine nut bread. Yummy!

lesley said...

Hi Kathryn, Your pasta and pinenut bread looks delicious! What wonderful rainbow colours from your chrystal and I can't wait to see the bag you have made in a future posting. xx

Debbie said...

The bread sounds lovely Kathryn :) I am going to have to get one of those crystal prisms - the rainbows they cast are beautiful!

Take care