We've been really busy here in and around The Humble Bungalow.
Cleaning silver, washing and ironing linens, sorting out clothes, weeding and planting in the garden.
Oh and lots of walking...which I like to think of as "training for Paris!"
I weighed in this week and was 1 measly ounce over my 2 pound window from my "goal weight" so I had to pay to weigh in...the upside was that WW has some new chocolate treats at 2 points each that I stocked up on...
no guess work when a chocolate craving comes along and if you are like me...it will strike at some point!
Jacket ~ Avia
Capri's ~ Tuff Athletics
Tee ~ Joe Fresh
Shoes ~ Lands' End Trail Shoes
The deer have been nibbling our tulips in the garden so we put some up on the porch in hopes that they will not climb the steps to munch their meal.
Loving the variegated leaves...
We harvested our first feed of asparagus this season and oh they were tasty.
The violets have taken over but they make a charming ground cover....
These are new to The Humble Bungalow garden.
a native plant...known commonly as a "shooting star."
So sweet and delicate.
I finished reading Elizabeth George's first in The Inspector Lynley series...
"The Great Deliverance"
I found it quite unsettling...
It was well written but a little TOO scary for my taste.
I am a wuss and prefer lighter books.
I popped into the used book shop in the Village and found this little gem...
while I was there I spied the bonniest blond little boy...and it was none other than our fair haired Henry!
He and his mom were perusing the books in the children's section.
Of course we stopped for a hug and a kiss and we had a "wander about" while his mom chose a book.
I read this many years ago and thought it a lovely read...
My friend Ruth gave me this book as I enjoyed Rachel's first novel "The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry."
I am on the look out for a used copy of The House of Mirth by Edith Wharton...
Our cat Pepper was back at the vets for a complete work up...
she has been having digestive upsets for the past few days and it has been a tense time.
I spent the better part of last evening at the Vet Hospital and we are trying to figure out just what is amiss...
they think she might have IBD.
She has come home with some medications and some special food.
Fingers crossed that she will rally.
On the upside I have a play date with my darling grandson Henry!
Hope that you have a fun weekend.