Wednesday, 13 October 2010

Stocking Up For The Months To Come

Sonata:
We've had fabulous sunny days this week , one after the other , and people .... and cats ....are snatching every chance to bask .


And those who could were making for the river




Even sewing the binding on this little quilt was a pleasure in the last of this afternoon's sun .



Meanwhile , we're overdosing on these







At this rate , I'll have as thick a layer of insulating fat as a bear . All I'll need is a cave , come the winter .

11 comments:

Tania said...

While spring has its distinct advantages, give me autumn any day of the year. BLISS!

Duyvken said...

What a beautiful place!
Those peppers look delicious.

Loz and Dinny said...

I love to eat capsicums like apples...YUM! God I miss those beautiful European Autumns ... beautiful!

Deborah said...

S&S, Just how miniature IS that lovely little quilt? And you're definitely invited, btw, to all my future barbeques if that's what you'll bring.

rachel said...

Autumn is definitely the loveliest season, I think.

What's the size of that beautiful little quilt?

SmitoniusAndSonata said...

A sunny Autumn day is gorgeous , isn't it !
The little quilt is 7 1/2" x 8 3/4" .

Liz said...

Yes, we're still eating ours too.

Marcheline said...

Wait, how are peppers and chicken and onions going to make you fat? I daresay that's as healthy a combination as ever came down the pike!

Friko said...

Only four kebabs? that's meant to get you through the winter? You better add a steak or two.

Kate on Clinton said...

Love the orange peppers in that classic yellow bowl!

mrs smith said...

Beautiful pics and that quilt is a heartbreaker, I love it. Speaking of heartbreakers I watched 'Les Choristes' last night after you recommended it a while ago, I just wanted to thank you for the recommendation. What a beautiful film! Not a dry eye I the house. Merci!